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.
Green tea has been recognized as having quite a few medical values. This recipe, however, is used as a source of protein (egg), calories (sugar), and more importantly for the cathartic effect.
This recipe is rich on water and sugars. It assists in rehydration and calorie intake during dehydration.
Guava is a tropical tree. Over centuries the fruit bark and leaves have been used as home remedy for gastrointestinal ailments, in particular, diarrhea.
This very simple tasty recipe is meant for the stimulation of taste and the incorporation of protein to the diet.
Main complications of most chemotherapies is inflammation of the mouth. This recipe is cold and meaty, helping the chewing process and stimulating the gums.
Cold dish with the main function of to simulate a sense of taste.
Remember, olives are the source of the oil that provides a sour and bitter pungency. It has a significant effect on the gastrointestinal tract being cathartic
Olive oil is a culinary and cultural legacy used over centuries and it is not only used for cooking, but used for health benefits.
This is easy for anyone to prepare. Flavors reactivate the taste buds.
The current recipe adds large amounts of calories from carbohydrates without the overbearing sweetness.
Pineapple is a refreshing fruit which for centuries has aided the digestive systems.
Plantain is a relative to the banana and has a significant effect on intestinal function, providing the body with help on days of hyper or diminished bowel function.
Beets provide nutrition and high fiber that helps intestinal rehabilitation which is also aided by lactobacilli from the blue cheese.
A very ingenious and fascinating recipe. Garlic has a personal flavor and smell, well know. Bitterness and sweetness.
The reason for sautéing melon is to soften so the texture is easier to chew and swallow. The melon will provide fluid for hydration and fiber for better bowel function.
This recipe was sent in by Mrs. Geraldine Brothers, I thank her very much. She feels this is a very inexpensive, easy to prepare and appealing recipe.
This recipe is attractive because of easy preparation, cost effectiveness, appropriate texture, and the right temperature for the mouth.
This recipe helps to improve bowel movements. It also stimulates the taste receptors with pepper and the tangy zest of the tangerine skin.
The main complain from patients is in the immediate recovery phase of chemotherapy with the inability to taste.
This recipe is high in calorie intake and is a great taste stimulant with easy preparation.
Figs are rich in fiber and cathartic in nature as such have historically used to fight slow intestinal function
This is very tasty. It has a soft and crunchy texture that soothes the sore mouth after chemotherapy.
This preparation is more complicated, but still easy to prepare. The end product is cold and extremely easy to chew and swallow.