You Don't Have to Live with a Pain in the Derrière!
Avoiding certain foods in your hemorrhoid diet, will definitely help in the process of hemorrhoids treating.
The foods I found to be very detrimental and to watch out for are all the hot spices. By this I mean all your different curry powders, all the different chilies, and any other similar hot spices.
Pepper is also a very big no no.
The reason for this is that these spices heat up the anus area and therefore irritate the hemorrhoids further.
One of the main effects from spice eating is that you will really burn down there(anus) and I mean BURN and PAIN.
Even when are without hemorrhoids and you eat spicy food, you usually feel the anus burning when you go in your next stool.
Can you imagine if you are with hemorrhoids how it must be like!
TIP: When you have cured from your hemorrhoids, then you may eat spices. But try always to moderate the strength, and the frequency.
SIDEBAR: If you eat spices as your stable diet. I mean every day, every meal.(example Indians eat curry powder every meal and every day) Then just turn down the quantity. Make sure your spices are less hot than usual. That should be suffice. There is no need for these people to stop eating spices altogether.
Another food to avoid in your diet, believe it or not is seeds. I caused my fissure hemorrhoids on two different occasions. Both times it was caused because of eating the seeds they put on top of the bread loaves.
I must admit that there was also a combination that my stools were dry, due to lack of water intake.
However it was that tiny seed that actually ripped my anus wall and caused the hemorrhoid fissure.
Most definitely a situation you would want to avoid in your entire lifetime, as the pain associated with fissure hemorrhoids is at an entirely different level of excruciating pain.
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