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Meals for patients with diabetes mellitus of mild severity with diseases of the liver and gall bladder with normal body weight, receiving hypoglycemic drugs (diet on 2500 calories)


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

Lunch: borsch with boiled meat or fridge, boiled meat, milk oatmeal, sweet or sour apples in xylitol syrup.
Lunch: fresh vegetables (cucumbers, tomatoes).
Dinner: sauerkraut salad with beetroot with vegetable oil, protein omelette (egg white 2 pieces), tea with milk.
For the night: kefir.
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Meals for patients with diabetes mellitus of mild severity with diseases of the liver and gall bladder with normal body weight, receiving hypoglycemic drugs (diet on 2500 calories)

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