Milk or whey containing liquid formula (weight reduction or nutritional supplements)
Ice cream, frozen yogurt, cottage cheese, soft cheeses
Chocolate, cocoa, cordial liqueurs
For patients with lactose problems:
Cabbage, coleslaw, baked beans. Some patients also note gassiness with broccoli and brussels sprouts.
Fruit sugar s in grapes, honey, dates, nuts, figs, raisins, fruity drinks (such as Fanta)
Those which contains sorbitol (such as CareFree, Extra or Velamints) may cause gassiness or diarrhea. Several patients on liquid weight reduction have begin to chew on gums and developed diarrhea.
Most high fiber bread (whole wheat bread) and fat-free pretzels may temporarily increase gassiness in some patients.
These juices contain fructose and sorbitol and can cause gas.
Diets including Vivonex, Vital, Ensure, Susacal, Ultra Slim, etc, may cause diarrhea in some individuals.
Soda, seltzer, beer, champagne
Two: There are some foods and medications which can cause your diarrhea to be watery. Their effect should stop when you stop taking the food or drug.
Coffee, tea, cola drinks, chocolate, cocoa and over the counter headache pills such as Excedrin and Vanquish
Greasy or fried foods, in some patients with malabsorption or with IBS, will increase diarrhea
Iced beverages can worsen diarrhea in about 10% of patients
Those antacids which contain milk of magnesia can act as a laxative. You should read the label and avoid those with milk magnesia.
2. Lactulose (in treatment of liver disease or as a laxative) and neomycin for liver disease
3. Any laxatives
4. Some elixir medications, such as aminophylline liquid (sometimes given via tube)
5. Some heart (cardiac) pills such as digitalis, quinidine, and ganglionic blockage drugs
6. Thyroid hormone
7. Promotility drugs (parasympathomimetic agents), bethanechol, cisapride
8. Gout medications, colchicine