Fruits: bananas, apricots, blueberries, dates, melons, prunes, pears, raisins. Vegetables: avocados, asparagus, broccoli, beets, eggplant, peas, mushrooms, spinach. Grains: oats, rice. Proteins: beef, lamb, pork, poultry, fish, eggs.
Is cream cheese OK for IC?
Dairy: A welcome note for cheese lovers, Beyer says IC patients can tolerate most dairy products.
What salad dressing is OK for IC?
Make creamy dressings starting with a base of mild yogurt or blended cottage cheese and adding fresh or dried herbs, garlic, onion powder, chopped fresh mint, lemon zest, and/or salt to taste. Try herb-infused oils or nut oils (almond, walnut, and coconut are sweeter choices) to add flavor and variety to your salads.
Can you have eggs on IC diet?
When meal time rolls around, eggs are an IC patient’s best friend. Naturally alkaline (with a pH of about 8), egg whites can help neutralize the bladder-provoking acids in other foods you may be eating.