Low Residue Diet

Low Residue Diet
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Foods to Avoid

LOW RESIDUE DIET
Foods Allowed




Beverages

Breads

Cereals

Desserts

Fats

Fruits

Milk products in excess,
any juices with pulp

Breads or crackers
containing whole wheat
flour or bran, cracked
wheat, caraway,
sesame, or poppy seeds

Whole grain cereals,
natural cereals, bran

Any other than listed to
the left; avoid large
servings of rich pastries
or other rich desserts

Any other than listed to
the left, including bacon
drippings, salt pork, spicy
salad dressings

Raw fruit, except those
listed to the left; all
berries (fresh, frozen or
canned), all melons,
dates, figs, pineapples,
prunes, raisins

Decaffeinated coffee, tea,
carbonated beverages;
juices without pulp; milk
(limit to 2 cups/day)
Enriched white or light
rye bread and rolls, soda
crackers, saltines,
pancakes, quick breads,
waffles, plain muffins, all
made from “foods
allowed”
Cooked, refined corn,
rice and wheat cereals,
oatmeal, commercially
prepared cereals from
corn or rice (free of outer
coating), puffed wheat,
puffed rice, shredded
wheat, infant cereals,
cornmeal, hominy grits
Plain cakes, plain
cookies, custards,
gelatin, ice cream,
tapioca, rice, cornstarch,
bread puddings, rennet,
sherbets (all without nuts
and fruits, except those
listed under “foods
allowed”)
Butter, cream, margarine,
plain salad dressing,
salad oil, shortening,
mayonnaise, smooth
peanut butter
Any juice except prune,
strained orange or
grapefruit juice; avocado,
ripe banana, peeled
apricots, cherries,
peaches, pears, pureed
cranberries, strained
plums; baked, cooked, or
canned apples (without
skin)
Crisp bacon, tender

Meat, egg or cheese

Clams, oysters, herring,

Potato or substitute

Wild grain rice, potato
skins

meat, fish or fowl, eggs
fixed any way; American,
cottage and cream
cheeses; well cooked
and drained mild
sausage, shrimp,
frankfurters
White potato, sweet
potato, macaroni,
noodles, refined rice,
spaghetti noodles,
hominy grits
Bouillon, broth, cream
soup and vegetable soup
made from “foods
allowed”
Hard candies, honey
jellies, syrup, sugar, jam
and marmalade made
from allowed fruits,
molasses, milk chocolate
without nuts (in
moderation)
Shredded lettuce, canned
or cooked asparagus,
beets, carrots, pumpkin,
seedless squash, string
beans, eggplant,
mushrooms, peas,
spinach, beets, greens,
turnip greens, pureed
corn, lima beans,
tomatoes, tomato juice,
V-8 juice
Gravy, herbs (except
garlic), salt, spices in
moderation, vinegar,
white sauce

hot sausage, lunch
meats, pizza

Any other not listed to
the left

Candy containing nuts or
fruits, except those listed
under “foods allowed”;
jam or marmalade,
except those made from
allowed fruits

Raw vegetables,
broccoli, brussel sprouts,
cauliflower, cabbage,
cucumber, onions,
turnips, dried beans,
peppers, radishes,
rutabagas, and any other
not listed

Nuts, pickles, popcorn,
relish, condiments,
pepper, coconut, olives

Soups

Sweets

Vegetables

Miscellaneous




 

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