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Stomach patients need to control the intake of chocolate

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Published by Admin May 21,2019

Most people can enjoy chocolate in moderation without any unpleasant health effects. However, at the same time, some people are allergic to one or more ingredients in chocolate. When you have gastrointestinal symptoms such as stomach pain, abdominal cramps, gas, bloating, nausea, diarrhea or vomiting after eating chocolate, you may have potential health problems and need to see a doctor.

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Lactose intolerance
If you have lactose intolerance, your body will not produce enough lactase to break down lactose. Instead, lactose enters the colon from the stomach and interacts with natural bacteria. Gas, stomach pain and bloating are the main symptoms and usually start within 30 minutes to 2 hours after eating food containing milk. You can enjoy dark chocolate without added milk solids. Depending on the severity of your condition, you can enjoy a small serving of chocolate, a small mouth of about 10g. Some people can take lactase tablets before meals to eliminate symptoms. This over-the-counter drug replaces the missing lactase to help your body digest milk.

For patients with ulcers and gastritis
Ulcers and gastritis, inflammation of the stomach wall, can cause stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, belching and loss of appetite. If your ulcer bleeds, you may also have black stools and vomit containing blood or black. If you have these symptoms, please contact your doctor as they help to treat these diseases. You need to maintain a dull diet. Chocolate can exacerbate your condition because of spicy foods, caffeine, soda and very acidic fruits and vegetables.

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allergy
Food allergies can have symptoms that affect the stomach and gastrointestinal system. In some people, food allergies can cause convulsions, stomach pain, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting. These symptoms can occur alone or in combination with skin effects such as rash or urticaria and respiratory symptoms. Allergies to milk proteins can cause stomach problems, and most chocolates contain milk solids. Your doctor can perform an allergy test to determine if you have a milk allergy. If so, you can enjoy a dairy-free chocolate.

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