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Recomendaciones Dietéticas

  1. Mantén una dieta baja en fibra por aproximadamente dos semanas después del cierre de la ileostomía temporera. Después de esto, aumenta gradualmente la fibra a tolerancia hasta tener una dieta regular.
  2. Se hace énfasis sobre lo buenos hábitos alimenticios, comer las comidas en intervalos regulares de tiempo, comer en n ambiente relajado, y masticar completamente. Saltarse comidas no detendrá el desecho de la bolsa. De hecho, esto puede resultar en mayor producción de gas y aumentar el riesgo de deshidratación.
  3. Come cantidades moderadas y mastica bien!
  4. Algunos individuos encuentran que el desecho de la bolsa es alto al mediodía y aumenta hacia la tarde. Puede ser que quieras experimentar con el horario de las comidas. Tal vez intenta tus comidas más grandes más temprano en el día o limitar la ingesta de alimentos y líquidos hacia el final del día.
  5. Si un alimento en particular no es tolerado reinténtalo en otra ocasíon.
  6. Bebe por lo menos seis a ocho vasos de líquido diarios (se recomienda ingerir líquidos entre comidas en vez de grandes volúmenes con las comidas).
  7. Puede haber un aumento en el requerimiento del sodio; utilize la sal con las comidas a menos que se te indique de otra forma.
  8. Se requerirán alimentos altos en potasio en la presencia de diarrea. Algunas buenas fuentes de potasio incluyen: carne, pescado, pollo, frutas secas, plátanos, naranjas, tomates, jubos de fruta, leche y papas.
  9. Limita la ingesta de alimentos ricos en azúcares simples ya que esto pueden agravar la diarrea: e.g., azúcar, miel, dulce, jalea, mermelada, postres y bebidas endulzadas (soda).

Las modificaciones dietéticas pueden ayudar a resolver problemas con mucho desecho de la bolsa, irritación anal y gas. Las siguientes listas de alimentos han sido recopiladas basadas en experiencias de otros con una bolsa ileoanal. La exclusíon temporera de ciertos alimentos puede o no ser efectiva en ayudar a controlar estos problemas. Experimenta y encuentra lo que sirve para ti!

Alimentos Que Aumentan el Desecho de la Bolsa

  • vegetales y frutas crudas (especialmente brócoli, frijoles y espinacas)
  • verduras con muchas hojas
  • alimentos condimentados
  • cerveza
  • chocolate
  • vino
  • bebidas con cafeína

Alimentos Que Disminuyen el Desecho de la Bolsa

  • plátanos
  • queso
  • arroz cocido y platillos con arroz
  • tapioca
  • mantequilla de maní cremosa
  • puré de manzana

Alimentos Que Pueden Contribuir a al Irritación Anal

  • ciertos vegetales y frutas crudos (e.g., naranjas, manzanas, col, apio y maíz)
  • palomitas
  • vegetales Chinos/orientales
  • nueces
  • coco
  • frutas secas (e.g., pasas, higos)
  • alimentos con semillas
  • alimentos condimentados

Alimentos Que Pueden Causar Gas

  • cebollas
  • vegetales de la familia del repollo
  • frijoles y guisantes secos
  • frijoles cocidos
  • pepinos y rábanos
  • cerveza
  • bebidas gaseosas
  • leche y productos lácteos