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Recommended products for exacerbation of inflammation of the liver and acute inflammation of the gallbladder


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bread wheaten yesterday;
soups are cooked on mucous broth with mashed cereals, vegetables or on vegetable broths with finely chopped vegetables - potatoes, carrots, zucchini, pumpkin, boiled rice, manna, oatmeal, noodles, you can add egg-milk mixture to soups, which is prepared mix a raw egg with an equal volume of milk, and season with butter and sour cream;
Low-fat varieties of meat in the form of steam cutlets, soufflé or mashed potatoes;
low-fat varieties of fish and poultry are mostly chopped, but soft varieties and parts are allowed from time to time by a piece, they are cooked in water or steamed;
boiled and wiped vegetables: potatoes, zucchini, pumpkin, carrots, beets, cauliflower in the form of mashed potatoes, soufflé, casseroles;

porridges are cooked on water with the addition of milk in a grated kind, allow puddings;
The eggs are added to the dishes and given in the form of steam protein omelets;
milk in kind or in dishes; fresh non-acid curd in kind or in dishes - casseroles, soufflé, puddings; cheese is not sharp - Russian, Yaroslavl, Uglich; fermented milk drinks, non-acidic; sour cream in small quantity in a dish;
jelly, mashed potatoes, jelly, baked apples, pears, jam and jams of 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; sauce bechamel with a small amount of sour cream (do not fry), fruit and berry sweet gravy;
tea, tea with milk, surrogates of coffee with milk, broth of wild rose;
butter is added to the prepared dish no more than 30 grams per day, vegetable - with good tolerability.
Exclude:

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

The recommended products will help to make a daily diet with the connection of necessary dishes and products.
EXAMPLE MENU ON DAY WITH EXTRACTION OF LIVER INFLAMMATION AND ACUTE INFLAMMATION OF GIN BUBBLES
The first breakfast: raw meat, rice porridge, milk, wiped, tea with milk.
Second breakfast: curd pasta or baked apples.
Lunch: oatmeal soup with vegetables, meat steak cutlets with boiled vermicelli, compote of apples (wiped).
Afternoon snack: broth of dogrose, crackers with sugar.
Dinner: steamed fish steaks with mashed potatoes, pudding from buckwheat with cottage cheese (mashed), tea.
At night: fruit jelly.

The first breakfast: a protein steam omelet from two eggs, milk porridge, milk and tea.
The second breakfast: apple puree.
Lunch: soup slimy milky oatmeal, meat meat cutlet, buckwheat mashed cereal, compote strained.
Afternoon snack: cottage cheese washed.
Dinner: steamed fish cutlets, mashed potatoes, tea.
At night: kefir.
If liver damage is combined with obesity, diabetes, then nutrition with reduced caloric content - up to 1000 calories - is necessary. Once in 7-10 days you can do the fasting days: cottage cheese, apple, milk, kefir, fruit and berry and others. At the same time, the amount of carbohydrates, salt and protein content is limited, on the contrary, it increases.
When a liver disease is combined with an acute chronic gastritis or peptic ulcer, the food is given in a cleaned form.
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Recommended products for exacerbation of inflammation of the liver and acute inflammation of the gallbladder

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