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


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

porridges are cooked in water with milk added in a shabby form, puddings are allowed;
eggs are added to dishes and given as steam protein omelets;
milk in its natural form or in dishes; fresh sour cottage cheese in its natural form or in dishes - casseroles, souffles, puddings; soft cheese - Russian, Yaroslavl, Uglich; non-fermented milk drinks; sour cream in a small amount in the dish;
jelly, pureed compote, jelly, baked apples, pears, jam and jams of sweet berries and fruits; sugar, honey, fruit caramel, marmalade; with good portability, about 100 g of ripe strawberries, strawberries, raspberries are allowed per day; apple, cherry, strawberry juice in half with hot water;
a small amount of parsley and dill; Bechamel sauce with a small amount of sour cream (flour not to fry), fruit and berry sweet gravy;
tea, tea with milk, coffee-and-milk substitutes, dogrose broth;
Butter is added to the finished dish no more than 30 g per day, vegetable - with good endurance.
Excluded:

fatty meats (lamb, pork), poultry (duck, goose) and fish, roasted and stewed meat; sausages, smoked meats, canned goods; liver, kidneys, brains; fried and salted fish, canned fish;
curd fat and with high acidity, spicy cheese, lamb, beef and pork fat;
legumes, macaroni, millet, pearl barley, crumbly cereals;
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.

Recommended products will help to make a daily diet with the connection of the necessary dishes and products.
EXAMPLE MEANS FOR DAY WITH ACCIDENT OF INFLAMMATION OF THE LIVER AND ACUTE INFLAMMATION OF THE GALFARY BUBBLE
First breakfast: meat cheese, rice milk grated porridge, tea with milk.
The second breakfast: curd paste or baked apples.
Lunch: pureed oatmeal soup with vegetables, steam meat patties with boiled noodles, apple compote (pureed).
Snack: decoction of hips, crackers with sugar.
Dinner: fish stew cutlets with mashed potatoes, buckwheat pudding with cottage cheese (grated), tea.
For the night: fruit jelly.

First breakfast: protein steam omelet from two eggs, milk semolina porridge, tea with milk.
The second breakfast: apple sauce.
Lunch: slimy milk oatmeal soup, steam meat patty, buckwheat grated porridge, compote strained.
Lunch: homemade cottage cheese.
Dinner: fish stew burgers, mashed potatoes, tea.
For the night: kefir.
If the liver damage is combined with obesity, diabetes, then you need food with a reduced calorie content - up to 1000 calories. Once in 7-10 days you can do fasting days: cottage cheese, apple, dairy, kefir, fruit and berry and others. This limits the amount of carbohydrates, salt, protein content, on the contrary, increases.
When combined liver disease with acute chronic gastritis or peptic ulcer disease is given in the form of wiped.
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