Gastrointestinal diet: what can you eat with treatment table number 2?

Gas­troin­testi­nal dis­eases are an exten­sive group of patholo­gies, main­ly includ­ing inflam­ma­to­ry process­es of the stom­ach and intestines of var­i­ous eti­olo­gies. In addi­tion to drug ther­a­py, prop­er nutri­tion plays a sig­nif­i­cant role in the treat­ment of such dis­eases. In this arti­cle, we will talk about the gas­troin­testi­nal diet — treat­ment table num­ber 2.

To begin with, let’s fig­ure out for what dis­eases treat­ment table No. 2 is pre­scribed? This diet is pri­mar­i­ly indi­cat­ed for chron­ic gas­tri­tis with secre­to­ry insuf­fi­cien­cy dur­ing a peri­od of not pro­nounced inflam­ma­tion. Chron­ic gas­tri­tis is one of the most com­mon non-com­mu­ni­ca­ble dis­eases and ranks first in the struc­ture of the pathol­o­gy of the gas­troin­testi­nal tract, which was proved by sci­en­tists from the Yaroslavl State Med­ical Uni­ver­si­ty in a paper pub­lished in 2021.

Also, diet num­ber 2 is used for acute gas­tri­tis, acute and chron­ic inflam­ma­tion of the small and large intestines.

How to eat right with the treatment table number 2?

The main direc­tion of this diet is a mod­er­ate spar­ing of the organs of the diges­tive sys­tem.

Dish­es that have under­gone var­i­ous heat treat­ments are allowed to be con­sumed, in par­tic­u­lar boiled, stewed, baked and even fried, but with­out a rough crust.

It is advis­able to grind the prod­ucts before eat­ing them, but there are no strict rec­om­men­da­tions regard­ing this point. Under the ban are indi­gestible food, very hot and very cold dish­es.

A sick per­son is rec­om­mend­ed a frac­tion­al diet — four or five times a day with a small amount of a sin­gle serv­ing. Be sure to drink enough — at least one and a half liters of flu­id dur­ing the day.

List of prohibited and permitted products

List of prohibited and permitted products

To begin with, let’s fig­ure out what you can eat with the treat­ment table num­ber 2.

First of all, the patient can eat stale bread made from wheat flour, lean bak­ery prod­ucts. Cot­tage cheese, milk, kefir and oth­er fer­ment­ed milk prod­ucts are also allowed. In the diet, you can enter soups on low-fat meat or fish, veg­etable broth, lean meats and fish (prefer­ably in the form of cut­lets, less often — a piece).

Var­i­ous cere­als cooked in milk or water, hav­ing a semi-vis­cous con­sis­ten­cy, veg­eta­bles, ripe and soft fruits and berries in grat­ed form, soft-boiled eggs — all this is allowed to be con­sumed.

What foods should be avoid­ed on diet #2? These include:

    today’s bread, pastry and puff pastry products;
    fatty meat, canned meat and smoked meats;
    fatty fish, smoked, salted and canned fish dishes;
    pearl barley, barley and corn grits, millet — limited;
    mushrooms and legumes, cucumbers, sweet peppers, onions;
    unripe berries and fruits with coarse grains or skins;
    savory snacks and more.

As for drinks, with this diet, you can drink tea with the addi­tion of milk, cof­fee, veg­etable and berry juices, pre­vi­ous­ly dilut­ed with water, rose­hip broth. It is rec­om­mend­ed to give up kvass and grape juice.

By Yraa

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