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creamed or pureed soups. dried fruits and nuts     1. solid food   1. tender. cooked cereals. Foods Allowed²all foods that are liquid or are liquid at room temperature 3. white bread. tea. coffee. custards. sharp cheeses. Purpose²for post-op patients after full liquid or for patients with infections or GI problems 2. Foods Allowed²milk. fruit ices. coffee. raw fruits and vegetables. Foods Not Allowed²milk products. stewed. this is often ordered. baked or broiled potatoes 3. 2. or creamed 3. Purpose²to provide hydration to a post-op patient 2. popsicles. fruit juices with pulp     1. beans. minced. 1. Purpose²after a post-op patient tolerates clear liquids. bouillon. very hot or cold beverages  . fat-free broth. Foods Not Allowed²coarse or whole grain breads. gelatin. citrus fruits. Foods Allowed²tea. soda 3. whole grains. Foods Not Allowed²nuts. Foods Allowed²all foods that are soft. Purpose²to eliminate irritating foods to allow the stomach lining to heal (ulcer patients) 2. Foods Not Allowed²strongly flavored and highly seasoned foods. meats.

Foods Not Allowed²cheeses. and high fiber foods   1. eggs. fats. Purpose²to reduce fiber for patients with Crohn¶s disease. meats. Foods Allowed²clear fluids. peeled white potatoes 3. colon or rectal surgery.  1. sugar. Purpose²to provide bulk in the stool and bring water into the colon for patients with constipation or diverticulitis . diarrhea. salt. fried foods. 2. esophagitis. some milk. refined cereals and white breads. highly seasoned foods.

whole grains 3. Foods Allowed²raw fruits and vegetables. Foods Not Allowed²minimize low fiber foods ¢   . 2.

Foods Not Allowed²all wheat. soy flour. barley. Purpose²for patients with kidney. oats: many prepared foods such as creamed sauces or breaded foods (may contain thickeners and fillers)  . Purpose²eliminates gluten. milk 3. corn.  1. Foods Not Allowed²canned prepared foods. most prepared seasonings not labeled low sodium  ¢  1. cardiovascular disease or hypertension to control the retention of sodium and water and thus lower blood pressure 2. vegetables. rye. 2. Foods Allowed²rice. table salt. eggs. milk. fruits. Foods Allowed²natural foods without salt. a protein found in wheat products. meat. and meat in limited quantities 3. These are used for patients with malabsorption syndromes such as celiac disease.

Foods Allowed²most meats. cheese and ice cream . such as milk. cereals and grains 3. for patients who cannot metabolize it 2. Purpose²to reduce or eliminate foods with lactose. fruits and vegetables. Foods Not Allowed²foods containing lactose. 1.

poultry without skin. 2. pork ! "  1. asparagus. Foods Allowed²most vegetables (except cauliflower). beef. eggs. lamb. egg yolks. fruit juices. cereals. 1. Purpose²to reduce the intake of cholesterol in order to lower blood cholesterol levels 2. Foods Allowed²fruits. skim milk 3. lean meats and fish. It is used with patients who have gout or uric acid kidney stones. peas. in the diet. shrimp. Foods Not Allowed²organ meats. cottage cheese . vegetables. which is a precursor of uric acid. spinach. Purpose²to reduce the amount of purine.

dried peas. nuts beans. poultry. whole wheat. oatmeal. fish.   . Foods Not Allowed²organ meats. 3. lentils.