Endocrinologists have made a list of nutrients that help restore the intestinal mucosa.
Focus.de notes that Dr. Thomas Freling, Head of the Department of Internal Medicine and Neurology at the Helios Hospital in Krefeld, Germany, recommends a Mediterranean diet, which includes a lot of plant materials. In particular, you should eat foods rich in fiber and low in carbohydrates. And do not eat meat and sweets more than once - twice a week.
For his part, advises Professor Andreas Schwartz from the Laboratory of Micro and Molecular Biology at the Institute of Microbiology in Herborn, Germany, to eat bananas, because they are rich in inulin, which has a beneficial effect on anti-inflammatory processes.
Experts also advise that you should eat fish, because it is rich in unsaturated fats, which promote cell growth and defense function. You should also pay attention to the pulp of fruits and vegetables. For example, apples and carrots contain beneficial substances that nourish the mucous membrane.
Experts point out that "potatoes, with their skin, are an important source of buttery acid, which protects the intestines and provides energy for their cells. Fermented cabbage and black bread are also beneficial."