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Low calorie meals (1800-2000 calories)


A diet with reduced calorie content (1800-2000 calories) is recommended for patients with diabetes mellitus, with overweight exceeding normal by 29-49%. Daily calories in this

the case is also limited, but without violating the ratio of the main food ingredients - proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
PRODUCT SET FOR DAY
Black bread 150 g.
Potato 70 g
Vegetables (except potatoes) 550 g.
Buckwheat groats 50 g.
Meat (beef of the II category) 110 g.
Egg 2 pieces.
Fat-free cottage cheese 100 g.
Milk 550 g.
Kefir 220 g.
Sour cream 10 g.
Butter 10 g
Vegetable oil 2 g.
Flour 5 g.
Tomato sauce 5 g.

Apples 220 g.


Xylitol DA
SAMPLE WEEKLY MONDAY MONDAY
First breakfast: tomatoes, low-fat cottage cheese, tea with milk and xylitol.
Second breakfast: viscous buckwheat porridge, milk.
Lunch: pickle with meat and sour cream, boiled or stewed meat, tomato juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: sauerkraut salad with beets, protein omelette, tea with milk.
At night: kefir.
TUESDAY
First breakfast: grated carrots, curd souffle
fat-free cottage cheese, tea with xylitol.
Second breakfast: pea porridge, milk.
Lunch: pearl barley soup on chicken stock, fried chicken, carrot puree, tomato juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: sauerkraut salad with beets, boiled fish.

At night: kefir.

WEDNESDAY
First breakfast: coleslaw, 1 egg, coffee with milk.
Second breakfast: milk pearl barley porridge, milk.

Lunch: cabbage soup on meat broth, boiled meat, loose buckwheat porridge with butter.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: bold curd.
At night: kefir.
THURSDAY
First breakfast: tomatoes, fat-free cottage cheese, coffee with milk.
Second breakfast: milk oatmeal porridge, milk.
Lunch: borsch with meat and sour cream, aspic fish, fresh cabbage salad with vegetable oil, tomato juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: amateur caviar, carrot cutlets, tea with milk.
At night: kefir.
FRIDAY
First breakfast: cheesecakes from low-fat cottage cheese, tea with xylitol, grated carrots.


Second breakfast: milk buckwheat porridge, milk.
Lunch: pea soup, boiled meat, stewed cabbage, juice
tomato.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: sauerkraut salad with beets, protein omelette, tea with milk.
At night: kefir.
SATURDAY
First breakfast: 1 egg, sauerkraut salad, coffee with milk.
Second breakfast: milk pearl barley porridge, milk.
Lunch: vegetable soup, steamed meatloaf, stewed carrots, tomato juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: fat-free cottage cheese, tomatoes, tea with milk.
At night: kefir.
SUNDAY
First breakfast: protein omelet, tomatoes, coffee with milk.

Second breakfast: milk oatmeal porridge, milk.

Lunch: borsch on meat broth, steamed meat cutlets, cabbage
stewed tomato juice.

Snack: apples.
Dinner: cottage cheese of 9% fat, grated carrots, tea.
At night: kefir.
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Low calorie meals (1800-2000 calories)

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