Food therapy and conditioning method for lumbar disc herniation. Lumbar intervertebral disc is an important part of the body, which plays a role in buffering pressure and protecting the spinal cord. However, the emergence of lumbar disc herniation has seriously affected people's health and normal life. Who knows what to eat for lumbar disc herniation? If people master what to eat for lumbar disc herniation, they can do a good job in the prevention and health care of lumbar disc herniation in daily life and reduce the impact of lumbar disc herniation on our body.
For patients undergoing surgery, what to eat for lumbar disc herniation? Lumbar disc herniation should eat more foods rich in cellulose before, after and during rehabilitation, such as celery, agaric, bamboo shoots, apples and bananas, so as to keep the stool unobstructed. If the stool is not smooth, you can drink light honey water or light salt water in the morning.
For lumbar disc herniation, pay attention to appropriate protein supplement before operation. The daily amount of protein can reach about 100-150g. Try to choose foods rich in high-quality protein, such as milk and dairy products (skimmed fresh milk or milk powder is best for older patients), eggs, soybean powder, animal liver and kidney, lean meat, fish, chicken, yogurt, etc. Six meals a day.
One night before surgery (if not diabetes), you can eat more fat free sweets. The arrangement of the recipe is based on the original diet. Pay attention to adding 1 portion of whole fat or skimmed milk, 1-2 portions of yogurt, 1 egg, an appropriate amount of soybean powder or tofu, and an appropriate amount of animal liver or kidney.
After the operation, you can eat mainly vegetables and fruits. Put a little salt and oil on the vegetables and cook them. Eat vegetables and drink soup; Drink more fresh juice. Pay attention to protein supplement, preferably milk, egg yolk, yogurt, etc. Drink less tea and coffee.
If you lose too much blood during operation, add a little animal liver, blood products and tofu to your diet. A small number of meals (more than 6 meals a day).
In the rehabilitation period, pay attention to proper waist movement. Pay attention to supplement calcium, magnesium, vitamin D and vitamin B in diet. Calcium rich foods such as milk, beans, shrimp, kelp, etc. eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, properly supplement animal liver, diversify diet, and drink less cola drinks. If the diet is small, you can eat some nutritional supplements appropriately.