A diet of fruits and vegetables is important for everyone, but in the treatment of Whipple’s disease, it is particularly important. Vegetables contain high levels of essential minerals, such as iron, calcium and magnesium, which Whipple’s disease may partially block from being absorbed. Boosting your intake will ensure that you are still getting a healthy level of these important nutrients. Also, the high fiber content in vegetables can help improve your digestive efficiency, neutralizing the negative effects of the disease. Some great vegetables for Whipple’s disease include kale, spinach, carrots, onions, beans and mushrooms.
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