Diet for hepatitis

Hepatitis is literally the disease that causes inflammation of the liver and there are currently 3 main viruses that can cause this disease. They are named in alphabetical order: A, B and C.

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In principle they do not need any specific diet, avoid alcohol, Stimulants (caffeine, tea, guarana, chocolate, etc.), Drink water to avoid dehydration (without excess) and try to make the liver work little, that is, avoid fats. And if you have to take any medication without a prescription, it is vital that you consult your doctor, as much of the medication is incompatible and should be changed.

Among the products to avoid would be:

  • oil and canned in oil
  • chocolate
  • Red meat
  • blue Fish
  • butter or margarine
  • Coffee and tea
  • fried

In spite of everything there are diets called "Liver protection" They are low in fat and may help you, but they are not required. Also keep in mind that if you are losing weight (something relatively common with this disease) you should see a doctor, as you may need a high calorie diet.

The following diet is a slightly hypocaloric and liver protection diet:

DAY 1

Breakfast

A glass of skim milk with chicory
A tablespoon of sugar
50 g of toasted bread
75 g of jam.
100 g applesauce

Meal

Mashed potato (if it is on top and without butter, the better)
100g grilled or microwaved beef fillet (avoid oil)
A soft-boiled egg.
200 g of fruit.

Snack

200 cc of skimmed milk
100 g of fruit.
75 g of jam.

Price

Thick semolina soup (30 g dry).
150 g of cooked fish
Corn porridge (15 g with 200 cc of milk).
50 g of jam.

 

DAY 2

Breakfast

A glass of skim milk with chicory
A tablespoon of sugar
50 g of toasted bread
75 g of jam.
100 g applesauce

Meal

200 g of cooked green beans
150 g of cooked chicken with 80 g of rice.
Skimmed yogurt or a piece of fruit.

Snack

200 cc of skim milk with chicory (or decaffeinated coffee)
100 g of fruit. 75 g of jam.

Price

Mashed vegetables.
A soft-boiled egg.
Grilled chicken breast
150 g of fruit.

 

DAY 3

Breakfast

A glass of skim milk with chicory (or decaffeinated coffee)
A tablespoon of sugar
50 g of toasted bread
75 g of jam.
100 g applesauce

Meal

Cooked vegetable panaché 
170 g of white fish cooked with tomato (natural)
50 g of Burgos cheese.
Fruit.

Snack

200 cc of skimmed milk with chicory or decaffeinated coffee
Custard or other dairy product.
75 g of jam.

Price

Tapioca soup (30 g dry).
100 g of roast veal with salad.
100 g of fruit
50 g of jam.

 

DAY 4

Breakfast

200 cc of skimmed milk with chicory or decaffeinated coffee
A tablespoon of sugar
50 g of toast or 5 Maria cookies.
75 g of jam. 100 g of peeled fruit.

Meal

Mashed vegetables
100 g of serrano ham without bacon.
A poached egg with 80 g of baked potatoes.
50 g of Burgos cheese.
Fruit.

Snack

200 cc of skimmed milk with chicory or decaffeinated coffee
100 g of fruit.
75 g of jam.

Price

Asparagus vinaigrette or artichokes with lemon 
150 g of cooked fish (can be combined with artichokes)
Custard (200 cc of milk) or fruit.

 

DAY 5

Breakfast

200 cc of skimmed milk with chicory or decaffeinated coffee
A tablespoon of sugar (or sweetener)
50 g of toast or 5 Maria cookies.
75 g of jam. 100 g of peeled fruit.

Meal

150 g of cooked macaroni with natural tomato (avoid cheese, cream and canned tomato)

100 g of beef filet
A yogurt.

Snack

200 cc of skimmed milk with chicory or decaffeinated coffee
200 g of skimmed yogurt that can be combined with the compote.
75 g compote.

Price

Potato ouré. A poached egg.
Rice pudding (80 g cooked and 200 cc of milk).
100 g of fruits.

 

DAY 6

Breakfast

200 cc of skimmed milk with chicory or decaffeinated coffee
A tablespoon of sugar (or sweetener)
50 g of toast or 5 Maria cookies.
75 g of jam or 100 g of peeled fruit.

Meal

Rice soup (of envelope)
100 g of cooked chicken and 100 g of roast potatoes.
100 g of baked potatoes
200 cc of milk.

Snack

200 cc of skimmed milk with chicory or decaffeinated coffee
100 g of fruit.
75 g of jam.

Price

Tapioca soup (30 g dry)

170 g of cooked white fish with asparagus and tomato.
50 g of Burgos cheese.
50 g of jam.

 

DAY 7

Breakfast

250 cc of skimmed milk with chicory or decaffeinated coffee
4 cookies.
20 g of jam.
50 g of compote.

Meal

Mashed potato with one yolk.
Fish with bechamel.
Fruit jelly.

Snack

Yogurt with 15 g of sugar.
4 cookies.
50 g of quince.

Price

Tapioca soup.
York Ham 50 g
2 cheeses.
Custard.


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  1.   Alexander Salvatierra said

    Can you eat a little piece of walnut?

    1.    gumo-art said

      I know you may love morzilla ... but it is pure rest of the baca mixed with the blood, I do not think they pasteurize the vaquita to make it ...

      1.    gumo-art said

        animalll cow is written with «v» ... hahaha .. sorry

        1.    Sasa said

           And mixed with «Z» and pasteurized with «C» ...