Artichoke is one of the oldest plants known to have some therapeutic value through controlled studies. This has been a favorable helper to digestion.
The combination of cheese and gently spiced tomato sauce enhances the taste, while providing gentle stimulation to the large bowel function.
This recipe is helpful when you are having a hard time swallowing. Blimi literally dissolves in the mouth making it easy to taste and swallow.
Blue cheese is known for the beneficial use to replenish the microbial flora of the intestine. This is useful for the associated bowel problems during chemotherapy or antibiotic treatments.
As the roasted pepper is modified it has a sweeter taste, but it still has Capsaicin. Capsaicin is a chemical in pungent peppers that has therapeutic value.
Guava, a topical fruit, has a significant antidiarrheic effect. It will help during days when chemotherapy induced gastrointestinal problems.
This recipe emphasizes the gastrointestinal difficulties related to chemotherapy and use of antibiotics during infection. Loss of taste and some hypersensitivity makes eating difficult.
Dragon fruit is easily available in your local supermarket. The serves as a lubricant and adds needed fiber.
Fennel is the main plat of anise know for it's antispasmatic effect.
The fat and proteins in cheese are an excellent source of calories. These are the building blocks of the intestinal flora which is destroyed during chemotherapy.
This is very easy to prepare and multiple appealing features common to patients suffering of Mucositis. Colorful, presentation can be very attractive and inviting.