If you have ulcers, bowel problems, nausea, vomiting, or gas, your doctor may recommend a "bland diet" limited to foods that are soft, lightly spiced, and low in fiber. A bland diet may also be helpful if you have had stomach or intestinal surgery.
Causes of Bland Diet
The foods you should and should not eat are listed below. Stick to this plan until your doctor says you can add other foods to your diet. To maintain a balanced diet, try to eat the number of servings listed for each food group on a daily basis.
Signs and Symptoms of Bland Diet
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