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An approximate menu for the day with cirrhosis of the liver with exacerbation of the disease


I. First breakfast: steamed soufflé meat, mashed rice milk porridge.
Second breakfast: baked apple with sugar.

Snack: broth of wild rose, crackers with sugar.
Lunch: vegetarian pearl barley soup with vegetables, meatballs
meat steams, boiled vermicelli, fruit jelly.
Dinner: meat steamed meatballs, carrot puree, cottage cheese pudding without sugar, jelly.
At night: kefir.
II. First breakfast: meat cheese, milk porridge
mashed tea with milk.
Second breakfast: pureed milk curd.
Lunch: oat soup with vegetables (mashed), meat cutlets steam with boiled vermicelli, apple compote (mashed).
Snack: broth of wild rose, crackers with sugar.
Dinner: steam fish cutlets with mashed potatoes, curd pudding, tea.

At night: fruit jelly.
III. First breakfast: cottage cheese souffle, mashed rice milk porridge, tea.
Second breakfast: baked apple with sugar.
Lunch: pearl barley soup with veggie vegetables, meat cutlets steam with mashed carrots, jelly.

Snack: broth of wild rose.

Dinner: steamed fish knives with mashed potatoes, semolina casserole with sweet gravy, tea.
At night: kefir.
IV. First breakfast: a protein steam omelet from two eggs, semolina porridge, tea with milk.
Second breakfast: applesauce.
Lunch: milk oat mucous soup, steam meat cutlet, buckwheat mashed porridge, strained compote.
Snack: mashed cottage cheese.
Dinner: steam fish cutlets, mashed potatoes, tea.
At night: kefir.
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An approximate menu for the day with cirrhosis of the liver with exacerbation of the disease

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