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What is Soft diet?

The diet which is easy to digest and does not contain fat oil (low cholesterol diet ).

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Diet in typhoid fever?

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As the patient is actually ill and anorexic, a high energy, high protein, full fluid diet is recommended in the beginning. Small meals are given at frequent intervals of 2 to 3 hours. Sufficient intake of fluids and salts should be ensured.
As soon as the fever...
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Hi,
My baby is 9 and half months.He is only 6.5 kilos and weight has increased very less in last 2 months (about .5 kilo increased). I give him cornflakes with fruits at breakfast.Can I give cornflakes to my baby ? I give him lunch after 3 hours of breakfast and I give him Dal rice beans boiled.At 8 pm I give him again dal rice with carrot or beet and potatoes boiled. At night I give him milk 2 times.He also takes breast milk in between solid foods.Is the diet chart ok?Can I introduce ghee or butter for him so that his weight increases?can you suggest some diet chart that will help to increase his weight considering that his weight is less and he is always doing lots of activity
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Congrats on your son

Unfortunately cornflakes would not be an appropriate cereal at this point, you can consider using this when he is over a yr. The reason is that most adult cereals do not have enough calories to enough growth at 9 months and his growth will slow down.
You can consider using...
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I am making smoothies due to dental work where teeth are being removed temporarily.
And I am finding this working with a blender. And using vegetables of all kinds, as well as fruits for smoothies. Hummus basic is also taken in spoon fools for protein.
This is ok?
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In regard to your query, I think you underwent or going for extraction I believe food after the extraction or during extraction is soft diet for 3-4 days is enough any how you are making softies with all the required nutrients so nothing to worry happily you can have it. Hope thus helps you...
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my baby doesnt eat apple, banana, she is 10 months old. I give her rice dhal and either crrot,greenpeas,potato all well boiled and pureed. I give this food twice a day. she eats 7 to 8 oz at one sitting and the rest she drinks breast feed. how far is her diet correct. when can I start tomato,cheese in her diet ?
After 6 months the requirement of baby for other then mother milk increases.this is the most crucial period.What ever you are giving is right.You can give her clear vegetable soup,fruit juice etc.even you can try baked potato,mashed banana,apple etc,do not try to give too many new things at a...
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I just got one of my upper wisdom teeth removed. There is a brownish/reddish liquid that is mixed with my saliva. There is no pain or excessive swelling. It has been a period of one day. I have been following the wash procedures (salt water) and maintaining a liquid/soft diet. As well as brushing. Is there any need for a concern?
Hello, Welcome Thanks for consulting HCM,
I have gone through your query, you have undergone wisdom tooth extraction approx one day ago dont worry brownish saliva may bedue to betadine pack given you after extraction and as you have said that there is no pain in socket , no swelling so not to...
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FOODS SUITABLE FOR PARKINSON'S PATIENT WITH DYSPHAGIA
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Thanks for posting your query.

Parkinson's patient must be served a balanced diet comprising of fruits,veggies,meat etc.Since the patient also has complain of dysphagia avoid giving hard to chew foods.

1)Give frequent smaller meals in a day.

2)For breakfast you can give oatmeal made with...
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Ive had diarrhea for 4+ days now. Just recently it turned to water with lotsof cramping. I had a molar pulled 6 days ago. Was given keflex 6 days before the procedure and for 3 days after. I m notsure if it is a combination of the antibiotic and the soft diet I m on. Last night I ate solid forthwith 1st time seemed to make it worse I had meatloaf w/mashed potatoes and margerine. The days before I drank chocolate milk and apple sauce along with passion fruit juiceand chicken broth and chocolate pudding all on the dentist advice. All last night I was on the stool and itwas watery and mucous white/yellowish colored I have been drinking plenty of fluids along with pepto bismol after each stool. I tied to hold off ontakong Imodiu
Hi...it diarrhea caused due to antibiotics intake...it will resolve after they are over...till then take preprobiotics and plenty of fluids...

Dr. Ashish Verma
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My mother in law is 70 yrs old and has colon cancer . Was due for surgery on Monday but suddenly she had atrial fabrilation, probably due to the bowel cleaning. Now she is stable and going in for surgery tomorrow. I searched the net a lot to find out what should be her diet plan after the first few days at the hospital. What all indian foods she can eat and more importantly, what to avoid. Am only finding western diets. Please suggest on what can be eaten and what should be avoided. We are basically South indian and vegetarian. This is what i have for now: Avoid: vinegar, citrus fruits, raw veggies, tomatos, skim milk (more acid), corn, Check VitaminC tolerance, fried, high in sugar, gummy food like bread, Gas prod food (corn, beans, peas, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, onions, lentils), whole grain bread\cereals Eat every 2-3 hrs ( approx. 6 times) Try: Not too ripe Banana, Skinless cooked potatoes, cooked carrots, small portions of low fat milk, soy milk
Hello.
Thanks for writing to us.
she can only have a soft easy to digest food .
She can try BRAT diet- bread, rice plain, applesauce, fruit pulps, baked potatoes, soup- clear, fruiot juices, etc.
Avoid milk and milk products, caffeine, junk food, too spicy food etc. You can put her on more of a...
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what should I eat if i have typhoid fever
Hello ,
Thanks for posting your query.
Dietary modifications are important for typhoid as it is a disorder of the gastrointestinal tract.
The most important thing is to maintain your energy intake to atleast 1000_1200 kcal per day and good water intake about 3_4 litres per day .This will ensure...
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Hello Doctor, my son who is 10 age,is suffering frm typhoid frm 10th aug but now frm 3-4 dys he is free frm fever taking extacef 300 mg twice a day .so,now wat food should i giv to him as also he asking for chapati so should i give or not. Now he is feeling very week n tired.so plz suggest me the Right food...
Thanking you..
Hi,
Typhoid is a gastro-intestinal disease so to give rest to system give light diet like milk, rice, fruit juices, ice cream etc.
You can give one chapati and dal water after 2-3 days.
Ok and take care.
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