What Is Bed-Wetting/ Enuresis
Is there a connection between diet and bed wetting? Many myths surround bed wetting. bedwetting can be resolved with dietary changes.
BED- WETTING DIET RECOMMENDATIONS
DIET FOR BED- WETTING
Kids, especially older kids, feel embarrassed and inferior when they wet the bed. It is not just the physical aspect of bed wetting that affects the child, but also their confidence and psychology. It is therefore important that the dietary changes are not perceived as punishment by your child. You and your child need to identify any food triggers which seem to worsen your child’s Bed Wetting problem.
We provide the food recommendations necessary for Bed-Wetting.
- Cooked organic vegetables, whole grains, fresh fruits (such as apples, peaches, pears, and pomegranates), cow’s milk, and unprocessed/unrefined food.
- Nuts like almonds, walnuts, and sunflower seeds can be very healthy.
Foods to Moderately Consume
Gluten grains, such as rye, barley, and oats. Soybeans, corn, eggs, chocolate, peanuts, and cane sugar.
Foods You Should Avoid
Avoid foods containing wheat, such as pizza, bread, and burgers. These can cause bladder inflammation. Avoid watermelon, cantaloupes, strawberries, grapes, and other foods that increase urine production.