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Some options for clinical nutrition


The first power option.
It is prescribed to patients with a reduced reactive capacity of the body, general hypotension, low-grade fever, with a sluggish course of the disease.
The chemical composition of this diet: 140 g of proteins, 100 g of fat, 400 g of carbohydrates, limiting easily digestible.
Caloric content is 2700-3000 kcal. Ascorbic acid content up to 350 mg, vitamin B15 g.
Culinary processing ordinary.

Nutrition fractional - 5 times a day.


The second option.
It is prescribed to patients with increased nervous excitability, reduced body weight, elevated temperature - up to 30 degrees, with no signs of enhanced tissue breakdown, during the process of attenuation of the process in pulmonary, pulmonary, and tuberculosis tuberculosis.
The chemical composition of the diet: proteins 110-120 g, fats up to 120 g, carbohydrates 500-550 g. Ascorbic acid content up to 300 mg.
Caloric content of 3000-3500 kcal.
Calcium-rich foods such as milk and dairy products, eggs are recommended.
Culinary processing ordinary.
Nutrition fractional - 5 times a day.

The third option is nutrition.
This option is appointed in the period of exacerbation of the process with a pronounced breakdown of tissues, significant inflammatory events that occur with high temperature and exhaustion. In these cases, enhanced protein breakdown is usually observed.
The chemical composition of the diet: proteins 120-140 g, fat 100 g,
carbohydrates 400-500 g
Caloric content of 3000-3500 kcal.

It is necessary to introduce an excess amount of ascorbic acid. The remaining vitamins are recommended within the physiological norm. Calcium up to 2 mg per day. Salt 8 g. It is advisable to consume a large number of different drinks, raw juices, vegetables and fruits, rich in mineral salts and vitamins.
During an exacerbation of the disease, appetite is often reduced, and gastrointestinal disorders often occur, which must be taken into account when making up the diet.
Culinary processing: all food is cooked in shabby form.
Dietary fractional, every 2-3 hours.
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Some options for clinical nutrition

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