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Nutrition Advice Following a Colon Resection

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source: SF Gate

authors: Jessica Jones


Are you worried about your diet post colon removal surgery? Are you having trouble with the foods you eat post-surgery? These are some questions this article can answer. If you underwent a colon resection recently or if a surgery is planned soon, this article provides advice on nutrition, with recommended eating and drinking habits that are both healthy and interesting, to help you minimize problems associated with a shortened bowel. The article provides guidelines about what and how to eat after the surgery. – FAPvoice


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A colon resection is a surgery that involves removal of part — or all — of the colon. This procedure can be performed for various reasons, including a block in the intestine due to scar tissue, colon cancer, diverticular disease, familial polyposis or ulcerative colitis. The colon helps your body in the absorption of minerals and water. People recovering from a colon resection require specific diets, including small, frequent meals and temporary low-fiber intake.

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