Pancreatitis menu

The best food for pancreatitis

PANCREATITIS MENU

What can I eat?

After taking into account the recommended foods for pancreatitis, it is possible for a person to be confused or not be clear how to eat normally.

Non recommended food for pancreatitis

Food and habits to be removed when pancreatitis.

We recall that a pancreatitis diet should be:

  • Virtually with no fat (only olive oil is used, up to 30ml daily.)

  • Rich in protein (a protein food at each meal)

  • Each meal must contain grains or tubers

  • With vegetables in main meals

  • Fruits, fresh and baked

  • Use very little oil or any other type of fat in the preparations or dressings.

  • Dishes can be sweetened with sugar or honey.

  • You can serve it with bread.

  • If you are still hungry you can take these foods: nonfat yogurt, cheese 0 %, bread, mashed potatoes, potato or sweet potato, bread rusks

  • In case of diabetes a moderate carbohydrate intake according to one’s medication.

* More information: Pancreatitis and diabetes.

EXAMPLE OF SOME MENUS FOR PANCREATITIS

The following shows examples with vegetarian options for the daily food intake of people with pancreatitis:

DAY 1

mandarines

A mandarin can be eaten for lunch

Breakfast

Skimmed milk or soy

Bread Rusks

Strawberry Jam

Mid-morning snack

Yogurt with papaya

Lunch

Zucchini Rice

Papillote Fish / Boiled Tofu

Green Salad

Mandarin

Mid-afternoon snack

Apple

Skimmed yogurt drink

Dinner

Mashed potatoes without oil

Asparagus omelette (only two egg whites without yolk)

A pineapple slice

Supper

Nonfat yogurt with oats

DAY 2

tomato salad

A tomato salad

Breakfast

Apple juice

Rice cakes with jam

Mid-morning snack

Papaya

Skimmed milk or soy milk

Lunch

Pasta with tomato sauce and extruded soy protein

Baked chicken without oil

Tomato salad with cheese 0 %

2 fresh apricots

Mid-afternoon snack

Yogurt with strawberries and oats

(Or a shake with these ingredients)

Dinner

Cream of zucchini with potato

Tofu, fish or white meat

Fruit compote

Supper

Curd

Infusion

DAY 3

chickpeas with spinach

Photography chickpeas with spinach

Breakfast

Yogurt with papaya and oatmeal.

Infusion

Mid-morning snack

Skimmed milk or soy milk

Bread with jam

Lunch

Spinach with chickpeas ( only 1-2 chickpeas handfuls)

White fish or tofu

Roasted potatoes

Figs

Mid-afternoon snack

Bread rusks with quince

Skimmed milk or soy

Dinner

Russian salad with potatoes, carrots, tender beans and tofu or boiled chicken

Salad of lettuce with tomatoes and cheese 0 %

Orange

Supper

Skimmed milk or soy milk

DAY 4

roasted sweet potato, opened

Photo of roasted sweet potato, opened

Breakfast

Carrot and apple juice

Bread with jam

Mid-morning snack

Soybeans shake with oats and fruit

Lunch

Gazpacho with bread

Chicken or tofu with roasted potatoes

Baked apple

Mid-afternoon snack

Roasted Sweet Potato

Pineapple juice

Dinner

Tomato salad, 0 % cheese and beetroot

Zucchini omelet (only egg white, without egg yolk)

Bread

Pear in syrup

Supper

2 tangerines

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Article updated on: 22 April, 2019

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