Category Archives: Dysentery

What foods to avoid for dysentery?

Q: Dear Dr. Mao, I have dysentery. Is there anything that I should avoid in my diet? A: You should avoid dairy products, eggs, high-fiber foods, hard to digest foods, fried foods, meats, fish, raw foods, and cold foods. You may find these specially formulated Traditions of Tao products helpful for dysentery: “Abundant Energy and…

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Dietary recommendations for dysentery?

Q: Dear Dr. Mao, Are there specific dietary recommendations for foods if afflicted with dysentery? A: If you have dysentery, it is very important that you prevent dehydration with plenty of fluids. Dietary recommendations for dysentery include buckwheat, sweet potatoes, peas, celery, scallions, taro root, ginger, garlic, carrots, daikon radish, green pepper, Winter melon, cantaloupe,…

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Remedies for dysentery?

Q: Dear Dr. Mao, What are some remedies for dysentery? A: If you have dysentery, it is very important that you prevent dehydration with plenty of fluids. Here are some natural remedies: 1. Drink one-cup daily of carrot juice mixed with a little ginger juice, honey, and green tea. 2. Make mung bean soup and…

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Causes and symptoms of dysentery?

Q: Dear Dr. Mao What are the causes and symptoms of dysentery? A: Dysentery is a condition of intestinal inflammation characterized by abdominal pain, intense, urgent, watery diarrhea with foul smelling, bloody or mucous feces, dry mouth, thirst, and decreased urination. To prevent dehydration, plenty of fluids should be consumed. The person will sometimes defecate…

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