Diet for gallstones - the principles of power - Causes and symptoms

October 28, 2010

  • Diet for gallstones - the principles of nutrition
  • Causes and symptoms

The reasons and the main features of cholelithiasis

Gallstone disease - a disease caused by the formation and the presence of gallstones Gall bladder: structure and function  Gall bladder: structure and function
   and in bile ducts. This disease can occur for various reasons. This interaction of genetic predisposition, eating disorders, metabolic disorders Metabolism: The basis of life of all living things  Metabolism: The basis of life of all living things
 Infections, disorders of bile flow and so on. As a result of these factors change the physicochemical properties of bile, bile becomes able to stone formation. With long-term course of the disease in the biliary tract inflammation develops. On the composition of gallstones are divided into cholesterol, cholesterol-pigment, pigment, limestone and complex, with a heterogeneous composition.

The manifestations of gallstone disease is very diverse: it can take the form of constant pain, diarrhea, bouts of colic (acute pain associated with the passage of biliary stones paths) and so on.

For large stones located at the bottom of the gall bladder, in the walls of the latter may develop pressure ulcers, resulting in possible stepped perforation of the gall bladder wall and out of infected bile into the abdominal cavity with the formation of ulcers and peritonitis (inflammation of the inner membrane covering the abdomen - peritoneum). At long clogged neck of the gallbladder and bile stasis it may be it fester. Blockage stone common bile duct results in obstructive jaundice, at which bile pigments in large quantities into the blood, skin staining with yellow.

 Causes and symptoms | Diet for gallstones - the principles of nutrition

Basic principles of clinical nutrition

When gallstones diet should pursue chemical, thermal and mechanical sparing gastrointestinal tract. To do this, the patient excluded from the diet certain foods and all dishes are prepared with a special cooking. In some cases, the assignment of only one clinical nutrition has a positive effect: general condition improves, decrease pain, diarrhea, and so forth.

Of these patients, diet excludes foods and dishes containing spices, extractive substances and substances that irritate the mucous membrane of the gastrointestinal tract: all kinds of pepper, mustard and mustard sauce, onion, garlic Garlic health: almost a panacea  Garlic health: almost a panacea
 , Radishes Radish: useful properties and rules of use  Radish: useful properties and rules of use
 , Radish. Excluded are also meats, pickles, mushrooms, broth (meat, fish, mushroom), hot sauces, refractory animal fats (lamb, beef, pork lard), fatty fish, sausages, cakes and cream cakes, muffins, all products containing chocolate and cocoa, and coffee. All these products are difficult to digest and can exacerbate the disease.

Not recommended as foods containing roughage and promoting increased gas (flatulence) in the intestine: rye bread, peas, beans.

The negative effects have cold food and beverages that may cause spasm of smooth muscles of the gallbladder or bile ducts, thereby strengthening the pain and congestion.

 Causes and symptoms | Diet for gallstones - the principles of nutrition

What is recommended to eat

If cholelithiasis for cooking meat, use lean beef and chicken. To prepare fish dishes - low-fat river fish, cod, herring are well soaked (cod and herring are rich lipotropics, allowing better digest fats).

Useful low-fat dairy products - milk, yogurt, cottage cheese. Cottage cheese is a source of high-grade animal protein, which is also easy to digest because it contains lipotropic factor - choline. Sour cream - only low-fat and a small amount. Fats - butter and vegetable oil. Eggs - boiled (boiled) in the form of an omelette. From cereals are recommended buckwheat, oats, rice and semolina. Buckwheat and oats contain lipotropics. Widely use different vegetables, fruits and berries, except for sour varieties. Especially useful carrots, pumpkins, watermelons, melons. As sweets - candy, marmalade, jam, honey.

All dishes are subject to special cooking, in which they become soft and semi-liquid consistency (cutting, pyurirovanie, splicing until soft, steaming). Completely excluded roasting.

An essential prerequisite for successful treatment is as strict adherence to the diet. Meals should be in the same clock, in small portions, at least five times per day.

Galina Romanenko

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  • cholelithiasis

The diet for the treatment of cystitis - the right diet - what foods to avoid

August 9, 2013

  • The diet for the treatment of cystitis - the right diet
  • What foods to avoid

 diet for the treatment of cystitis which products should be avoided

What kind of products should be avoided

Some products may cause irritation of the bladder Urinary bladder - structure and function  Urinary bladder - structure and function
 . They are recommended to be avoided during exacerbations of cystitis, to prevent a worsening of symptoms. Listed below are just those products which most often cause irritation of the bladder, but this does not mean that they should be excluded from the diet. Each person has their own triggers to identify by trial and error, noting how the body reacts to a particular food and drinks.

 What foods to avoid | diet for the treatment of cystitis - the right diet

So, the most common triggers are cystitis:

  • Tomatoes and tomato products - such as ketchup, tomato paste, and so on;
  • Chocolate;
  • Drinks containing caffeine (coffee in addition, they include a variety of teas and energy drinks);
  • Spicy food;
  • Any drinks and foods, which were used for the production of oranges, tangerines, grapefruit, peaches Peaches: benefits and harms of sun fruits  Peaches: benefits and harms of sun fruits
 , Nectarines;
  • Salad dressings and other foods containing white vinegar;
  • Artificial sweeteners;
  • Cola and other soft drinks;
  • Alcoholic drinks;
  • Yogurt containing sweeteners and other additives;
  • Salt;
  • Soy sauce;
  • White rice;
  • Oats;
  • Rye;
  • Wheat;
  • Wheat germ;
  • Bran;
  • Corn flour;
  • Popcorn;
  • Pasta;
  • Baked goods made with white flour;
  • Black beans;
  • Walnuts;
  • Pecan;
  • Cashew nuts;
  • Coconut;
  • Pistachios;
  • Brazil nuts;
  • Peanuts;
  • Macadamia;
  • Mustard;
  • Mayonnaise;
  • Nutmeg;
  • Salsa;
  • Worcestershire sauce;
  • Barbecue sauce;
  • Bow;
  • Green pepper;
  • Avoid any processed foods, oily foods, refined carbohydrates and dry foods (such as chips, crackers, and so forth).

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  • treatment of cystitis