Foods prohibited with gastritis

As you surely know, the gastritis It consists of an irritation of the gastric mucosa mainly generated by bad eating habits, stress, anxiety, abuse of certain medications or more frequent by the appearance of Helicobacter pylori.

Depending on the period of time it lasts, we can find acute gastritis (when it occurs for a short period of time), or chronic gastritis (when it lasts for months or years).

Precisely in the case that we are facing a gastritis caused by nervousness, anxiety or stress tends to receive the already popular name of emotional gastritis.

Be that as it may, his symptoms are easy to identify: abdominal pain, flatulence (gas), upset stomach and stomach acidity. Sometimes it can also cause nausea and vomiting.

The treatment for gastritis it goes through the monitoring of the treatment indicated by our doctor, which usually includes following an adequate diet (especially a soft diet), and the consumption of certain medications (especially antacids, regulators of gastric acidity and those that decrease gastric secretion ).

This diet is based on the consumption of certain foods allowed (), and above all, eliminate those prohibited foods with gastritis:

Certain vegetables:

  • Vegetables considered flatulent: cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli or broccoli, peppers, onions, garlic, cucumbers and peppers.
  • Acid vegetables: tomato.

Certain fruits:

  • Unripe fruits.
  • Citrus (they are very acidic).

Dairy products:

  • Whole dairy products and derivatives rich in fat (aged cheeses and cream).


  • Fat meats and sausages.


  • Tea and coffee
  • Carbonated drinks.

You should also consider the following foods or food products:

  • Fat sauces.
  • Spicy condiments
  • Chocolate.
  • Bakery and sweets

Image | Ewan-M This article is published for informational purposes only. You can not and should not replace the consultation with a Nutritionist. We advise you to consult your trusted Nutritionist.

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