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Allergic reactions can occur during medication, on household and industrial chemicals, as well as on individual foods (food allergies). Under these conditions, nutrition should be physically complete, but not excessive. In the diet limit carbohydrates, especially rapidly absorbed (sugar, honey, jam, chocolate, sugary drinks). With a decrease in the amount of easily digestible carbohydrates, the ability of body tissues to retain fluid decreases and the inflammatory processes are weakened. Sugar can be replaced by xylitol. The content of protein and fat should not exceed the physiological norm. Significantly reduce the amount of salt in the diet and salty foods.
Limit or exclude spicy dishes, spices, spicy vegetables, seasonings, smoked products, meat, fish and mushroom broths and sauces. Dishes are given in boiled, baked, stewed, but not fried. Such chemical schazhenie can somewhat reduce the absorption of allergens. In the diet increase the content of vitamins, especially C and R. They contribute to the strengthening of the walls of blood vessels. Useful products enriched with calcium, which has anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory properties. If an allergic reaction occurs during medical nutrition of various diseases, then it is necessary to make appropriate changes in the basic diet.
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