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Standard hospital diets

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Standard hospital diets

  1. 1. Soft Diet Definition: It is an adequate diet that is soft in consistency, easy to chew, made up of simple easy digestible foods, It is appropriate for patients who have few or no teeth or ill-fitting dentures.Indication: •acute infections •certain gastroinstestinal disorders andat the post- operatiave stage.
  2. 2. Soft Diet Food Sources:  very tender minced  ground  stewed or creamed beef,  lamb  liver  fish  cooked vegetables  Pasta  soft raw fruits  soft bread and cereals  all desserts that are soft and cheeses
  3. 3. Clear Liquid Diet Definition:  a diet containing no solid foods, is often prescribed for gastrointestinal illness or before or after certain types of surgery involving the mouth or gastrointestinal tract. Indication: indicated for the postoperative patient gastrointestinal illness laboratory procedures
  4. 4. Clear Liquid Diet Food sources:  Clear water  Clear sodas  Plain gelatin  Honey  Ice pops without bits of fruit or fruit pulp  Tea or coffee without milk or cream
  5. 5. Full Liquid Diet Definition:  all foods that are liquid or are liquid at room temperature, It provides more calories than the clear liquid diet, but is still liquid in the stomach and intestinal tract which is essential for patients who cannot chew or swallow solid foods. Indication: • for the postoperative patient • gastrointestinal illness
  6. 6. Full Liquid Diet Food Sources:  cook cereals  Custards  ice cream or sherbets  Eggnog  all strained fruit juices  creamed vegetable soups  Yogurt  seasoning
  7. 7. Low Protein Diet Definition: is a diet in which people reduce their intake of protein. Indication: people with kidney or liver disease
  8. 8. Low Protein Diet Food Sources:  Meat, fish  poultry, eggs  Milk  Yogurt  Cheese  Peanut butter
  9. 9. Low Cholesterol Diet Definition:  diet is designed to reduce fat and cholesterol blood levelsIndication: •people with hyperlipidemia •atherosclerosis •gallbladder stone •other cardiovascular diseases
  10. 10. Low Cholesterol Diet Food Sources:  Chicken and turkey with skin removed  rabbit  wild duck  squirrel  Oat cereals  Unsalted crackers  Pretzels  vegetable juices  Sunflower  Safflower

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