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Approximate menu for a week with peptic ulcer of stomach and duodenum (diet 16)


This therapeutic diet is recommended for patients with peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, acute gastritis and chronic gastritis with preserved secretion after the abolition of diet 1a.

MONDAY
First breakfast: rice porridge milky mush, omelet, milk.

The second breakfast: milk, cream curd or cream from yogurt.
Lunch: oat mucous soup, soufflé from boiled meat, mashed potatoes liquid, compote of dried fruits.
Afternoon snack: milk.
Supper: porridge buckwheat milk mucous, soft-boiled egg, milk.
At night: milk.
TUESDAY
First breakfast: milk porridge, omelette, milk.
The second breakfast: milk, cream curd.
Lunch: soup rice milky mucous, mashed potatoes liquid, compote of dried fruits.
Afternoon snack: milk.
Dinner: porridge oat mucous milk, soft-boiled egg, milk.
At night: milk.
WEDNESDAY
First breakfast: porridge semolina, soft-boiled egg, milk.
The second breakfast: milk, cream curd.

Lunch: oat milky mucous soup, soufflé from boiled meat,
mashed potato, compote.

Afternoon snack: milk.
Dinner: rice porridge milky mush, omelet, milk.
At night: milk.
THURSDAY
First breakfast: porridge oatmeal mucous, omelette, milk.
The second breakfast: milk, cream curd.
Lunch: semolina dairy soup, cheese souffle with cherry
gravy (steam), mashed potatoes liquid, compote.
Afternoon snack: milk.
Supper: porridge buckwheat milk mucous, soft-boiled egg, milk.
At night: milk.
FRIDAY
First breakfast: porridge semolina, soft-boiled egg, milk. The second breakfast: milk, cream curd.
Lunch: oat milky mucous soup, souffle from pike-perch with butter (steam), compote.

Afternoon snack: milk.

Dinner: rice porridge, mashed, omelet, milk.


At night: milk.
SATURDAY
First breakfast: rice porridge milky mush, omelet, milk. The second breakfast: milk, cream curd.
Lunch: oat milky mucous soup, soufflé from boiled meat, mashed potatoes, liquid, compote.
Afternoon snack: milk.
Supper: porridge buckwheat milk mucous, soft-boiled egg, milk.
At night: milk.

SUNDAY
First breakfast: porridge oatmeal mucous, soft-boiled egg, milk.
The second breakfast: milk, cream curd.
Lunch: soup rice milky mucous, soufflé from pikeperch with butter (steam), jelly.
Afternoon snack: milk.

Supper: porridge semolina, milk, scrambled eggs.

At night: milk.
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Approximate menu for a week with peptic ulcer of stomach and duodenum (diet 16)

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