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Objectives
Dietary modifications
Sample diet plan
To remember
 
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  • Objectives
    Wed,09 Jun 2010 22:43:03
    • To provide adequate nutrition
    • To provide rest to the digestive tract
    • To maintain continuous neutralisation of gastric acid
    • To minimize acid secretion
    • To reduce mechanical, chemical and thermal irritation to the lining of the stomach

  • Dietary modifications
    Wed,09 Jun 2010 22:43:03
    Energy: patients suffering from peptic ulcers are undernourished and therefore, need an increased energy intake. In case of patients at bed rest, the energy needs for activity are not utilised and make up the extra needs.

    Proteins: A high protein diet is advised as this promotes healing. Proteins also have a buffering action. Though milk protein has a good buffering action, the high calcium content of milk stimulates acid production. A high milk intake delays the healing of the ulcers and thus milk should be used in moderation. Eggs and other high protein foods can be included to meet the requirements.

    Fat: Fat should be used in moderate amounts. Emulsified fats like butter, cream etc. are better tolerated.

    Carbohydrates: Carbohydrates are used to meet the energy needs. Foods containing harsh and irritating fibre should be avoided.
  • Sample diet plan
    Wed,09 Jun 2010 22:43:03
    Meal
    Menu
    Early morning
    Milk
    Breakfast
    Suji kheer
    Boiled egg / scrambled egg
    Bread
    Mid morning
    Papaya
    Lunch
    Dal and vegetable khichri
    Ghia raita / potato raita
    Mid afternoon
    Fruit cream
    Evening tea
    Banana milk shake
    Bread and butter or jam / plain cake / paneer or cheese sandwich
    Dinner
    Chapatti / Boiled rice
    Mixed vegetable
    Curd
    Bed time
    Custard
  • To remember
    Wed,09 Jun 2010 22:43:03
    • Eat smaller meals
    • Eat slowly
    • Eat bland foods
    • Avoid citrus fruits and juices
    • Avoid coffee, tea and cola
    • Avoid smoking
    • Avoid stress

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