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

Patients with tuberculosis often develop comorbidities on the part of the digestive organs. Chronic gastritis and colitis often occur in connection with the intake of anti-tuberculosis drugs. Gastritis is usually with low acidity. In this case, fractional food intake is recommended with the mandatory exclusion of coarse plant fiber from the diet. Vegetables and fruits are given only in boiled and shabby species, hard meats are also given in shabby or minced species.
If the activity of the liver and biliary system is impaired, exclude products that cause their irritation from the diet. Prohibited fatty meats and fish, fried foods, pastry dough, smoked meats, canned goods, pickles, strong tea and coffee.

First option
First breakfast: cottage cheese pudding, milk buckwheat porridge,
Second breakfast: calcinated cottage cheese, fruit mousse.
Lunch: broth with dumplings, steak roasted with vegetables, fruit compote from apples without sugar.
Snack: a soft-boiled egg (1 piece), dogrose broth.
Dinner: boiled fish, baked with potatoes, carrot puree, tea with lemon without sugar.
For the night: kefir.
Second option
First breakfast: soft-boiled egg (1 piece), cottage cheese, milk oatmeal porridge, tea with lemon.
The second breakfast: cheese, tea.
Lunch: soup in meat broth with sour cream, fried chicken, boiled rice, apple compote.
Tea time: crackers, dogrose broth.

Dinner: meat zrazy stuffed with onions and eggs, carrots
stewed Lapshevik with cottage cheese.

For the night: kefir.
Third option
First breakfast: boiled tongue, buckwheat milk porridge
grated, cheese, tea.
Second breakfast: cottage cheese, baked apples.
Lunch: soup of assorted vegetables (except cabbage) in meat broth with sour cream, mashed beef stroganoff, mashed potatoes, fruit jelly.
Lunch: omelet protein steam, broth hips.
Dinner: meatloaf, lapshevik with cottage cheese.
For the night: kefir.
Fourth option
First breakfast: vegetable salad, boiled meat, potatoes
boiled tea

The second breakfast: Dutch cheese, tea.

Lunch: soup in meat broth, roast beefsteak or langet,
zucchini fried, apple mousse on xylitol.
Lunch: cottage cheese, broth hips.
Dinner: meat patties, mashed potatoes, tea.
For the night: milk.
Fifth option
First breakfast: boiled meat, baked in white sauce without salt, mashed potatoes and carrots without salt, oatmeal without salt.
The second breakfast: carrot puree with apples, tea.
Lunch: dairy vermicelli soup without salt, boiled fish without salt, mashed potatoes without salt, fresh fruit compote.
Tea time: meat chops, baked in sour cream without salt, rosehip decoction.
Dinner: scrambled eggs without salt, semi-viscous buckwheat porridge without salt, tea with milk.
Bread and flour products: wheat and rye bread and various flour products (baked pies, biscuits, muffins, etc.).
Soups: any.

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

Fish dishes: herring, balyk, caviar, boiled fresh river fish, sea fish, seafood, canned sprats, sardines, etc.
Milk and dairy products and dishes from them: milk,
yogurt, kefir, sour cream, cheese, cottage cheese, cottage cheese casserole.
Dishes from eggs: in different cooking (omelets, soft-boiled eggs, etc.).
Dishes and side dishes from cereals: cereals with milk (oatmeal, buckwheat, rice, semolina), pasta. Legumes, well boiled, mashed.
Dishes and side dishes of vegetables: in any culinary processing (boiled, shabby, etc.), but some of them are necessarily raw.
Snacks: various, especially vegetable salads.
Sauces: red meat, dairy bechamel, sour cream, etc.
Sweet dishes: honey, jam, etc.
Drinks: any: jelly, mousse, jelly, fruit drinks, fruit,
vegetable, berry juices, dogrose decoction, wheat bran decoction.
Fats: butter and vegetable.

Excluded from the diet: very fatty fish and poultry, mutton, beef and cooking fats; spicy and fatty sauces, cakes and pastries with lots of cream.
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