If you have a Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection, some foods should be avoided. Just as for bacterial infections in general, anything with sugar in it can help Pseudomonas aeruginosa colonize and thrive.
To counter a bacterial infection, pull all sugar out of your diet. That’s an essential intervention. It means getting rid of alcohol, soda, ice cream, candy, chocolate bars, and the like from your eating plan. Don’t do any baking that requires sugar and watch out for snack foods with “hidden” sugar.
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Avoid social events that leave you vulnerable to eating sugary foods. Same with take-out meals. When you have a bacterial problem, it’s best to stay at home and prepare your own dishes. By cooking your own food, you’re fully aware of what you’re eating and can minimize the sugar in your diet.
Remember to read labels. You might be surprised to discover that sugar is added to a lot of foods – not just snacks and sweets.
Do your best to “starve” the Pseudomonas by not providing it the sugar it loves.