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Food for chronic colitis, accompanied by diarrhea


Food for this disease is designed for several days and is strict and restrictive. The main purpose of nutrition is to spare the intestines as much as possible. To this end, the food is thoroughly minced, steamed or boiled.
Recommended soups on skim meat broth and broth from rice or semolina. From the second course we recommend lean beef, veal in chopped form, chickens, boiled or steamed chickens, boiled lean fish in pieces or in chopped form; semolina porridge or rice on water or skimmed broth, noodles; eggs (no more than one per day); kefir, with good portability fresh curd. In addition, recommended apple, orange, tangerine, currant, blueberry (mixed with water) juices; decoction of dogrose, jelly, jelly, tea. From fats, you can eat butter up to 40 g per day; rusks from white bread soaked, as well as vitamins of group B.

Whole milk, sweets, marmalade, cakes, pastries from the diet should be eliminated, and the amount of sugar should be limited to 40 g per day, since carbohydrates contribute to the activation of fermentation processes in the intestine. For the same reason, limit the use of black currants, rubbed with sugar.
Irritatingly affect the mucous membrane of the stomach and intestines dishes and side dishes of vegetables, legumes, snacks.
Food should be taken in small portions 4-5 times a day.
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When the pains in the intestines pass and diarrhea stops, you can add boiled vegetables puree, soups with pureed vegetables, but do not add onions and bay leaves.
As the inflammation in the colon fades, the diet is expanded. You can include in the diet of meat and fish broths, vegetable broths with finely chopped vegetables, potatoes, meatballs with the addition of onions and bay leaf; lean meat or skim - beef, veal, chicken, turkey, rabbit, meatballs, rolls, more tender - pieces, poultry - without skin. You can eat lean fish - a piece and chopped boiled, steam and filler. Vegetables are recommended potatoes, zucchini, pumpkin, carrots, cauliflower, green peas in boiled and shredded species, other vegetables are excluded. Porridges are allowed from a variety of cereals, except wheat and pearl barley; dishes from egg whites or soft-boiled eggs up to 2 pieces per day; from sweet dishes - kissels and pureed compotes, jellies, mousses, souffles of sweet berries and fruits, baked apples, pears, marshmallows, marshmallow, jam, with good tolerance sweet varieties of berries (strawberries, strawberries, raspberries, and juice from them in half with water) not more than 100 g per day. Milk and dairy products are allowed, fermented milk products are more useful; dairy and fruit sauces; from spices - bay leaf, dill, parsley, cinnamon, cloves; butter no more than 15 g at a time; stale wheat bread, dry biscuits, once a week, lean pies.
After a while, the menu can be expanded, the power transitional from general to general. The food is given unground, and the dishes are cooked boiled or steamed, baked in the oven.
Mineral waters such as “Minsk” and others are useful. Water should be drunk warmed 10-15 minutes before meals 3 times a day, first in half a glass, then in a glass.

APPROXIMATE MENU FOR A WEEK WITH CHRONIC GOLUTE ASSOCIATED WITH PONOSE
MONDAY
First breakfast: steam meat patties, mashed potatoes, sweet grated rice porridge, tea with sugar and lemon.
Second breakfast: grated cottage cheese with milk.
Lunch: soup in meat broth with pureed meat, steam meat souffle, carrot puree, apple compote pureed.
Lunch: tea with breadcrumbs.
Dinner: buckwheat pudding with cottage cheese, tea with sugar.
For the night: jelly.
TUESDAY
First breakfast: cottage cheese souffle, milk semolina porridge, tea with sugar.
The second breakfast: a baked apple.

Lunch: broth with meatballs, fish-fish souffle, mashed potatoes, fruit juice jelly.
Snack: decoction of wild rose with sugar and crackers.
Dinner: steam meat patties, rice porridge, tea with sugar and lemon.
For the night: jelly.
WEDNESDAY
First breakfast: steam meatballs from veal, milk buckwheat porridge, grated, tea with sugar and lemon.
The second breakfast: apple puree with whipped protein.
Lunch: rice soup in meat broth well boiled, potato casserole with boiled grated meat, grated dried fruit compote.
Tea time: tea with sugar, dry biscuits.
Dinner: fish chops, baked under bechamel sauce, zucchini souffle, tea with sugar.
For the night: blueberry jelly.
THURSDAY
First breakfast: soft-boiled eggs - 2 pieces, milk oatmeal porridge, tea with milk.
Second breakfast: grated cottage cheese with milk.

Lunch: vermicelli broth, meat steamers, mashed potatoes, apple mousse.
Snack: decoction of wild rose with sugar and crackers.
Dinner: meat roll stuffed with steam omelette, boiled cauliflower, baked in sour cream, tea with sugar.
For the night: jelly.
FRIDAY
First breakfast: homemade curd cheese, sweet rice porridge, well boiled, tea with sugar and lemon.
The second breakfast: a baked apple.
Lunch: barley soup well boiled with carrots,
beef stroganoff from boiled meat, boiled vermicelli, fruit jelly.
Lunch: fruit juice, half diluted with boiled water, crackers.
Dinner: steam cutlets, mashed potatoes, tea with sugar.
For the night: strawberry jelly.
SATURDAY
First breakfast: cottage cheese pudding, milk buckwheat porridge, tea with milk.
The second breakfast: a baked apple or ripe tomatoes without skin.

Lunch: homemade noodle soup in chicken broth, grated rice porridge, dried fruit compote.
Lunch: fruit juice, half diluted with boiled water, waffles.
Dinner: fish aspic, carrot-apple souffle, baked in sour cream, tea with sugar.
For the night: jelly.
SUNDAY
First breakfast: herring pate, mashed potatoes, coffee with milk.
The second breakfast: ripe berries.
Lunch: the soup of assorted vegetables finely chopped, meat and vegetable stew, compote from apples, grated.
Tea time: tea with sugar, cheesecake with cottage cheese.
Dinner: steam meatballs, semolina pudding with sweet gravy, tea with sugar.
For the night: kefir.
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