For patients suffering from ulcers and gastritis, one must be very careful about what they eat. Some dishes result in the deterioration of the health situation of the patient. On the contrary, some dishes manage the situation and remedy it.
Both illnesses relate to intestinal issues, and they are therefore treated similarly. A patient suffering from Ulcer may eat similar foods to a gastritis patient. Both patients are also expected to stay away from the same types of food.
What Is Ulcer?
An ulcer is an intestinal injury, a sore on the lining of the stomach intestines. Ulcers are like bruises, like the type you see on your skin, except it’s now in the stomach. Ulcers are often located in the small intestine and can also be on the throat.
Ulcers located in the intestine are called duodenal ulcers, while ones situated in the stomach are called gastric ulcers. Ulcers located in the throat are called esophageal ulcers.
Indeed, ulcer issues are devastating. Helicobacter pylori, a bacterial infection, is responsible for the condition. This causes the acids from foods to cause discomfort and pains. 
Symptoms of Ulcer
The symptoms of an ulcer vary depending on how severe the Ulcer is. For less severe Ulcers, symptoms may include:
- Stomach pain, especially one that wakes the person at night
- Low appetite
- Discomfort during meals and drinking
- Burning pain in the stomach
- The following symptoms are seen when the Ulcer becomes severe
- Vomiting blood
- Weight loss
- Back pain
What Is Gastritis?
Gastritis refers to every form of a gastric case involving inflammation of the lining of the stomach. It is usually caused by similar bacteria that cause stomach ulcers. It is also caused by taking in the wrong food, alcohol, and excess pain relievers. 
Gastritis may advance suddenly or appear slowly. Gastritis that occurs unexpectedly is called acute gastritis. Gastritis that takes a much more gradual process is chronic.
Symptoms of Gastritis
Just like ulcers, gastritis displays severe signs or symptoms. Symptoms of gastritis include:
- Burning ache and pain in the abdomen
Foods for Ulcer and Gastritis
Pasta and chicken diets are actually healthy for an ulcer or gastritis patient. However, extra measures must be taken when the meal is being prepared. Pasta and chicken foods that are fried or heavily spiced might not be a good option. 
There are several choices for ulcers and gastritis. Among the many, these three prove most outstanding:
- Chicken broccoli with pasta
- Chicken picatta pasta
- Roasted garlic cream sauce
For this post, I shall elaborate more on my favorite, chicken broccoli with pasta.
How to Prepare Chicken Broccoli with Pasta?
Chicken Broccoli With Pasta
- 12 oz Fresh and organic chicken breasts
- 1/3 tsp dried oregano
- 2 tbsp Virgin olive oil
- 1 piece Garlic clove
- Sea salt and pepper
- 1 tbsp Green pesto
- 1 oz Chopped asparagus
- 1/2 cup Shitake mushroom
- 4 oz Gluten-free pasta
- 2 cups Broccoli florets
- 2 tbsp Parmesan
- Fresh basil
- Prepare the pasta as usual, following the familiar steps.
- Add a little amount of oil to the pan and allow it to heat for a while.
- Slice up the chicken, season them with spices and place them in the pan.
- Allow the chicken to stir fry for about 7 minutes or until it is cooked.
- Add the asparagus, garlic, broccoli, and the mushrooms and stir well.
- Add the pesto and mix everything thoroughly. Allow the mixture to now fry for a little more time.
- Pour in the pasta to the rest of the mix and stir well until it is all mixed.
- Serve with parmesan and basil leaves with pepper sprinkled on top.
To conclude, if you’re an Ulcer patient, you might be thinking that you can’t enjoy a good meal of pasta and chicken. However, Ulcer and gastritis are not stopping factors for you to enjoy a sumptuous meal, and this post has proven so. Aside from the dish I elaborated on, you can go further and try some more recipes scattered all over the net.
However, be sure that they contain the right ingredients that are not unhealthy for you.