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People with digestive ulcers tend to take large amounts of calcium carbonate to neutralize gastric acidity. This can result in too much calcium circulating in your system.

Phytic acid, found in the husks of grains and the peel of vegetables and nuts, combines with calcium in the intestines to form non-absorbable calcium phytate, which in turn can inhibit overall calcium absorption, resulting in a deficiency.

Persons who ingest less than 400 milligrams of calcium per day run the risk of developing a deficiency.

– Almonds help prevent ulcers – eat a few almonds every day.

– Avocados also provide relief from ulcer pain.

– Avoid acidifying foods:

– peanuts

– asparagus, artichokes, Brussel sprouts

– egg whites

– fat broth

– processed foods (salami, sausage, etc.)

– liver, kidneys and other organs

– white flour and derivative products (cakes, biscuits, etc.)

– strong fermented cheese

– lard

– refined oils

– dried legumes (lentils, peas, beans, etc.)

– semolina

– white sugar and derivative products (chocolate, candy, etc.)

– tea, coffee, alcohol

– meat, fish, poultry

– pasta

Recommended foods

– almonds

– avocados

– wheat

– carrots, cabbage

– potatoes

– apples

Foods to avoid

– citrus fruit (oranges, lemons, grapefruit, mandarins, etc.)

– pineapple

– peanuts

– coffee

– cucumbers

– white sugar

– Coca Cola

– jam

– white flour

– ketchup

– sparkling wine

– onions

– bread

– white sugar

– bran

– wine

– vinegar

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