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Nutrition in diabetes with liver and gallbladder diseases


Nutrition in the treatment of this disease should improve metabolic processes that are disturbed by diabetes mellitus and diseases of the liver and gallbladder. In the diet of diabetic products are introduced that improve the functioning of the liver, enhancing biliary excretion and contributing to the normalization of intestinal activity. Food that prevents the liver from working is excluded from the diet. The menu is recommended to include milk and dairy products in moderation. Cottage cheese and dishes from it in boiled and baked forms are especially recommended (it is impossible to fry products). The fats are acceptable butter and vegetable - sunflower, olive. However, the fats in the diet must be limited, as are the eggs (no more than one yolk per day). From the first courses, borscht, beetroot soup, fresh cabbage soup, cereal soup with vegetables are recommended - on vegetable broth, fruit and dairy. Second courses are made from meat - lean beef, veal, poultry, and also from lean fish in boiled or baked (after otaprivaniya) form.
From cereals and pasta, crumbly and semi-viscous cereals, puddings, casseroles are suitable. Vegetables and greens, in addition to sorrel and spinach, can be eaten raw, boiled and baked, pumpkin and carrots are especially useful. Fruits and berries are selected non-acidic varieties. From drinks use compotes, jelly, tea, coffee, natural, weak. Bread is allowed wheat and rye yesterday's pastries.
Food is enriched with vitamins due to the use of rosehip broth, fresh raw berries and fruits, various non-acidic berry and fruit juices, tomatoes, raw carrot puree. It is recommended to drink a lot of juice. They eat 5-6 times a day, necessarily in accordance with the rhythm of the action of glucose-lowering agents, especially insulin. It is important that the calorie 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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Nutrition in diabetes with liver and gallbladder diseases

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