You should definitely avoid foods with a high glycemic index, such as fruits, sweets, fermented milk, and dairy products.
Nutritionist and nutritionist Anna Gogoleva in her blog about healthy eating named the foods that should not be eaten for dinner.
You should definitely give up foods with a high glycemic index, such as fruits, sweets, dairy, and dairy products. And frankly harmful foods for the body: pastries, sweets, and other “fast” carbohydrates.
They load the pancreas and trigger glycation mechanisms in the body, inflammation, insulin resistance, diabetes, osteoarthritis, skin problems, and reducing the absorption of nutrients and vitamins.
Meat, especially heavy fibrous types (beef, veal). These foods cause the longest fermentation in the intestines and can lead to irritation and kidney and liver problems.
Fast carbohydrates and cereals. Remember, even the lightest, at first glance, cereals form a large amount of sugar when broken down. Therefore, if you want to include carbohydrates in your diet, choose gluten-free cereals: buckwheat, millet, quinoa, amaranth, etc.
Dairy and fermented dairy products (even with good lactose tolerance), dairy products (fruit with yogurt, milk porridge, cottage cheese with berries, dried fruit). These foods cause fermentation and bloating, which is not good for a person before bed.
Vegetable products that cause fermentation (sweet red pepper, apple). This rule applies to people with dyskinesia.
Sweet root vegetables (carrots, peas, beets) cause a response from the pancreas, creating an additional burden.