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Achalasia & Nutrition: A Detailed Dysphagia Diet Part Six

Wednesday, July 15, 2009 @ 02:07 PM
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Source: Jackson Siegelbaum Gastroenterology

 

Level 5 Modified Regular Foods

Foods in this group are soft, moist, regularly textured foods

Hot Foods

Cold Foods

Soft, moist meat, fish, poultry

Soft cheeses

Baked fish

Cottage cheese

Meat Salads

Cream cheese

Soufflés and omelets

Yogurt

Eggs

Milk

Stuffed shells

Milkshakes

Spaghetti with meat sauce

Cold dry cereals (no nuts, dried fruit, coconut)

Cooked cereal

Crackers

French toast or pancakes

Soft breads (no hard rolls)

Toast

Fruit juices or nectars

Noodles or pasta (no rice)

Canned fruit

Potatoes (all types)

Ripe bananas

Soft, cooked vegetables (no corn, lima, or baked beans)

Peeled, ripe, fresh fruit

Creamed soups or vegetable soup

Cakes (no nuts, dried fruit, coconut)

Canned chicken noodle soup

Plain doughnuts

Gravies

Ice cream

Bacon dressing

Pudding, mousse, custard

Sauces: cheese, creamed, barbecue, tomato, white

Fruit ice, Italian ice, sherbet

Decaffeinated tea or coffee

Whipped gelatin

 

Regular gelatin

 

Canned fruited gelatin molds

 

Sugar, syrup, honey, jam, jelly

 

Cream

 

Non-dairy creamer

 

Margarine

 

Oil

 

Mayonnaise

 

Ketchup

 

Mustard

 

Sample Menu, Level 5

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

  • orange juice  1/2 cup
  • oatmeal  1/2 cup
  • cheese omelet
  • toast  1 slice
  • decaffeinated tea  1 cup
  • whole milk  1 cup
  • non-dairy creamer
     2 Tbsp
  • ketchup  1 Tbsp
  • margarine  1 tsp
  • salt  1/4 tsp
  • sugar  2 tsp
  • jelly  2 tsp
  • pineapple juice  1/2 cup
  • hamburger on bun  3 oz
  • steak fries  1/2 cup
  • green beans  1/2 cup
  • applesauce  1/2 cup
  • decaffeinated coffee
     1 cup
  • whole milk  1 cup
  • non-dairy creamer  2 Tbsp
  • margarine  1 tsp
  • salt  1/4 tsp
  • sugar  1 tsp
  • ketchup  2 Tbsp
  • turkey barley soup  3/4 cup
  • Hawaiian chicken  3 oz
  • mashed potatoes  1/2 cup
  • fresh broccoli  1/2 cup
  • frozen yogurt  1/2 cup
  • decaffeinated tea  1 cup
  • non-dairy creamer  2 Tbsp
  • saltine crackers  6
  • margarine  1 tsp
  • salt  1/4 tsp
  • sugar  1 tsp

 

This Sample Diet Provides the Following

Calories

2851

Fat

120 gm

Protein

129 gm

Sodium

4062 mg

Carbohydrates

327 gm

Potassium

4609 mg

 

One Response to “Achalasia & Nutrition: A Detailed Dysphagia Diet Part Six”

  1. Diane K says:

    If you are looking for more places to buy dysphagia nutrition products, I'd recommend the Nestle Nutrition store, where you can buy Resource Thickenup, and their thickened liquids which fall in line with the National Dysphagia Diet. 

     


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