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Nutrition for patients with tuberculosis with concomitant disorders of the digestive system

Patients with tuberculosis often have concomitant diseases on the part of the digestive system. Chronic gastritis and colitis often occur due to the use of anti-tuberculosis drugs. Gastritis usually with low acidity. In this case, a fractional meal is recommended with the obligatory exception of coarse vegetal fiber from the diet. Vegetables and fruits are given only in cooked and wiped kinds, hard sorts of meat are also given in scraped or chopped kinds.
If the activity of the liver and the biliary system is impaired, foods that cause irritation are excluded from the diet. It is forbidden to eat fatty meat and fish, fried foods, buttery dough, smoked products, canned food, marinades, strong tea and coffee.

First option
First breakfast: curd pudding, buckwheat porridge,
Second breakfast: curd cheese, fruit mousse.
Lunch: broth with dumplings, steak fried with vegetables, compote of apples without sugar.
Afternoon snack: soft-boiled egg (1 piece), rose hips.
Dinner: boiled fish baked with potatoes, carrot puree, tea with lemon without sugar.
At night: kefir.
The second option
First breakfast: soft-boiled egg (1 piece), cottage cheese, oat milk porridge, tea with lemon.
The second breakfast: cheese, tea.
Lunch: borscht on meat broth with sour cream, fried chicken, boiled rice, apple compote.
Afternoon snack: crackers, broth of wild rose.

Supper: zrazy meat, stuffed with onions and eggs, carrots
stewed, noodles with cottage cheese.

At night: kefir.
The third option
First breakfast: tongue boiled, porridge buckwheat dairy
mashed, cheese, tea.
Second breakfast: cottage cheese, apples baked.
Lunch: soup from prefabricated vegetables (except cabbage) on meat broth with sour cream, beef stroganoff, beef mashed potatoes, jelly from fruit.
Snack: omelette protein steam, broth of wild rose.
Supper: meat roll, Lapshivik with cottage cheese.
At night: kefir.
Fourth option
First breakfast: vegetable salad, boiled meat, potatoes
boiled, tea.

Second breakfast: Dutch cheese, tea.

Lunch: borscht on meat broth, steak fried or langet,
zucchini roasted, apple mousse on xylitol.
Afternoon snack: cottage cheese, broth of wild rose.
Dinner: meat cutlets, mashed potatoes, tea.
At night: milk.
The fifth option
The first breakfast: meat boiled, baked in white sauce without salt, puree from potatoes and carrots without salt, oat porridge without salt.
The second breakfast: carrot puree with apples, tea.
Lunch: Vermicelli dairy soup without salt, boiled fish without salt, mashed potatoes without salt, fresh fruit compote.
Afternoon snack: meat balls, baked in sour cream without salt, broth of wild rose.
Dinner: omelette without salt, porridge buckwheat semi-viscous without salt, tea with milk.
Bread and flour products: wheat and rye bread and various flour products (patties baked, biscuits, buns, etc.).
Soups: any.

Meat and poultry dishes: beef, veal, chicken in the form of cutlets,
soufflé, pâté; liver, meat products (sausage, ham, sausages).

Dishes from fish: herring, balyk, caviar, fresh fish in boiled form, sea fish, seafood, canned food - sprats, sardines, etc.
Milk and dairy products and dishes from them: milk,
yogurt, kefir, sour cream, cheese, cottage cheese, curd casserole.
Dishes from eggs: in different preparations (omelets, soft-boiled eggs, etc.).
Dishes and side dishes from cereals: cereals in milk (oatmeal, buckwheat, rice, semolina), pasta. Legumes, well boiled, in the form of mashed potatoes.
Dishes and side dishes from vegetables: in any culinary processing (in boiled, wiped, etc.), but partly raw.
Snacks: various, especially vegetable salads.
Sauces: meat red, milk bechamel, sour cream, etc.
Sweet dishes: honey, jam, etc.
Drinks: any: jelly, mousse, jelly, compotes, fruit,
vegetable, berry juices, broth of wild rose, broth from wheat bran.
Fats: butter and vegetable oil.

From the diet exclude: very fatty fish and poultry, sheep, beef and cooking fats; sharp and fatty sauces, cakes and pastries with lots of cream.
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