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Nutrition for patients with diabetes mellitus in mild form with normal weight, receiving hypoglycemic agents - 2500 calories


PRODUCT SET FOR DAY
Bread white 300 g.
Vegetables (except potatoes) 150 g.
Potatoes 500 g.
Groats manna 50 g.
Groats are rice or buckwheat.
Meat or fish 120 g.
Egg 3 pieces.
Milk 500 g.
Kefir or curdled milk 200 g.
Butter 20 g
Apples 400 g.
Xylitol 30 g.
EXAMPLE MENU FOR A WEEK
MONDAY
First breakfast: omelette, xylitol tea.
Second breakfast: rice porridge.
Lunch: vegetable dairy soup, meatballs meat steaks, compote of fresh fruits.

Snack: apples.


Supper: porridge manna.
At night: yogurt or yogurt.
TUESDAY
First breakfast: soft-boiled egg 2 pieces, tea with honey.
The second breakfast: porridge manna.
Lunch: Vermicelli dairy soup, meat steak cutlets, compote of fresh apples.
Afternoon snack: apples baked.
Supper: porridge buckwheat dairy wipe, milk.
At night: kefir.
WEDNESDAY
First breakfast: cottage cheese rubbed with sour cream, tea with xylitol. The second breakfast: porridge buckwheat milky rubbed, milk.
Lunch: oatmeal soup, mashed carrot, broth of wild rose. Afternoon snack: apples baked.
Dinner: 1 soft-boiled egg, xylitol tea.

At night: kefir.

THURSDAY
First breakfast: cottage cheese rubbed with sour cream, tea with xylitol.

The second breakfast: porridge buckwheat milky rubbed, apples.
Lunch: Vermicelli dairy soup, soufflé from boiled meat, fresh fruit compote.
Afternoon snack: apples baked.
Dinner: buckwheat porridge or rice wiped, tea with xylitol.
At night: kefir.
FRIDAY
First breakfast: scrambled eggs, pate of meat steamed, tea with xylitol.
The second breakfast: porridge buckwheat milky rubbed, apples.
Lunch: borscht beetroot rubbed on meat broth, carrot puree, compote of dried fruits.
Afternoon snack: milk.
Supper: mannish pudding with milky gravy.
At night: yogurt or yogurt.
SATURDAY
First breakfast: soft-boiled egg 1 piece, baked meat steaks, baked apples.

Second breakfast: semolina, milk.


Lunch: Rice milk soup, mashed potato, fresh fruit compote.
Afternoon snack: apples baked.
Dinner: cottage cheese rubbed with sour cream, tea with xylitol.
At night: kefir.
SUNDAY
First breakfast: omelette, xylitol tea.
Second breakfast: cottage cheese rubbed with sour cream, milk.

Lunch: soup with vegetables, meatballs meat steamed, broth of wild rose.
Afternoon snack: apples baked.
Supper: manna porridge, xylitol tea.
At night: curdled milk.
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Nutrition for patients with diabetes mellitus in mild form with normal weight, receiving hypoglycemic agents - 2500 calories

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