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Diet food

Diet is one of the important treatment methods for many diseases, and for such as mild diabetes mellitus, alimentary obesity is the only one. In clinical nutrition, not only the correct selection of products is important, but also the observance of the culinary processing technology, the temperature of the food consumed by the patient, the frequency and time of eating.
Exacerbations of many diseases are associated with various excesses in nutrition: chronic pancreatitis after eating fatty sour cream, pancakes, alcoholic beverages, fried foods; violations in the diet for diabetes lead to a sharp increase in blood sugar, dry mouth, increased thirst, fatty infiltration of the liver and pancreas progresses; an increase in blood pressure in patients suffering from hypertension is observed with the use of salty foods, the treatment prescribed is not very effective.
In all medical treatment and sanatorium institutions use the number system of diets. Many of them have several options, for example: N 1a, 16, N 7a, 76, 7c, 7g. Since you will meet these diets in hospitals and sanatoriums, we introduce you to them, keeping the numbering indicating the diseases in which they are prescribed.
If the aggravation of the disease has passed and the patient has returned to an active lifestyle, the general principles of the diet should not change: first of all, this applies to products excluded from food, but you can expand the methods of culinary processing (stew, bake after boiling), include home-canned vegetables. The lack of vitamins can be compensated by ready-made pharmacy forms (hexavit, decamevit, gentavit, etc.), a decoction of rose hips, wheat bran. In all diets, alcoholic beverages are prohibited, in individual cases, the attending physician decides on their use.
When two diseases requiring dietary nutrition are combined in one patient, nutrition is prescribed in compliance with the principles of both diets. So, with an exacerbation of peptic ulcer in a patient with diabetes, the N1 diet is prescribed, but with the exception of all products contraindicated in diabetes.

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