Diet and Healthy Aging: A Nutrition GuideNovember 5, 2019
Yes, there are certain foods and drinks that cause you to go more often. Here is a list of foods to avoid:
- Caffeinated beverages and foods
- Spicy foods
- Citrus fruits and juices
- Carbonated beverages
- Milk and milk products
- Sugar or honey
- Artificial sweeteners
And here is a list of less irritating foods:
- Low-fat or whole milk
- Fruits such as honeydew melon, pears, raisins, watermelon, and cucumber
- Vegetables such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, mushrooms, peas, radishes, squash, and zucchini
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