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The basic principles of therapeutic nutrition for peptic ulcer
1. Providing a complete balanced diet;
2. Compliance with diet;
3. Provide mechanical, chemical and thermal sparing of the stomach and duodenum.
One of the most important aspects of medical nutrition is the observance of a meal regimen, which is even more significant than the composition of the diet itself.
As soon as the food comes in contact with the gastric mucosa, the release of a very active substance, gastrin, into the bloodstream, which causes the production of gastric juice. When the activity of the gastric juice becomes high, the stomach, duodenum, and small intestine secrete other factors that try to slow down and interrupt secretion. This is the main point in protecting the mucous membrane of the stomach and duodenum from self-digestion. In it, the main meaning of the regularity of food intake is a regime in the treatment and prevention of peptic ulcer.
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