August
12
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Gastroenterology

What could have pancreatitis?

If your doctor prescribes treatment during exacerbation of chronic pancreatitis, it is listed under the №1 always desks 5P.What is a dietary table 5P and that it eat, tell you in this article.

Content

  • 1 What is possible?
  • 2 What is not?
  • 3 Can I drink with pancreatitis?
    • 3.1 Can honey pancreatitis?
    • 3.2 Can I eat shrimp with pancreatitis?
    • 3.3 Can I eat sushi with pancreatitis?
  • 4 Do I need to diet during remission?
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Immediately, I note - this diet is not forever.It is therapeutic, appointed for a period of deterioration, but as restoring their pancreatic function for a long time, stick to it for not less than one and a half months.

So should eat often, 5-6 times a day, and gradually.

That could and should have pancreatitis:

And from the use of the products listed below should give up:

No.Alcohol can not drink with pancreatitis.Vodka, rum, liqueur, champagne, beer or wine - all t

he same: every use of alcohol - a reason for the aggravation.

most dangerous scenario - pancreatic necrosis, where the probability of death reaches 70-80%.

Honey pancreatitis therapeutic action is not.And if there is a violation of endocrine function, any simple carbohydrates (sugar, honey, jam) should simply be deleted.

But is worsening, as a sweetener for tea or porridge, honey can be used.

Since shrimp and shellfish contain a lot of protein and fats, and carbohydrates, on the contrary, few, most gastroenterologists do not object to their use in patients with chronic pancreatitis diet - of course, boiled, not fried.

As used for sushi raw fish, pickled vegetables, hot spices (wasabi), then the answer - definitely not.

In remission to return to the use of the most odious products - meats, pickles, cakes with cream and meat with crispy crust - perhaps still not worth it.Reasonable limitations better than frequent exacerbations, is not it?

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