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Food with rheumatism with a small degree of activity, in the inactive phase
In this phase, nutrition is recommended with a moderately elevated protein content, moderate carbohydrate restriction and a normal fat content. The process of recovery from acute rheumatism can take several months. At the same time, the body retains an acute sensitivity to various adverse environmental influences and readiness for exacerbation.
Returnable rheumatism with low activity of the process, a long and sluggish course with exacerbations resistant to medication. With a slow-moving form of rheumatism with recurrent rheumatic heart disease, a high-protein diet is recommended - 130 g (55-60% of animal origin), normal or slightly increased amount of fat - 100-110 g (30% - vegetable), a decrease to 300 g of carbohydrates, especially sugar (40-45 g), full security of the body's need for vitamins and minerals.
CULINARY FOOD PROCESSING
All dishes are prepared without salt. Meat and fish are given in boiled form, you can fry them slightly or bake them after boiling. Vegetables give in boiled and raw. Food temperature is normal.
The number of meals - 5-6 times a day. Calorie 2600-2800 kcal, salt 3-5 g (give in the hands). Weight ration of about 2.5 kg. The total amount of free liquid to 1.5 liters, including the first dish.
A sample menu for this phase of the disease is shown below.
If pronounced signs of circulatory failure are detected, it is necessary, while maintaining the overall structure of the diet, to reduce its protein content to 120 g. Practically, it is enough to remove the protein dish in afternoon tea.
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Food with rheumatism with a small degree of activity, in the inactive phase
- Approximate one-day menu for patients with rheumatism with a small degree of activity of the rheumatic process without pronounced signs of circulatory failure
First breakfast: soft-boiled eggs (2 pieces), cheese cakes baked with sour cream, tea with milk. Second breakfast: boiled meat, yeast drink without sugar. Lunch: vegetarian soup (half a serving), boiled meat with noodles, fruit jelly. Snack: yeast drink without sugar. Dinner: meatballs meat, baked in sour cream, with boiled potatoes, carrot cutlets, fried on vegetable
- Approximate one-day menu for patients with rheumatism in the acute phase of the disease
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- Nutrition with rheumatism
- Food in the acute phase of the disease
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- DEFEAT OF NERVOUS SYSTEM AT RHEUMATISM
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- Sample menu for low-level rheumatism
First breakfast: soft-boiled eggs (2 pieces), cottage cheese with milk, tea. The second breakfast: cheese 50 g, wheat bran decoction. Lunch: vegetarian borsch with sour cream (half a serving), boiled meat beef stroganoff, boiled potatoes, fruit jelly or milk. Tea time: fresh apples. Dinner: boiled fish, baked under milk sauce, cottage cheese casserole or pasta and cottage cheese casserole. On
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- Sanitary requirements for small enterprises
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- The list of recommended and excluded products for heart failure IIb - III degree
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- The degree of risk of a complicated course of pregnancy and contraindication to its preservation during uterine myoma
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- Recommended and excluded products for diseases of the cardiovascular system with circulatory failure I-IIa degree
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- Approximate one-day menus for diseases of the cardiovascular system with circulatory failure of I-II and degree
First breakfast: cream cheese, milk semolina porridge (half a serving), tea with milk. Second breakfast: fresh apples. Lunch: barley soup with vegetables (half a serving) vegetarian, boiled meat with carrot puree, apple compote. Lunch: decoction of wild rose. Dinner: boiled fish with boiled potatoes, fruit pilaf (half a serving), tea with milk. For the night: sour milk. First breakfast:
- Standard means of treatment and prevention in the acute phase of the disease
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