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Food for acute pancreatitis


The pancreas plays an important role in human life. It produces and secretes into the duodenum lumen an active juice, the substances of which break down the constituent parts of food - proteins, fats, carbohydrates - into simple compounds, which are then absorbed by the intestinal mucosa, enter the blood, are captured by the cells of organs, taking part in cellular metabolism, building fabrics.
In addition, it produces insulin, which is involved in the regulation of carbohydrate metabolism, and lipocaine, which prevents the fatty degeneration of the liver.
The inflammatory process of the pancreas - pancreatitis occurs most often as a result of excessive consumption of fatty foods and alcoholic beverages.
Pancreatitis can occur in an acute and chronic form. Food for diseases of the pancreas depends on the form of pancreatitis. In acute pancreatitis, in the first two days of the disease, the patient is only allowed to drink - a glass of rosehip broth or Borjomi-type mineral water 4-5 times a day.
On the 3rd day, food should be with significant caloric restrictions. Fats, table salt and other products that increase the secretion of gastric juice and cause bloating of the intestine are excluded from the diet.
They recommend liquid, carbohydrate-rich food, which is prepared without salt and distributed into 7-8 receptions with equal intervals. Useful fruit juices, sugar, honey, broth black currant, broth hips with sugar, cranberry juice. The liquid is introduced in the amount of 2-2.5 liters.
On the 5th day, nutrition can be more caloric (up to 600-800 calories). It consists of 15 g of proteins (dairy and vegetable), 150-200 g of carbohydrates, fats are excluded.
From the 6th-8th day, a diet of up to 1000 calories is allowed: 50 g of proteins, 10 g of fat, 250 g of carbohydrates. For breakfast, you can give semolina or rice porridge on water with sugar, an apple or orange, tea with sugar; for the second breakfast - mashed potatoes or carrots, 50 g of boiled low-fat chicken meat or lean fish, a glass of rosehip broth with sugar; for lunch - 100-150 g of vegetarian broth, 30-40 g of boiled fish or beef with mashed potatoes, one grated apple, in high tea - 50-60 g of low-fat cottage cheese with sugar, tea with sugar, tea with jam; for the night - a glass of boiled water with a tablespoon of honey or a glass of yogurt.
From the 10-15th day, the menu includes up to 60 g of proteins, 20 g of fat, 300 g of carbohydrates.
The food is still cooked in a shabby form, without salt, and taken in small portions. In the future, the caloric content of food gradually increases, the amount of proteins is increased to 100 g, fat to 40 g and carbohydrates to 450 g, and the amount of water-soluble vitamins is increased.
After acute pancreatitis, vegetarian soups, lean non-lean boiled meat and dishes from it, fresh home-made cottage cheese and dishes from it, cereals and vegetables - porridge, puddings, fruit and berry juices, honey, jam, sugar, boiled low-fat fish are recommended. At night, they use products that have a laxative effect: kefir, yogurt, honey and water, prunes, raisins, beetroot or carrot juice.
Fatty foods, pastry dough, fried fish, lard, sour cream, cream, creams, meat and fish broths, pickles, smoked meat, pickles, onions, garlic, radish, radishes, alcohol are strictly prohibited from the diet.
After suffering acute pancreatitis, this should be food for 6-12 months. 90% of the patient's health will depend on how he will eat, how he will withstand dietary restrictions. The pancreas, like no other organ, instantly reacts to any errors in the diet.
SAMPLE MENU WITH ACUTE PANCREATITISE
1 day.
It is only allowed to drink a glass of rosehip broth or "Borjomi" 4-5 times a day.
2 day.
It is only allowed to drink a glass of rosehip broth or "Borjomi" 4-5 times a day.
3-5 day.
9 hours: grape juice 20 g.
11 hours: tea with jam (jam 40 g).
13 hours: honey 40 g

15 hours: apricot juice 200 g
17 hours: dogrose decoction 200 g
19 hours: tea with jam (jam 40 g).
21 hour: fruit juice.
22 hours 30 minutes: tea with honey (honey 40 g).
6-8 days.
8 hours: semolina porridge or rice rubbed on water.
11 hours: omelette protein steam.
14 hours: pureed rice soup with vegetables, boiled meat or fish, jelly.
17 hours: dogrose decoction, low fat cottage cheese.
19 hours: rice porridge rubbed on water, tea.
9-15 days.
To the diet of 6-8 days add porridge, morning and evening croutons from white bread, tea with sugar.
16-25 day (option 1)
All day: sugar 50 g, jam 50 g
8 hours: semolina porridge on water, low fat cottage cheese, tea with
sugar.

11 hours: boiled vermicelli, fruit juice.
14 hours: vegetarian pearl barley soup with vegetables, carrot puree, boiled meat, grape juice jelly.
17 hours: broth hips, crackers with sugar, baked apple with sugar.
19 hours: jellied fish, pilaf with fruit, tea with sugar.
For the night: prunes 50 g.
16-25 day (option 2)
All day: sugar 50 g, jam 50 g
8 hours: buckwheat porridge rubbed on water, steam omelette protein, tea with sugar.
11 hours: nonfat cottage cheese.
14 hours: pureed oatmeal soup, meatballs, boiled potatoes, apple mousse.
17 hours: dogrose broth, crackers with sugar, freshly grated or baked apple.
19 hours: Vermicelli casserole with cottage cheese, jelly.

For the night: prunes 50 g.

16-25 day (option 3)
All day: sugar 50 g, jam 50 g
8 hours: rice porridge rubbed on water, low-fat cottage cheese, tea with sugar.
11 hours: boiled vermicelli, fruit juice.
14 hours: pureed barley soup, stew of meat and vegetables or beef stroganoff, fresh or pureed apples.
17 hours: dogrose broth, crackers with sugar.
19 hours: cherry pudding, boiled meat, tea with sugar.
21 hour: prunes.
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