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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. A healthy person emits about 1.5 liters of gastric juice per day in the stomach, and 2-3 times more with this form of the disease. When treating this disease, proper nutrition is of great importance. Careful observance of it in accordance with the prescriptions of the doctor should be given special attention. The main requirement of the diet is to spare the mucous membrane of the stomach as much as possible. To do this, the diet includes products that reduce acidity. Dairy cereal soups with vegetables (except cabbage) are recommended; chopped vermicelli or homemade noodles; milk, cream, fresh non-acid sour cream, fresh non-acidic cottage cheese, soft-boiled eggs or as a steam omelet (not 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 cutlets, meatballs, mashed potatoes, rolls, etc .; low-fat fish in boiled, steam, chopped form and a piece. It is necessary to include in the menu boiled vegetables - potatoes, beets, carrots, pumpkins, zucchini, making them purees and puddings. Useful manna, buckwheat, oatmeal, pearl barley, rice porridge, boiled pasta. Fruits and berries should be sweet varieties. Of them, jelly and compotes are prepared.
The food is cooked mostly in the garbled form - the meat is passed through a meat grinder, boiled or cooked steamed; porridge is boiled on milk and wiped through a sieve.
It is useful to milk, which should drink 2-3 glasses a day. With poor tolerance, you can drink half a glass after eating necessarily warm or diluted weak tea.
Useful butter, as well as refined and olive oil, which is added to the dishes.

Contraindicated in high acidity products that have a strong cocaine effect: meat, fish, mushroom broths, fried meat and fish, salty foods, hot snacks, smoked meats, marinades, canned goods, buttery bread, millet porridge, ice cream; It is necessary to limit the use of strong tea and coffee. Alcohol, beer, carbonated water - are prohibited.
This diet is recommended for stomach ulcers and duodenal ulcers. If the patient has no exacerbations within 4 months and he feels well, the diet can be expanded. But still it is not recommended to eat sharp, salty, fried dishes, alcohol and smoking are strictly forbidden. Permissible stew, boiled and fried without crust fish, steam, slightly baked in the oven cutlets. You can not eat bacon. Do not recommend dill, parsley, green onions.
Bread should be wheaten, stale, best in the form of thin crackers. All dishes should be little salted. They should be cooked 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.
Food should be frequent (4-5 times a day), at regular intervals, but systematically, in small portions.
First breakfast: steamed meat balls, mashed potatoes, tea with milk.

The second breakfast: fruit jelly, a glass of milk.
Lunch: Rice milky rice soup, potato pudding stuffed with boiled meat in vegetable oil, compote wiped from apples.
Snack: a glass of wild rose broth, crackers.
Dinner: souffle cheese curd, porridge buckwheat dairy
mashed fruit, fruit jelly.
At night: a glass of milk.
The first breakfast: cottage cheese with milk and sugar, porridge semolina, milk with tea.
The second breakfast: a baked sweet apple with sugar, a glass of milk.
Lunch: pearl barley millet soup, meat cutlets
steam, mashed beet, fruit jelly.
Afternoon snack: broth of dogrose, crackers.
Dinner: rice pudding, soft-boiled egg, milk jelly.
At night: a glass of milk.
The first breakfast: soft-boiled egg, porridge buckwheat porridge, teas with milk.

The second breakfast: apple baked sweet, a glass of milk.
Lunch: soup from prefabricated vegetables, pudding from boiled meat with rice, apple jelly.
Snack: a glass of wild rose broth, crackers.
Dinner: cereal from buckwheat groats, a glass of milk.
At night: a glass of milk.
First breakfast: milk pudding, rice milk porridge
mashed, tea with milk.
The second breakfast: fruit jelly, a glass of milk.
Lunch: Rice ground ground soup, meat steak cutlets, baked in milk sauce, carrot puree, fruit compote.
Snack: a glass of wild rose broth, crackers.
Dinner: Lapshivik with cottage cheese baked, a glass of milk.
At night: a glass of milk.
First breakfast: jellied, carrot puree, milk porridge, milk and tea.

The second breakfast: compote wiped from dried fruits, a glass of milk.
Lunch: oat milky soup, fish steamed croissants, potato mashed potatoes with vegetable oil, lemon or orange jelly.
Snack: a glass of wild rose broth, croutons or thin slices of white dried bread.
Dinner: chicken steaks, carrot mashed potatoes, pearl barley millet porridge, jelly from non-acid berries (strawberry, strawberry, raspberry).
At night: a glass of milk.
First breakfast: steamed fish cutlets, mashed potatoes with vegetable oil, buckwheat dairy mashed porridge, tea with milk.
The second breakfast: a baked sweet apple with sugar, a glass of milk.
Lunch: noodle soup, meatballs meat steamed,
vermicelli boiled with butter, jelly with berries.
Snack: a glass of wild rose broth, crackers.
Dinner: steamed fish cutlets, mashed potatoes with
vegetable oil, porridge buckwheat milk, rubbed milk.
At night: a glass of milk. SUNDAY
First breakfast: meat patties, baked with sauce
bechamel, mashed potatoes, oatmeal porridge, cereal, "Hercules", tea with milk.
The second breakfast: a jelly from non-acid berries, a glass of milk.
Lunch: potato wiped soup, fish steamed bits, mashed potatoes with vegetable oil, milk jelly.
Snack: a glass of wild rose broth, crackers.
Dinner: meat roll stuffed with rice and herbs, steam, fruit jelly from sweet berries.
At night: a glass of warm milk.
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