Diet nursing patients with cholangiocarcinoma

By | November 1, 2011

Gallbladder cancer in patients with Yi Shi fresh vegetables, eggs, steamed fish, not eat fried, fried, fatty foods, not eating red dates, longan, white fungus prone to cause bloating and other supplements.
Cholangiocarcinoma in patients with diet treatment (a) capsule diet therapy after resection
(1) carrot soup: sliced or shredded carrot and big stick amount of porridge;
(2) Yiyiren porridge: Coix seed 50 grams, 100-150 grams of rice, porridge and water consumption;
(3), radish, beans, celery and so on.
Cholangiocarcinoma in patients with dietary treatment (b) transfer of diet gallbladder
(1) Shenmai porridge: 3 grams of American ginseng, Ophiopogon japonicus 10 grams, were chopped to increase rice 100 grams, with the porridge, for breakfast food;
(2) Shenqi porridge: heterophylla 10 grams, 10 grams of wolfberry fruit, astragalus 10 grams, 50-100 grams of rice, with porridge for breakfast or snack food.
Cholangiocarcinoma in patients with dietary treatment (c) diet after palliative surgery
(1) radish wild rice porridge: radish wild rice, 30 grams, shredded, and increase rice 100 grams of porridge consumption;
(2) Yiyiren porridge: Coix seed 50 grams, 100-150 grams of rice, porridge and water consumption;
The best diet in patients with normal bile duct, should maintain a low fat, low cholesterol, high protein diet, not eat the brain, liver, kidney, fish and fried food, but should not eat fat, avoid alcohol, so as not to affect liver function, or cause bile duct stones.
Cholangiocarcinoma in patients with diet care, easily digestible food should be preferred. Recently after surgery to minimize the intake of fat and cholesterol, do not eat or less fat meat, fried foods, animal offal, may be appropriate if necessary for taste with some olive oil to cook food. To increase the protein-rich foods to meet the needs of human metabolism, such as lean meat, fish, soy products and so on. Eat foods rich in dietary fiber, vitamins in foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables. Develop regular eating habits, and to be smaller meals to accommodate the physiological changes after cholecystectomy. Symptoms of dyspepsia will probably last for six months or so, over time, the gradual expansion of the common bile duct, will partly replace the role of the gallbladder, indigestion symptoms will gradually ease. Cholangiocarcinoma patients when diet also can gradually transition to normal.

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