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Nutrition for patients with mild diabetes mellitus with diseases of the liver and gall bladder with normal body weight receiving sugar-lowering drugs (diet for 2500 calories)


PRODUCT SET FOR DAY

Black bread 300 g
Potato 100 g
Vegetables 800 g
Buckwheat, oat or pearl barley 50 g.
Meat (category II beef or chicken) 160 g.
300 g meat broth
Egg white 2 pieces.
Fat-free cottage cheese 200 g
Milk 600 g
Kefir or yogurt 200 g.
Butter 25 g
Vegetable oil 25 g.
Diet sausage 50 g.
Sugar 20 g.
EXAMPLE MENU DAY
First breakfast: fresh cucumbers, fat-free cottage cheese, diet sausage, tea with milk and xylitol.

Lunch: borsch with boiled meat or a cold meat, boiled meat, milk oatmeal, apples sweet or sour in xylitol syrup.
Snack: fresh vegetables (cucumbers, tomatoes).
Dinner: sauerkraut salad with beets with vegetable oil, protein omelette (egg white 2 pieces), tea with milk.
At night: kefir.
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Nutrition for patients with mild diabetes mellitus with diseases of the liver and gall bladder with normal body weight receiving sugar-lowering drugs (diet for 2500 calories)

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