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Some options for therapeutic nutrition


The first option is food.
It is prescribed to patients with reduced reactive capacity of the body, general hypotension, subfebrile temperature, with a sluggish course of the disease.
The chemical composition of this diet: proteins 140 g, fats 100 grams, carbohydrates 400 g, limiting digestible.
Caloric content is 2700-3000 kcal. The content of ascorbic acid up to 350 mg, vitamin B15
Culinary processing is usual.

Nutrition fractional - 5 times a day.


The second option.
It is prescribed for patients with increased nervous excitability, reduced body weight, elevated temperature - up to 30 degrees, without signs of increased tissue decay, during the decay of the process with pulmonary tuberculosis, bones and joints.
The chemical composition of the diet: proteins 110-120 g, fats up to 120 grams, carbohydrates 500-550 g. The content of ascorbic acid to 300 mg.
Caloric content is 3000-3500 kcal.
Recommended foods rich in calcium - milk and dairy products, eggs.
Culinary processing is usual.
Nutrition fractional - 5 times a day.

The third variant of a food.
This option is appointed during the period of exacerbation of the process with a pronounced disintegration of tissues, significant inflammatory phenomena that occur with a high temperature and exhaustion. In these cases, there is usually increased protein breakdown.
The chemical composition of the diet: proteins 120-140 g, fats 100 g,
carbohydrates 400-500 g.
Caloric content is 3000-3500 kcal.

It is necessary to introduce an excessive amount of ascorbic acid. The remaining vitamins are recommended within the physiological norm. Calcium up to 2 mg per day. Table salt of 8 g. It is desirable to consume a large number of different beverages, raw juices, vegetables and fruits rich in mineral salts and vitamins.
During the exacerbation of the disease, appetite often decreases, often there are violations from the gastrointestinal tract, which must be taken into account when making up the food ration.
Cooking: all food is cooked in a grated kind.
The mode of food is fractional, every 2-3 hours.
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