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Nutrition for diabetes with diseases of the liver and gall bladder


Nutrition in the treatment of this disease should improve metabolic processes that are disturbed by diabetes and diseases of the liver and gall bladder. Products that improve liver function, enhance bile secretion, and help normalize intestinal activity are introduced into the diet of a diabetic. Foods that impede liver function are excluded from nutrition. The menu recommends including moderate amounts of milk and dairy products. Cottage cheese and dishes from it in a boiled and baked form are especially recommended (foods cannot be fried). Of the fat, butter and vegetable oil are acceptable - sunflower, olive. However, fats in the diet must be limited, like eggs (no more than one yolk per day). Of the first dishes, we recommend borsch, beetroot soup, cabbage soup from fresh cabbage, cereal soups with vegetables - on a vegetable broth, fruit and milk. The second dishes are prepared from meat - low-fat beef, veal, poultry, as well as low-fat fish in boiled or baked (after freezing) form.
Of cereals and pasta, friable and semi-viscous cereals, puddings, casseroles are suitable. Vegetables and greens, except sorrel and spinach, can be eaten raw, boiled and baked, pumpkin and carrots are especially useful. Fruits and berries are selected non-acidic varieties. Of drinks, stewed fruit, jelly, tea, and natural coffee are weak. Bread allowed yesterday's wheat and rye pastries.
Food is enriched with vitamins through the use of wild rose hips, fresh raw berries and fruits, various non-acidic berry and fruit juices, tomatoes, and raw carrot purees. Drinking plenty of juices is recommended. They eat 5-6 times a day, always in accordance with the rhythm of the action of hypoglycemic agents, especially insulin. It is important that the calorie content and nutritional value (the content of proteins, fats and carbohydrates), both daily and at each meal, be approximately the same. This prevents sudden fluctuations in blood sugar.
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Nutrition for diabetes with diseases of the liver and gall bladder

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