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Rice vs. Roti for chronic constipation
I've been diagnosed with chronic constipation and rectal ulcer. What should my main source of carbs be in my daily diet - white rice or chapati? Please note that I'm unable to eat brown rice as this causes severe digestion issues and bloating. Hence, kindly advise between white rice and chapati. Thanks.
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Hello dear You can have white rice It's good in carbs and as well it will digest easily And for chapati first I need to know your condition first. Contact me directly through practo consultant app Thankyou Dt. Bhumi Shah
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take direct consultation and provide full information like medical history, diet recall etc. then only will able guide you
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take white rice  and dont overeat take small freqent meals drink more water  water is very important in this case avoid spicy food
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Hello user Sure ,we will help you You can have white rice easily and  for chappati we need to check your condition. Secondly, We have a diet which help to cure ulcer and constipation. But before prescribing any thing we need some information like . Vitals . Purpose . Medical history . Family history . Occupation . Physical activity . Daily routine And many more So, if you want to contact us,you can contact us directly thru the link below.
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For more information or to contact me directly or via phone or for online counseling contact https://www.facebook.com/doctorplanmydiet/ Thanks with Regards Dt. Ankita
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Before prescribing diet plan I need to know proper information like urs medical history Family history etc. Contact me through practo direct consultation for further information surely help you.
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