Diet in diseases of the liver and gall bladder should have a gentle effect on the inflamed organ, stimulate bile secretion and promote the normal functioning of the digestive system.Patients were advised to eat five times a day, every three hours, and in small portions.

authorized products

Soups - not fried vegetables or cereals, and dairy soups, cooked on a diluted or having a low percentage of fat milk.

Bread is better to eat rye or wheat, but stale, yesterday.Permission is granted to one egg per day, from which you can cook an omelet steam.

Low-fat dairy products can be consumed in moderation.Meat useful are beef, chicken, turkey, rabbit.Cutlets steamed, boiled meat, stewed with vegetables.Chicken meat is consumed boiled or baked form without the skin.

Allowed lean fish - cod, pike, perch.The fish is also baked or boiled.Vegetable dishes are basic in the diet of patients.Preference should be given a salad of raw or cooked vegetables, vegetable stew, mashed potatoes.Displaying eating beets, carrots, potatoes, zucchini, cauliflower, pumpkin.

can eat crisp oatmeal, boiled in water or diluted milk, boiled noodles, pasta, casseroles.Allowed all sour fruits and berries - ripe strawberries, raspberries, strawberries.Drinks - weak tea, juice, coffee with milk, compote of dried fruits.

Prohibited products

Persons suffering from diseases of the liver and gall bladder should limit the consumption of foods that irritate the mucous membrane of the bile ducts and gall bladder.These include fatty, smoked, fried, salty and spicy dishes.It is also forbidden the use of ice cream because it is too cold food leads to a reduction of the bile duct and bladder.

pathology of the liver accompanied by a difficult digestion of fats, so all fatty foods should be completely excluded from the diet of the patient.Allowed only use vegetable oil because it has a choleretic effect and displays the body of cholesterol.

Prohibited are fatty dairy products, meat, fat, liver, fish and eggs of salmon, sturgeon, herring, canned and fresh tomatoes, cheese, sausages, other meats, spicy seasonings, strong tea and coffee, raw onions, garlic, radishes, rutabagas, sour berries and fruit, pastries, chocolate, carbonated beverages, vinegar, spices, alcohol.

basic rule to be followed is always - do not overeat, especially at bedtime.