Board Certified in Internal Medicine
There is a lot of wisdom in the saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”.
Diet is one of the cornerstones of preventive medicine. Are you eating a healthy diet? Check out the handouts below to verify that.
Click to download the handouts.
- Cardiac Diet: Heart-healthy diet 8 steps from the Mayo Clinic
- Diabetic Diet: Eating_Diabetes from the NIDDK
Download this detailed brochure on the diabetic diet by the NIH.
- Hypertension Diet: New_dash
- Acid Reflux: Anti-reflux diet
Patients often have questions about what kind of diet to follow when they have acid reflux, heartburn or stomach ulcers. Here is a simple handout to answer your basic questions.
Bottom line: Caffeinated drinks, carbonated drinks, greasy or fatty foods, spicy food, citrus fruits and juices, tomatoes or anything tomato-based, onions, peppermint, chocolate, alcohol, nicotine (cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco).