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Nutrition for patients with mild diabetes mellitus with liver and gallbladder diseases with normal body weight who receive hypoglycemic preparations (2,500 calorie diet)


Bread black 300 g.
Potatoes 100 g.
Vegetables 800 g.
Buckwheat, oat or pearl barley 50 g.
Meat (beef of II category or chicken) 160 g.
Meat broth 300 g.
Protein eggs 2 pieces.
Cottage cheese skimmed in 200 g.
Milk 600g
Kefir or curdled milk 200 g.
Butter 25 g
Vegetable oil 25 g.
Sausage dietary 50 g.
Sugar 20 g.
First breakfast: fresh cucumbers, fat-free cottage cheese, diet sausage, tea with milk and xylitol.

Lunch: borscht with boiled meat or cold meat, boiled meat, oatmeal porridge, apples sweet or sour in xylitol syrup.
Snack: Fresh vegetables (cucumbers, tomatoes).
Dinner: salad from sauerkraut with beets with vegetable oil, egg white omelet (egg white 2 pieces), tea with milk.
At night: kefir.
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Nutrition for patients with mild diabetes mellitus with liver and gallbladder diseases with normal body weight who receive hypoglycemic preparations (2,500 calorie diet)

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    PRODUCT SET FOR DAY Bread white 300 g. Vegetables (except potatoes) 150 g. Potatoes 500 g. Groats semolina 50 g. Rice groats 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. EXAMPLE MENU ON WEEK MONDAY First breakfast: scrambled eggs, xylitol tea. Second breakfast: rice porridge. Lunch: soup
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