When planning your diet, it’s important to know what your body can handle. Check out these diet tips from Diane Bustamante, a dietitian and nutritionist who frequently consults with people living with an ostomy.
Eating: Slow and Steady Wins the Race
Meals: More is More
Liquids: Don’t Wait to Hydrate
Go Easy on the Gas
Certain foods are notorious for causing gas and odor for people living with an ostomy. Broccoli, for example. Here are a few more that may surprise you.
Unpleasant Odors? Try These:
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The me+™ program offers you the right support so you feel stronger, more confident and ready for what’s ahead. The ostomy products and support you need, tips and advice for stoma care, and a community you can grow with. Have questions about living with an ostomy? Our me+ product specialist and ostomy nurses are waiting to help you.