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Herbal Phentermine (SlimFast)

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SOFT DIETS
Mechanical soft diet
The Mechanical Soft Diet differs from the normal diet only in that it is limited to soft foods for those who have difficulty in chewing because of no teeth or poorly fitting dentures. No restriction is made upon the diet for seasonings or method of food preparation.
The normal diet is modified in the following ways:
1. Meat and poultry are minced or ground; fish usually is sufficiently tender without further treatment.
2. Vegetables are cooked. They may be cooked a little longer than usual to be sure they are soft, and may be diced or chopped.
3. Chopped raw tomatoes and chopped lettuce are sometimes used.
4. Soft raw fruits: banana, citrus sections, berries, grapes, diced soft pear, peach, apple, apricots, melons. All canned and frozen fruits.
5. Soft rolls, bread, and biscuits instead of crisp rolls, crusty breads.
6. All desserts on a normal diet that are soft, including pies with tender crusts, cakes, puddings. Finely chopped nuts and dried fruits.
Soft fiber-restricted diet
The Soft Fiber-Restricted Diet is a nutritionally adequate diet that differs from the normal diet in being reduced in fiber content and soft in consistency. It is used intermediately between the Full-Fluid Diet and the normal diet following surgery, in acute infections and fevers, and in gastrointestinal disturbances.
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