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Diabetic nutrition with liver and gall bladder diseases
Nutrition in the treatment of this disease should improve metabolic processes, which are disturbed by diabetes and liver and gallbladder diseases. In the diet of diabetics, products that improve liver function, increase bile secretion and promote the normalization of bowel activity are introduced. From food excluded products that hamper the work of the liver. In the menu it is recommended to include milk and dairy products in a moderate amount. It is especially recommended cottage cheese and dishes from it in boiled and baked kinds (it is impossible to fry the products). From fat acceptable butter and vegetable - sunflower, olive. However, fats in the diet should be limited, as well as eggs (not more than one yolk per day). From the first dishes are recommended borsch, beetroot, cabbage soup, cereal soups with vegetables - on vegetable broth, fruit and dairy. The second dishes are prepared from meat - lean beef, veal, poultry, as well as from lean fish in boiled or baked (after otaprivaniya) form.
Cereal and pasta products are suitable for crumbly and semi-viscous cereals, puddings, casseroles. Vegetables and greens, except sorrel and spinach, can be eaten raw, boiled and baked, especially useful pumpkin and carrots. Fruits and berries select non-acid varieties. From drinks they use compotes, kissels, tea, coffee, natural, not strong. Bread is allowed wheat and rye yesterday's baking.
Food is enriched with vitamins due to the use of broth of wild rose, fresh raw berries and fruits, various non-acidic berry and fruit juices, tomatoes, puree from raw carrots. It is recommended to drink a lot of juice. Eat 5-6 times a day, necessarily in accordance with the rhythm of the action of hypoglycemic agents, especially insulin. It is important that the calorie content and nutritional value (protein, fat and carbohydrate content), both daily and at each meal, are approximately the same. This prevents sudden fluctuations in blood sugar levels.
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Diabetic nutrition with liver and gall bladder diseases
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