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5year old diagnosed of Primary PTB. Need to know the specific nutritional pattern

hello. My name is AAAAA and Im worried to my daughter 5year old having diagnosed of Primary PTB. i just wan want to know the specific nutritional pattern for her. is it advisable to limit milk intake. she love drinking milk and i dont know if it is good to her because i read some notes that must be remove milk in her diet ..
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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Respected sir/madam,
Regards from myself Dr Chandan Narwani. From Primary PTB , I mean it must be Primary Pulmonary Tuberculosis. In diet, your daughter must be having protein and callorie rich diet. Milk is protein rich diet, and there is no need to limit milk intake. Other foods that are good for her are eggs, meat, legumes, cereals , pulses,soyabeans, nuts etc. Out of all foods, eggs have highest levels of proteins of very good quality. Do not worry , your child will be well soon. Thank you
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