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Nutrition for gastritis with high acidity

Gastritis with high acidity is accompanied by increased secretion of gastric juice, which contains a lot of hydrochloric acid and enzymes. In a healthy person, about 1.5 liters of gastric juice are secreted in the stomach per day, and with this form of the disease, 2-3 times more. In the treatment of this disease, proper nutrition is of great importance. Careful adherence to it in accordance with the doctor’s instructions should be given special attention. The main requirement of the diet is to spare the gastric mucosa as much as possible. For this, acid-lowering foods are included in the diet. Recommended milk cereal soups with the addition of vegetables (excluding cabbage); chopped vermicelli or homemade noodles; milk, cream, fresh non-acidic sour cream, fresh non-acidic cottage cheese, soft-boiled eggs or in the form of a steam omelet (no more than three per day); meat of low-fat varieties, cleaned of tendons and fat - beef, veal, chicken, boiled or steam in the form of meatballs, meatballs, mashed potatoes, rolls, etc .; low-fat varieties of fish in boiled, steam, chopped form and a piece. It is necessary to include boiled vegetables in the menu - potatoes, beets, carrots, pumpkin, squash, making mashed potatoes and puddings from them. Semolina, buckwheat, oat, pearl barley, rice porridge, boiled pasta are useful. Fruits and berries should be sweet varieties. They are used to make jelly and stewed fruit.
Food is prepared mainly in mashed form - meat is passed through a meat grinder, boiled or steamed; porridge is boiled in milk and rubbed through a sieve.
Useful milk, which should be drunk 2-3 glasses a day. With poor tolerance, you can drink half a cup after a meal with necessarily warm or diluted weak tea.
Useful butter, as well as refined and olive oil, which is added to the dishes.

Products with a strong sokogonny effect are contraindicated in case of high acidity: meat, fish, mushroom broths, fried meat and fish, salty dishes, savory foods, smoked meats, marinades, canned goods, pastry, brown bread, millet porridge, ice cream; you need to limit the use of strong tea and coffee. Alcohol, beer, sparkling water are prohibited.
Such nutrition is recommended for peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum. If the patient does not have exacerbations for 4 months and feels good, the diet can be expanded. But still it is not recommended to eat spicy, salty, fried foods, alcohol and smoking are strictly prohibited. It is acceptable stew, boiled and fried fish without crust, steam, lightly baked meatballs in the oven. You can’t eat fat. Dill, parsley, green onions are not recommended.
Bread should be wheat, stale, best in the form of thin crackers. All dishes should be slightly salty. They must be prepared so that they do not need prolonged chewing. It is useful to drink such mineral waters as Smirnovskaya, Borjomi, Essentuki. They are drunk one and a half to two hours before meals, while the secretion of gastric juice is inhibited, the evacuation and motor functions of the stomach are improved.
Meals should be frequent (4-5 times a day), at regular intervals, but systematically, in small portions.
First breakfast: meat steams, mashed potatoes, tea with milk.

Second breakfast: fruit jelly, a glass of milk.
Lunch: pureed milk rice soup, potato casserole stuffed with boiled meat in vegetable oil, stewed apples.
Snack: a glass of broth of wild rose, crackers.
Dinner: steamed souffle, milk buckwheat porridge
mashed, fruit jelly.
At night: a glass of milk.
First breakfast: cottage cheese with milk and sugar, semolina porridge, tea with milk.
Second breakfast: a baked sweet apple with sugar, a glass of milk.
Lunch: mashed pearl milk soup, meat cutlets
steam, beetroot puree, fruit jelly.
Snack: broth of wild rose, crackers.
Dinner: rice pudding, soft-boiled egg, milk jelly.
At night: a glass of milk.
First breakfast: soft-boiled egg, mashed buckwheat porridge, teas with milk.

Second breakfast: sweet baked apple, a glass of milk.
Lunch: soup from prefabricated vegetables, boiled meat pudding with rice, apple jelly.
Snack: a glass of broth of wild rose, crackers.
Dinner: buckwheat groats, a glass of milk.
At night: a glass of milk.
First breakfast: milk pudding, milk porridge
mashed tea with milk.
Second breakfast: fruit jelly, a glass of milk.
Lunch: ground mashed rice soup, steam meat cutlets baked in milk sauce, carrot puree, mashed compote.
Snack: a glass of broth of wild rose, crackers.
Dinner: baked noodles with cottage cheese, a glass of milk.
At night: a glass of milk.
First breakfast: jellied tongue, carrot puree, milk semolina, tea with milk.

Second breakfast: compote mashed from dried fruits, a glass of milk.
Lunch: mashed oat milk soup, fish steams, mashed potatoes with vegetable oil, lemon or orange jelly.
Snack: a glass of broth of wild rose, crackers or thin slices of white dried bread.
Dinner: steam chicken cutlets, mashed carrots, mashed pearl barley porridge, jelly from non-sour berries (strawberries, strawberries, raspberries).
At night: a glass of milk.
First breakfast: steam fish cutlets, mashed potatoes with vegetable oil, mashed buckwheat porridge, tea with milk.
Second breakfast: a baked sweet apple with sugar, a glass of milk.
Lunch: milk noodle soup, steamed meatballs,
boiled vermicelli with butter, jelly from berries.
Snack: a glass of broth of wild rose, crackers.
Dinner: fish steaks, mashed potatoes with
vegetable oil, mashed buckwheat porridge, milk jelly.
At night: a glass of milk. SUNDAY
First breakfast: meatballs baked in sauce
bechamel, mashed potatoes, oat milk porridge mashed from Hercules groats, tea with milk.
Second breakfast: jelly from non-sour berries, a glass of milk.
Lunch: mashed potato soup, steamed fish balls, mashed potatoes with vegetable oil, milk jelly.
Snack: a glass of broth of wild rose, crackers.
Dinner: meatloaf stuffed with rice and herbs, steam, fruit jelly from sweet berries.
At night: a glass of warm milk.
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