Diet in Health and Disease

Diet in Health and Disease

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...for Nervous Dyspepsia. (After the fifteenth Day.) Protein. Fat. TM 7 A. M.: 500 gm. milk... 17.0 18.2 240 small cup of coffee or tea (20 gm. cream) 0.7 5.0 0.7 80 gm. cold meat 30.8 2.0 8 A. M.: Milk-toast 4.5 0.5 29.0 20 gm. butter 0.3 16.6 0.1 100 gm. baked potatoes 1.8 10.0 25.0 10 A. M.: 300 gm. milk 10.2 10.9 14.4 Noon: 300 gm. milk 10.2 10.9 14.4 200 gm. soup 2.2 4.0 11.4 200 gm. beef 76.4 5.4 1 p. M.: 200 gm. potatoes 6.2 1.7 42.6 125 gm. prunes 0.4.. 8.8 200 gm. of farinaceous food of any kind 12.8 21.2 45.0 3.30 p. M.: 500 gm. milk 17.0 18.2 24.0 300 gm. milk 10.2 10.9 14.4 5.30 P. M.: 80 gm. cold meat 30.8 2.0 milk-toast 4.5 0.5 29.0 20 gm. butter 0.3 16.6 0.1 8 P. M.: 80 gm. broiled meat 30.8 2.0 40 gm. zwieback 0.6 5.2 33.2 500 gm. milk 17.0 18.2 24.0 9.30 p. M.: 500 gm. milk 17.0 18.2 24.0 20 gm. zwieback 0.3 2.6 16.6 295.0 199.8 380.2 DIET IN HYPERCHLORHYDRIA OR HYPERACIDITY. By the term hyperchlorhydria is meant an increase in the secretion of muriatic acid in the stomach. In the treatment of this condition the main object is to prevent this increase in acid; this is best accomplished by regulation of the diet. All irritating foods, such as spices or condiments (pepper, mustard, vinegar), should be avoided, and the use of all strong alcoholic beverages and of hard substances, which are apt to irritate the stomach, such as nuts, should be interdicted. Food must be thoroughly masticated, and should be taken neither too cold nor too hot. The class of foods that seem to be best suited are the proteins, since they combine with and therefore neutralize the excess of acid; for this reason foods containing an abundance of protein, such as eggs, meat, and fish, may be given quite freely; carbohydrates should be administered in...show more

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  • Paperback | 284 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 513g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123657656X
  • 9781236576569