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Meal with reduced calorie content (1800-2000 calories)


Nutrition with reduced caloric content (1800-2000 calories) is recommended for people with diabetes mellitus, with excess weight exceeding the normal by 29-49%. The daily calorie content in this

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

Apples 220 g.


Xylitol ZO
EXAMPLE MENU FOR A MONDAY MONDAY
First breakfast: tomatoes, fat-free cottage cheese, tea with milk with xylitol.
The second breakfast: porridge buckwheat milk viscous, milk.
Lunch: pickle with meat and sour cream, boiled or stewed meat, tomato juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: salad from sauerkraut with beetroot, egg white omelet, tea with milk.
At night: kefir.
SECONDARY
First breakfast: carrot grated, curd cheese souffle
fat-free cottage cheese, tea with xylitol.
Second breakfast: pea porridge, milk.
Lunch: pearl barley soup with chicken broth, fried chicken, carrot puree, tomato juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: salad from sauerkraut with beets, boiled fish.

At night: kefir.

WEDNESDAY
First breakfast: cabbage salad, egg 1 piece, coffee with milk.
The second breakfast: pearl barley milk porridge, milk.

Lunch: soup on meat broth, boiled meat, buckwheat porridge with butter.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: cottage cheese is bold.
At night: kefir.
THURSDAY
First breakfast: tomatoes, non-fat cottage cheese, coffee with milk.
The second breakfast: porridge oatmeal, milk.
Lunch: borscht with meat and sour cream, fish pouring, salad from fresh cabbage with vegetable oil, tomato juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: amateur caviar, carrot cutlets, tea with milk.
At night: kefir.
FRIDAY
The first breakfast: syrniki from fat-free cottage cheese, tea with xylitol, carrot grated.


The second breakfast: porridge buckwheat milk, milk.
Lunch: pea soup, boiled meat, stewed cabbage, juice
tomato.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: salad from sauerkraut with beetroot, egg white omelet, tea with milk.
At night: kefir.
SATURDAY
First breakfast: egg 1 piece, salad from sauerkraut, coffee with milk.
The second breakfast: pearl barley milk porridge, milk.
Lunch: vegetable soup, meat steamed roll, stewed carrots, tomato juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: fat-free cottage cheese, tomatoes, tea with milk.
At night: kefir.
SUNDAY
The first breakfast: omelet protein, tomatoes, coffee with milk.

The second breakfast: porridge oatmeal, milk.

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

Snack: apples.
Dinner: cottage cheese 9% fat, carrot grated, tea.
At night: kefir.
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Meal with reduced calorie content (1800-2000 calories)

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