Piles or hemorrhoids is a vascular structure in the anal canal that works as cushions to control the stool in a normal state but becomes a painful disease when inflamed or swollen. But piles are completely curable with the proper medication and diet.
There are various treatment procedures for piles, like the Patanjali Ayurvedic medicines for piles, constipation and fissures, proper diet, yoga asana, and surgery (though it is rarely needed).
To maintain a proper diet chart is very much important to prevent or completely reduce your piles. According to doctors, it’s not healthy to take spicy or junk food while facing a pile in your body.
But regarding chicken, it’s not completely bad to take for piles.
How frequently can chicken be taken?
Following doctor’s instruction, taking spicy foods can worsen the condition of your piles. But it’s alright to have chicken once a week for piles.
Just make sure it was within the limit and cooked in a natural way that doesn’t include spices and also makes sure that your stomach can properly digest the chicken and you don’t have constipation problem with chicken as well.
Being a fleshy component, it can be hard for your stomach to digest.
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Thus it can produce larger hard stool, which can affect your piles and lead it to the worse condition. So, be sure, having chicken won’t make imbalance in your digestive system at all.
So it will be wiser to drink a cup of warm milk before going to bed or milk and lemon juice together in the morning water waking up to make the bowel softer and easy to pass.
Thus, it is highly recommended that you must consult with your doctor before consuming chicken.
Some Further Information
Make sure while having chicken you’ve lots of fruits and salads next to your plate.
Being a high protein compound, chicken can slow the digestive system; hence practice some yoga exercise in the early morning.
It can ease the internal process, make your body fit and bring certain relief to your piles as well.
Health Counselor and Primary Care Physician by profession, I have 12 years experience in primary health care services. Years of practical experience in women’s health care & ANC services and study have gained me a lot of knowledge on several health issues and I wish to share these medical advice and suggestion through this blog.