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Food for gastritis with high acidity


Gastritis with increased 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 per day in the stomach, and this form of the disease is 2-3 times more. In the treatment of this disease, proper nutrition is of paramount importance. Careful compliance with it in accordance with the instructions of the doctor should be given special attention. The main requirement of the diet - as much as possible to spare the gastric mucosa. To do this, the diet includes products that reduce acidity. Milk soups with the addition of vegetables (with the exception of cabbage) are recommended; chopped noodles or homemade noodles; milk, cream, fresh non-sour sour cream, fresh non-sour cottage cheese, soft-boiled eggs or in the form of a steam omelet (not more than three per day); meat of low-fat varieties, purified from 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 in the menu boiled vegetables - potatoes, beets, carrots, pumpkin, zucchini, making mashed potatoes and puddings. Useful semolina, buckwheat, oatmeal, barley, rice porridge, boiled pasta. Fruits and berries should be sweet varieties. From them cook jelly and compotes.
Food is prepared mainly in the shabby form - meat is passed through a meat grinder, boiled or steamed; porridge cooked in milk and rubbed through a sieve.
Useful milk that you need to drink 2-3 cups a day. With poor tolerance, you can drink half a cup after a meal, always warm or diluted with weak tea.
Useful butter, as well as refined and olive oil, which is added to the dishes.

Foods that have a strong sokogonnym action are contraindicated in case of high acidity: meat, fish, mushroom broths, fried meat and fish, salty dishes, savory snacks, smoked meat, pickles, canned food, pastry, black bread, millet porridge, ice cream; need to limit the use of strong tea and coffee. Alcohol, beer, carbonated water - are prohibited.
This diet is recommended for gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. If a patient has no exacerbations during 4 months and he feels well, the diet can be extended. But still it is not recommended to eat spicy, salty, fried foods, alcohol and smoking are strictly prohibited. Permissible stew, boiled and fried fish without crust, steam, baked in the oven burgers. You can not eat fat. Dill, parsley, green onions are not recommended.
Bread should be wheat, stale, best of all in the form of thin crackers. All dishes should be a little salty. They should be cooked so that they do not need long chewing. It is useful to drink such mineral waters as "Smirnovskaya", "Borjomi", "Essentuki". They are drunk for 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.
SAMPLE MENU FOR A WEEK WITH GASTRITIS WITH INCREASED ACIDITY
MONDAY
First breakfast: meat steamer meatballs, mashed potatoes, tea with milk.


The second breakfast: fruit jelly, a glass of milk.
Lunch: pureed rice milk soup, potato casserole stuffed with boiled meat in vegetable oil, compote mashed apples.
Safe, a glass of broth hips, crackers.
Dinner: steam curd souffle, buckwheat porridge milk
pureed fruit jelly.
For the night: a glass of milk.
TUESDAY
First breakfast: cottage cheese with milk and sugar, milk semolina porridge, tea with milk.
The second breakfast: a baked sweet apple with sugar, a glass of milk.
Lunch: milk pearl barley soup, meat patties
steam, beet puree, fruit jelly.
Snack: decoction of hips, crackers.
Dinner: rice pudding, soft-boiled egg, milk jelly.
For the night: a glass of milk.
WEDNESDAY
First breakfast: soft-boiled egg, milk buckwheat porridge, milk tea.

Second breakfast: apple baked sweet, a glass of milk.
Lunch: soup of assorted vegetables, boiled meat pudding with rice, apple jelly.
Safe, a glass of broth hips, crackers.
Dinner: buckwheat krupenik, a glass of milk.
For the night: a glass of milk.
THURSDAY
First breakfast: milk pudding, rice milk porridge
pureed, tea with milk.
The second breakfast: fruit jelly, a glass of milk.
Lunch: ground rice soup, ground, steam meat cutlets, baked in milk sauce, carrot puree, pureed compote.
Safe, a glass of broth hips, crackers.
Dinner: baked cottage cheese with Lapshevik, a glass of milk.
For the night: a glass of milk.
FRIDAY
First breakfast: tongue jellied, carrot puree, milk semolina porridge, tea with milk.


Second breakfast: compote pureed from dried fruits, a glass of milk.
Dinner: pureed oatmeal milk soup, fish steamed chops, mashed potatoes with vegetable oil, lemon or orange jelly.
Tea time: a glass of wild rose broth, crackers or thin slices of dried white bread.
Dinner: steam chicken cutlets, mashed carrot, milk barley porridge, jelly of non-acidic berries (strawberries, strawberries, raspberries).
For the night: a glass of milk.
SATURDAY
First breakfast: fish stew cutlets, mashed potatoes with vegetable oil, milk buckwheat porridge, tea with milk.
The second breakfast: a baked sweet apple with sugar, a glass of milk.
Lunch: milk noodle soup, meat-steam meatballs,
boiled vermicelli with butter, berries kissel.
Safe, a glass of broth hips, crackers.
Dinner: fish stew burgers, mashed potatoes with
vegetable oil, milk buckwheat porridge rubbed, milk kissel.
For the night: a glass of milk. SUNDAY
First breakfast: meat chops, baked with sauce
bechamel, mashed potatoes, milk oatmeal porridge grated from “Hercules” cereal, tea with milk.
The second breakfast: jelly from non-sour berries, a glass of milk.
Lunch: Mashed potato soup, fish steaks, steam, mashed potatoes with vegetable oil, milk jelly.
Safe, a glass of broth hips, crackers.
Dinner: meatloaf, stuffed with rice and greens, steam, fruit jelly from sweet berries.
For the night: a glass of warm milk.
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