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Recommended products for exacerbation of liver inflammation and acute gallbladder inflammation


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wheat bread yesterday;
soups are prepared on a mucous broth with grated cereals, vegetables or on vegetable broths with finely chopped vegetables - potatoes, carrots, zucchini, pumpkin, boiled cereals - rice, semolina, oatmeal, noodles, and egg-milk mixture can be added to soups, which is prepared combining a raw egg with an equal volume of milk, and season with butter, sour cream;
lean meats in the form of steam cutlets, soufflé or mashed potatoes;
low-fat varieties of fish and poultry are mainly chopped, but soft varieties and parts are allowed from time to time with a piece, they are boiled in water or steamed;
boiled and mashed vegetables: potatoes, zucchini, pumpkin, carrots, beets, cauliflower in the form of mashed potatoes, soufflé, casseroles;

cereals are cooked on water with the addition of milk in a pureed form, puddings are allowed;
eggs are added to dishes and given in the form of steam protein omelets;
natural milk or in dishes; fresh non-acidic cottage cheese in its natural form or in dishes - casseroles, soufflé, puddings; mild cheese - Russian, Yaroslavl, Uglich; non-sour fermented drinks; sour cream in a small amount in a dish;
jelly, mashed compote, jelly, baked apples, pears, preserves and jams from sweet berries and fruits; sugar, honey, fruit caramel, marmalade; with good tolerance, about 100 g of ripe strawberries, strawberries, raspberries are allowed per day; juices apple, cherry, strawberry in half with hot water;
a small amount of parsley and dill; bechamel sauce with a small amount of sour cream (do not fry flour), fruit and berry sweet gravy;
tea, tea with milk, substitutes for coffee with milk, broth of wild rose;
Butter is added to the finished dish no more than 30 g per day, vegetable - with good tolerance.
Excluded:

fatty meats (lamb, pork), poultry (duck, goose) and fish, fried and stewed meat; sausages, smoked meats, canned goods; liver, kidneys, brains; fried and salted fish, canned fish;
fat cottage cheese with high acidity, spicy cheese, mutton, beef and pork fat;
legumes, pasta, millet, pearl barley, crumbly cereals;
mushrooms, sauerkraut, radish, radish, onion, garlic, sorrel;
meat and fish broths, cold snacks, acidic fruits and berries, rich in fiber, chocolate, ice cream, halva, creams, spices, cocoa, cold, carbonated drinks, alcohol.

Recommended foods will help you create a daily diet with the connection of the necessary dishes and products.
EXAMPLE MENUS FOR A DAY FOR EXPERIENCE OF LIVER INFLAMMATION AND ACUTE INFLAMMATION OF THE GALL BLADDER
First breakfast: meat cheese, mashed rice milk porridge, tea with milk.
Lunch: curd paste or baked apples.
Lunch: mashed oatmeal soup with vegetables, steamed meat cutlets with boiled vermicelli, apple compote (mashed).
Snack: broth of wild rose, crackers with sugar.
Dinner: fish steam cutlets with mashed potatoes, buckwheat pudding with cottage cheese (mashed), tea.
At night: fruit jelly.

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: homemade cottage cheese.
Dinner: steam fish cutlets, mashed potatoes, tea.
At night: kefir.
If liver damage is combined with obesity, diabetes, then nutrition with a reduced calorie content is needed - up to 1000 calories. Every 7-10 days you can do fasting days: curd, apple, dairy, kefir, fruit and berry, and others. At the same time, the amount of carbohydrates, salt is limited, the protein content, on the contrary, increases.
With a combination of liver disease with exacerbated chronic gastritis or peptic ulcer, food is given in pureed form.
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