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Low calorie meals (900-1000 calories)


Nutrition with reduced calorie content is recommended for patients with diabetes mellitus, having an increased body weight exceeding normal by 60-100% (obesity III-IV degree). The main thing in this diet is a decrease in daily calories to 900-1000 calories due to a substantial decrease in the amount of fat in the diet and an increase in protein. It is recommended to include more vegetables in the menu, especially cabbage, which contains substances that inhibit the conversion of carbohydrates into fats.
PRODUCT SET FOR DAY
Meat (beef of the II category) 200 g.
Fish (zander, cod, hake, bream) 100 g.
Egg 1 piece.

Milk (kefir) 250 g.
Potato 50 g
Vegetables (except potatoes) 150 g.
Fruits (except grapes) 300 g.
Dried fruits 20 g.
Green peas 20 g.
Wheat flour 10 g.
Vegetable oil 5 g.
Butter 5 g.
Tea 1 g.
Coffee 3 g.
Salt 4-6 g.

SAMPLE WEEKLY MONDAY MONDAY
First breakfast: boiled meat (beef of the II category), green peas, coffee without sugar, apples.
Second breakfast: soft-boiled egg.
Lunch: vegetarian potato soup, boiled meat, fresh cucumbers, dried fruit compote without sugar.


Snack: fresh apples.
Dinner: boiled fish, fresh cabbage salad with lemon juice and vegetable oil.
At night: kefir.
TUESDAY
First breakfast: boiled meat (beef of the II category).
Second breakfast: soft-boiled egg 1 piece, coffee without sugar, apples.
Lunch: vegetarian borscht, beef stroganoff from boiled meat, dried fruit compote without sugar.
Snack: apples.

Dinner: boiled chicken (chicken category II).
At night: kefir.
WEDNESDAY
First breakfast: carrot souffle, sugar-free tea, apples
150 g
Second breakfast: boiled meat (beef of the II category), green peas.
Lunch: fresh vegetarian cabbage soup, fried fish.

Snack: apples.

Dinner: boiled meat, tea with milk without sugar.


At night: kefir.
THURSDAY
First breakfast: boiled meat, green peas, coffee without sugar.
Second breakfast: soft-boiled egg.
Lunch: vegetarian potato soup, boiled beef,
fresh cucumbers.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: boiled fish, fresh cabbage salad.
At night: kefir.
FRIDAY
First breakfast: aspic fish.
Second breakfast: soft-boiled egg.
Lunch: soup from finely chopped vegetables, meat stew with vegetables.
Snack: apples or berries.
Dinner: soft-boiled egg.
At night: kefir.
SATURDAY

First breakfast: fish steaks, sugar-free coffee.


Second breakfast: whole milk.
Lunch: pearl barley soup with carrots, well boiled,
beef stroganoff from boiled meat, sauerkraut salad with beets with vegetable oil.
Snack: apples or berries.
Dinner: boiled meat.
At night: kefir.
SUNDAY
First breakfast: kefir.
Second breakfast: boiled fish.
Lunch: vegetarian potato soup, boiled chicken, fresh cucumbers.
Snack: apples or berries.
Dinner: boiled meat, green peas.
At night: kefir or yogurt.
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Low calorie meals (900-1000 calories)

  1. Low calorie meals (1800-2000 calories)
    Diet with reduced calorie content (1800-2000 calories) is recommended for patients with diabetes mellitus, with overweight exceeding normal by 29-49%. The daily calorie content in this 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. Groats
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