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Approximate one-day menus for diseases of the cardiovascular system with circulatory failure I-II and degree


First breakfast: cream cheese, semolina porridge
(half serving), tea with milk.

Lunch: fresh apples.

Lunch: pearl barley soup with vegetables (half portion) vegetarian, boiled meat with carrot puree, apple compote.
Snack: broth of wild rose.
Dinner: boiled fish with boiled potatoes, fruit pilaf (half portion), tea with milk.
At night: yogurt.
First breakfast: soft-boiled egg, milk oatmeal porridge, tea with sugar.
Lunch: baked apples with sugar.
Lunch: potato soup (half portion), boiled beef, beets, mashed potatoes, cranberry juice.
Snack: broth of wild rose.
Dinner: vegetable stew, cottage cheese pudding (half portion), tea.
At night: kefir.
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Approximate one-day menus for diseases of the cardiovascular system with circulatory failure I-II and degree

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