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Should a person suffering from hepatocellular jaundice consume a liquid or solid diet ?

Liquid or Semi solid diet plan for patient who is suffering from Hepatocellular Jaundice Hello Doctor , My aunt who is 90 year old she is suffering from Hepatocellular jaundice, Elergy from Milk and curd , her pottesium level is also low. Dr. suggest take protien (approx 40 gm protien in the diet) and pottesium rich diet (liquid and semi liquid diet). Kindly suggest diet plan for the same. Regards PJ
Asked On : Mon, 9 May 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
She should take complete rest
Take more glucose powder or glucose water with lime.
take high protein diet.
more fresh citrus fruits,juice etc.
Avoid fatty food,oily things
add viamin B complex,vitamin c supplements.
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Naturopathy & Yoga Specialist Dr. Sneha's  Response

Diet plan for jaundice should include good amount of calories deriving mainly from Carbohydrates( cereals) and fruits and of course some amount of Proteins as well.
Fruits like Banana, Apple, Pears, Musumbi, Orange etc are a good source of potassium If your aunt cannot eat a whole fruits you can give them as juices. Sugar cane juice is very good Liver tonic. Also veg juices like Carrot/ beetroot juices will be of good help in healing.
Cereals could be given in the form of Kanji... Rava porridge, Ragi malt,Rice porridge and soya porridge will provide good calories hence strength to her..

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