Mouth ulcers are a common disease and such patients can eat a moderate amount of vitamin-rich foods such as apples, spinach, carrots, bitter melon, strawberries, oranges and grapefruit, as well as foods containing elements such as zinc and iron in their daily lives. During the onset of the disease, you should choose a diet that is less irritating, thin and soft, and easy to chew. Patients with severe illness and pain can choose a semi-liquid or liquid diet.
It is important to note that diet is only one part of the treatment and the severity of the disease varies from patient to patient, so it is advisable to consult a medical professional if you are unwell. Your doctor will be able to advise you on the appropriate treatment plan for your particular case and give you sound dietary advice.
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