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Table N 1. Indicated for gastric ulcer and 12 duodenal ulcer, for 6-12 months. after the exacerbation, as well as for gastritis with high acidity
Ingredients: grated dairy and vegetables (except cabbage), cereal pureed soups (but no meat and no fish); vegetables boiled chopped (purasawalkam) form or in the form of steam puddings; pureed porridge with butter, milk; boiled lean meat, boiled lean fish varieties such as cod, perch, pike), meat, steam fish cutlets, chicken boiled without peel;
butter, olive, sunflower oil; milk, yogurt sour cream, fresh non-greasy, better grated cottage cheese, sour cream; eggs soft-boiled or steam omelets; stale white bread, white lean dough crackers; sweet varieties of berries and fruits, vegetable, fruit, berry juice, infusion of rose hips, jelly, compote of sweet berries, fruits in a shabby, sugar, jam, tea, cocoa weak, with milk. With the improvement of the General condition of the food is given in boiled, but not shabby. Salt is restricted to 8 G. Add vitamins a, C, group b You eat often 5-6 times a day and chew them well, and avoid too hot or too cold foods.
N table 1A. Shown in exacerbations of peptic ulcer disease, exacerbations of chronic gastritis with high acidity.
Ingredients: milk (4-5 cups), mucous cereals such as semolina, dairy or wheat bran soups with butter; cereal liquid, pureed, dairy; soft-boiled egg (2-3 times a day) or in the form of steam omelets; steam souffle of lean fish, meat; unsalted butter (70-80 g / day) or olive oil (add to food), cream; jelly berries, fruit (non-acidic) and milk, carrot, fruit juices, broth hips, weak tea with milk (sugar to 50 grams per day). Salt limit to 5-8 g (remember that 3-5 g of salt contained in the products, 5-8 g in bread), free liquid 1.5 l Additionally vitamins a, C, b group (B1, B2, PP). Eating in bed every 2-3 hours in liquid and semi-liquid form, the form of heat. When poor tolerability of milk (cause swelling of the abdomen, diarrhea) it is recommended to give small quantities of diluting a weak tea.
N table 1B. Shown with remission exacerbation of peptic ulcer disease and chronic gastritis with high acidity
Composition: in addition to the dishes listed above, allowed steam meat and fish dishes in the form of a quenelle, steam cutlets, grated milk soups made with rice, ground barley, pearl barley with pureed vegetables; cereals in a shabby milk; wheat crackers and 100 g. limit Salt to 8 g, plus vitamins A, C, group b Power six-time semi-liquid and puree.
N Table 2. Shown in chronic gastritis with low acidity, or in its absence, chronic colitis (in remission).
Ingredients: soups made from cereals and vegetable, mashed, meat, mushroom, fish broths; lean meat (chopped, fried), chicken boiled, steam, stew, fried cutlets without rough crust, lean ham, lean fish boiled, well-soaked low-fat herring chopped, caviar; milk (if not causes diarrhea), butter, kefir, yogurt, cream, sour cream, fresh sour curd, cheese mild grated; soft-boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, fried; porridge, well boiled or pureed (buckwheat, semolina, rice); farinaceous dishes (except muffins), stale bread white, gray, lean dough crackers; vegetables, fruit, boiled, raw grated; fruit, vegetable juice (also acidic); tea, coffee, cocoa on the water with milk, marmalade, sugar. Salt to 12-15 g. Add vitamins C, B1, B2, PP. Meals five times, mostly in puree form.
N Table 3. Indicated for atonic constipation.
Ingredients: foods rich in plant fiber, such as raw or cooked vegetables and fruits in large quantities, compotes, Apple and others, prunes, figs (wine berries), vegetables, fruit juices, beet, carrot puree, mashed cooked dried fruit (prunes, apricots), black bread, yogurt, milk, cream, day yogurt, honey, cereal, buckwheat, barley crisp, meat, fried fish, butter, oil, sugar. Drink plenty of liquids, including carbonated mineral water. Excluded: strong tea, cocoa, mucous soups, jellies.
Spastic constipation associated with increased motor excitability of the intestine, severely limit the foods rich in vegetable fiber (T. some vegetables – cooked and raw pureed).
N Table 4. Shown in acute intestinal diseases and exacerbations during the period of continued diarrhea.
Ingredients: strong tea, cocoa, strong coffee on the water, stale white breadcrumbs, fresh grated cheese, one boiled egg per day, mucous soups on the water, pureed rice, semolina porridge with water, meat, fish boiled, steam in the chopped form with the addition of the minced meat rice instead of bread, low-fat three-day kefir, a decoction of dried black currant, blueberry, jelly, jelly made from blueberries. Limit table salt, added vitamins C, B1, B2, PP. Meals 5-6 times a day.
N table 4A. Shown colitis with a predominance of fermentation processes.
The composition is the same as that in the diet N4, but severely limit the foods that contain high amounts of carbohydrates (cereals; bread not more than 100 g per day; sugar is not more than 20 grams per day); increase the content of protein through meat, grated cheese, etc.
N table 4B. Indicated for chronic colitis in the stage of decaying exacerbation.
Ingredients: white bread, yesterday’s baking, lean dough biscuits, dry biscuits; cereal soups on weak fish or meat broth, broth with meatballs, pureed porridge, except millet, on water with 1/3 milk, boiled vegetables and steam grated, mild cheese, sour cream, kefir, yogurt, compote, jelly sweet berries and fruit in a shabby, tea, coffee with milk, butter (to add to the finished dish). Salt 8-10 g. Add vitamins C, group b Meals 4-6 times a day. Food is served in the form of heat.
N table 4B. Shown in acute diseases of the intestine in the recovery period as a transition to a balanced diet; chronic bowel disease during the period of attenuation of acute and non-acute condition with concomitant lesions of other organs of digestion.
Diet is appointed to ensure the full power of some deficiency of bowel function that will help restore the activity of other digestive organs. It is physiologically complete diet with a slight increase in protein content and moderate salt restriction, mechanical and chemical stimuli of the intestine, eliminating foods that increase intestinal fermentation and putrefaction, dramatically increase its secretory and motor function, secretion of the stomach, pancreas, bile secretion. Meals are prepared in the form of uncomminuted, steamed, boiled in water or baked. Power mode: 5 times a day.
Chemical composition and energy value:
protein – 100-120 g (60% of animals),
fat – 100 g (15-20 % vegetable),
carbohydrates – 400-420 g,
salt – 10 g,
free fluid is 1.5 L.
Calorie – 2900-3000 kcal.