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Pancreatitis diet

PANCREATITIS DIET - DIETARY TREATMENT OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS

What can I eat if I have pancreatitis

Pancreatitis is a serious disease of the pancreas that can be acute or chronic.

The pancreas has digestive functions and eating can increase the pain in these cases due to the involvement of this organ.

Just by means of smelling or tasting a food, the body stimulates the pancreas to start releasing substances in the intestines that allow you to digest and absorb the eaten foods.

This disease is treated in a hospital, where, during the first days, intravenous nutrition (serum) are administered until the pain ceases.

Characteristics of pancreatitis
Explanatory drawing of pancreatitis. Courtesy of:
www.dibujosparapintar.com

General guidelines for pancreatitis

If you are just passing an attack of pancreatitis, you should take a strict diet to introduce foods properly so as not to experience diarrhea.

In general, these guidelines will be followed:

- The introduction of the food will be made when directed by the physician and under his/her control.

- Eat low fat: Initially, you will NOT take any oil (or other fat) during meals until other foods are tolerated.

- Nuts, meats, fatty meats, cookies and pastries are totally contraindicated.

- When a food or beverage causes pain, stop taking it and try again later.

INITIAL DIET FOR ACUTE PANCREATITIS

FIRST DAYS

- Fasting in the hospital with enteral nutrition (intravenous drip) until the pain subsides.

- You can only eat when directed by the physician.

- Before taking any food, you should tolerate drinking water.

INTRODUCTION OF FOOD

- Natural fruit juices, or sugared water.

- Vegetables with little fiber, boiled and WITHOUT OIL: zucchini, onions, carrots, etc..

- If tolerated, boiled potato

- Boiled rice

- Soy drink

- Puffed rice cakes

IF PREVIOUS FOOD ARE TOLERATED

- Boiled white fish, papillote or microwave.

- Soy protein powder

- Or hard boiled egg without the yolk

- Bread Rusks

- Boiled corn

- Other grains: quinoa, buckwheat, oats, etc..

- Add little oil to preparations. Increase gradually.

RECOMMENDED MEALS

The most desirable during the first weeks of recovery is that the patient can eat rice and a protein food with a little oil.

- If you do not tolerate oil, do not take it and use supplementation of short and medium chain triglycerides.

Examples of meals:


Vegetable broth with rice
Boiled fish with a little oil + boiled potato
Apple juice

*

Boiled rice with boiled vegetables (onion or zucchini)
Hard boiled egg (no yolk) + boiled potatoes with a little oil
Pear juice

*

Courgette soup with potatoes and soy protein powder
Boiled rice
Non-fat yoghurt
Apple juice


punto rojo More information
about PANCREATITIS in the listing above.

* More information: Sample menu for pancreatitis

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