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Diet № 10

Diet № 10

Diet № 10 This diet is designed to reduce the functional load on the cardiovascular system and increase urination. It is characterized by the restriction of table salt, the use of liquids, as well as acute and spicy substances, a decrease in the total caloric content of the diet....

Diet No. 1a

Diet No. 1a

Diet No. 1 a Applicable: for maximum thermal, chemical, and mechanical gastric irritation. Used to relieve motor and secretory functions. All of the products and dishes that have a pronounced sokon effect are excluded from food: .These foods include meat broths, rich soups, ...

Safe consumption of nitrates

Safe consumption of nitrates

Safe consumption of nitrates Consumption of green vegetables ( salad, parsley, dill, etc.) rarely exceeds 100 grams per day, and most often is about 50 g. Hence it follows that with one portion you can get less than a third ofsafe daily dose of nitrates. Beetroot is known to ...

Danger of nitrates

Danger of nitrates

Nitrate hazard Nitrates, or, otherwise, salts of nitric acid, are a normal product of the exchange of nitrogenous substances of any living organism, both vegetable and animal. Therefore, such foods, which in their composition do not contain any nitrates, are not found in nature. E...

Nitrate content in various plants

Nitrate content in various plants

Nitrate content in various plants As noted above, nitrates are a normal product of nitrogen metabolism in plants. Their maximum content is observed during the period of maximum maturation of plants. In most cases, they appear before harvesting begins. From this it follows that in unr...

Diet No. 10 b

Diet No. 10 b

Diet № 10 b This diet is designed to eliminate lipid metabolism and inhibition of atherosclerosis. Principles of nutrition: The main principles of this diet is to reduce the calorie content of food by reducing the intake of animal fat in the diet and, to a lesser extent, due t...

Diet № 2

Diet № 2

Diet № 2 It is used: to limit mechanical irritations of the stomach against the background of preserving the action of chemical stimuli in order to stimulate the appetite, its secretory function. Foods used: , food is excluded from food, which can induce intestinal relaxatio...

Adapted Milk Blends

Adapted Milk Blends

Adapted milk mixtures Adapted milk formulas are made from high-quality cow milk and its components, such as whey, cream and lactose. In addition, they add sunflower, corn, soy or coconut vegetable oil as a valuable source of unsaturated fatty acids and tocopherols( vitamin E), as wel...

Alkaloids

Alkaloids

Alkaloids You can also mention two alkaloids contained in potatoes. These are substances such as solanine and hakonin, belonging to the group of steroidal alkaloids .In the peel of potatoes and the greenish part of the tuber during its germination and greenery, the level of solanine...

Biogenic amines

Biogenic amines

Biogenic amines From biogenic amines, compounds such as serotonin, tyramine, and histamine, which have a vasoconstrictor effect, have been studied to a greater extent. Serotonin is mostly found in various vegetables and fruits. So, for example, in tomatoes there is 12 mg / kg of sero...