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Diet with increased caloric intake (3500-3600 calories)


Diet with increased caloric intake is recommended for the depleted, weakened patient.
PRODUCT SET FOR DAY
Bread black 500 g.
Potatoes 450 g.
Vegetables (except potatoes).
Buckwheat, oatmeal, pearl barley 70 g.
Beef category II 220 g or
Chickens of the II category 220 g.
Sausage of boiled low-fat varieties 60 g.
Eggs 1 piece.
Cottage cheese skimmed in 200 g.
Russian cheese 50 g.

Milk 400 g
Kefir 400 g.
Sour cream 30 g.
Butter 25 g
Flour 5 g.
Tomato sauce 10 g.
Apples 400 g.
Xylitol 20 g.
Sugar 20 g.
Tea 1 g.
Coffee 3 g.
Tomato juice 200 g.
Apple juice 100 g.
Meat broth 300 g.
EXAMPLE MENU FOR A MONDAY MONDAY
First breakfast: tomatoes 200 g, buckwheat porridge, tea with sugar, Russian cheese.

The second breakfast: mashed potato, sausage boiled low-fat
varieties, milk.

Lunch: rassolnik on a meat broth with sour cream, beef stroganoff from boiled meat, cottage fat, apple juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: omelette stuffed with meat, green peas, fat-free cottage cheese, kefir, xylitol tea.
At night: kefir.
TUESDAY
First breakfast: carrot grated, curd cheese souffle
skim cottage cheese, sausage boiled low-fat varieties, tea with sugar.
The second breakfast: porridge porridge, milk.
Lunch: Ukrainian soup with sour cream, boiled fish with sour cream sauce, fried potatoes or potato cutlets, apple juice.
Snack: apples.
Dinner: vegetable ragout with meat, tea with xylitol, cottage cheese
skim, kefir.
At night: kefir.
WEDNESDAY
First breakfast: fresh cabbage salad, oatmeal porridge, tea with sugar.

The second breakfast: mashed potato, sausage boiled low-fat
varieties.


Lunch: soup on meat broth, boiled meat, green peas, apple juice.
Snack: apples, berries, oranges.

Dinner: salad of fresh cucumbers and tomatoes with vegetable oil, meatballs meat, tea with xylitol.
At night: kefir.
THURSDAY
First breakfast: salad of raw vegetables with vegetable oil, egg white omelet, tea with sugar, Russian cheese.
The second breakfast: porridge buckwheat crumbly, milk, apples.
Lunch: rassolnik on a meat broth with sour cream, beef stroganoff from boiled meat, cottage fat, apple juice.
Snack: apples or berries.
Dinner: pudding from cottage cheese, cutlets from cabbage, tea with xylitol, kefir.
At night: curdled milk.
FRIDAY
First breakfast: tomatoes, buckwheat porridge, tea with sugar, Dutch cheese.

The second breakfast: mashed potato, sausage boiled low-fat
varieties, milk.
Lunch: pea soup with meat or cold meat, sausages boiled, cabbage stewed, tomato juice.
Snack: apples or oranges.
Dinner: scrambled eggs, green peas, cottage cheese, fat, kefir, tea with xylitol.
At night: kefir.
SATURDAY
First breakfast: vinaigrette, fat-free cottage cheese with sour cream, tea with sugar.
The second breakfast: porridge buckwheat crumbly, milk, apples.
Lunch: vegetable soup, rump steak with mashed potatoes and green peas, apple juice.
Snack: apples or berries.
Dinner: salad of fresh cucumbers and tomatoes, kelly steamed meat, sausage boiled low-fat varieties, kefir, tea with xylitol.
SUNDAY
First breakfast: salad of fresh cucumbers and tomatoes or from carrots and beets, non-fat cottage cheese, tea with sugar, Dutch cheese.

The second breakfast: porridge buckwheat crumbly, sausage boiled
low-fat varieties, milk.
Lunch: meat soup with pearl barley, fish meat steaks,
mashed potatoes with cucumber, tomato juice.
Snack: apples or oranges.
Dinner: salad from sauerkraut with beetroot, omelet protein, curd fat-free with sour cream, tea with xylitol.
At night: kefir.
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Diet with increased caloric intake (3500-3600 calories)

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