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Special Diets

High Fiber Diet

Diverticulosis may develop from not eating enough fiber (a component of complex carbohydrates that the body cannot digest, is found in plant based foods such as beans, lentils, fruits, vegetables and whole grains).

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Low Fiber Diet

You may need to eat a low fiber diet if you have certain health conditions. Foods low in fiber can include white bread, peaches, and carrots.

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The low-FODMAP diet reduces certain kinds of carbohydrates that are hard for people to digest. It’s often prescribed as an elimination diet to identify food triggers in those who have functional gastrointestinal disorders, such as IBS.

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Lactose-intolerance Diet

If you are lactose intolerant, you may experience symptoms after eating dairy products and some prepared foods that contain dairy. Some dairy products have less lactose than others.

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Dysphagia Diet

People with dysphagia often need the texture of their foods, the thickness of their drinks, or both, modified to promote safe swallowing and good nutrition.

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