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Nutrition with an average calorie content (2500-2600 kcal)


Nutrition with an average calorie content is recommended for patients with normal weight during moderate work. Most patients with diabetes need to receive this particular nutrition in combination with sugar-lowering drugs and insulin.

PRODUCT SET FOR DAY
Black bread 300 g
Potato 140 g
Vegetables (except potatoes) 784 g.
Buckwheat, oat, pearl barley 50-55 g.
Meat (beef of the II category).
Hens (II category).
Doctor's type sausage 50 g.

Fat-free cottage cheese 100 g.


Milk 540 g.
Kefir yogurt 200 g.
Sour cream 15 g.
Butter 15 g.
Vegetable oil 10 g.
Flour 5 g.
Sugar 20 g.
Xylitol 30 g.
Tomato sauce 15 g.
Apples 200 g.
Tea 1 g.
Coffee 3 g.
Tomato juice 200 g.
Eggs 2 pieces.

SAMPLE MENU WEEKLY
MONDAY
First breakfast: tomatoes, fat-free cottage cheese, tea with milk and xylitol, non-fat boiled sausage.
Second breakfast: viscous buckwheat porridge, milk.

Lunch: pickle with meat and sour cream, boiled stew,
stewed cabbage, tomato juice.


Snack: apples.
Dinner: sauerkraut salad with beets with vegetable oil, protein omelette, tea with milk and sugar.
At night: kefir.
TUESDAY
First breakfast: grated carrots, curd souffle
fat-free cottage cheese, boiled sausage low-fat varieties, tea with xylitol.
Second breakfast: pea porridge, milk.
Lunch: pearl barley soup on chicken stock, fried chicken, carrot puree, tomato juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: sauerkraut salad with beets, boiled fish, tea with sugar.
At night: kefir.
WEDNESDAY
First breakfast: canned cabbage salad, 1 egg, Dutch cheese 50 g, coffee with milk and xylitol.


Second breakfast: milk pearl barley porridge, milk.

Lunch: pickle with meat and sour cream, boiled stew,
stewed cabbage, tomato juice.

Snack: apples.
Dinner: 9% fat cottage cheese, tomatoes, tea with sugar and milk.
At night: kefir.
THURSDAY
First breakfast: tomatoes, fat-free cottage cheese, coffee with milk and xylitol, boiled sausage low-fat varieties.
Second breakfast: milk oatmeal porridge, milk.
Lunch: borsch with meat and sour cream, aspic fish, fresh cabbage salad with vegetable oil, tomato juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: amateur or squash caviar, carrot cutlets, tea with milk and sugar.
At night: kefir.
FRIDAY
First breakfast: fat-free cottage cheese cottage cheese pancakes, cheese
Russian tea with xylitol.

Second breakfast: milk buckwheat porridge, milk.

Lunch: pea soup, boiled meat, stewed cabbage, juice
tomato.

Snack: apples.
Dinner: sauerkraut salad with beets, tea with sugar.
At night: kefir.
SATURDAY
First breakfast: 1 egg, sauerkraut salad, low-fat boiled sausage, coffee with milk and xylitol.
Second breakfast: milk pearl barley porridge, milk.
Lunch: vegetable soup, steamed meatloaf, stewed carrots, tomato juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: fat-free cottage cheese, tomatoes, tea with milk and sugar.
At night: kefir.
SUNDAY
First breakfast: amateur caviar, protein omelette, boiled chicken, coffee with milk and xylitol.
Second breakfast: milk oatmeal porridge, milk.
Lunch: borsch on meat broth with sour cream, meat cutlets, steam, stewed cabbage, tomato juice.

Snack: apples.
Dinner: cottage cheese of 9% fat, grated carrots, tea with sugar.
At night: kefir.
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Nutrition with an average calorie content (2500-2600 kcal)

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