Diet in fractures of leg bones
Unfortunately, no one is insured against injuries. Most often in the emergency room people are treated with fractures of hands and feet. The number of such incidents increases several times with the onset of winter and ice. The bad news is that you will have to wear gypsum for at least two weeks.
Diet accelerates recovery
Features of nutrition at fractures of legs or foots
The cheese contains a lot of calcium, useful for bones
With injuries of the bones of the hands and feet, people tend to be treated at home. Therefore, the responsibility for proper nutrition, supplying the body with everything necessary for the growth of bone tissue, lies entirely on them.
Calcium in tandem with magnesium and fluoride is responsible for the formation of bone tissue. If it is deficient, the callus at the site of the fracture will grow slowly and possibly incorrectly. That is why the diet for fractures of the bones of the hands or feet is based on the use of such products:
- Containing calcium: milk, cottage cheese, hard cheese, sour-milk products, sea fish, cabbage.
- Containing magnesium: bananas, green vegetables, nuts, wheat germ, fish, bran bread.
- Containing phosphorus: beans, egg yolk, cheese, liver beef, fish and caviar, buckwheat groats, pumpkin.
- Containing zinc: sea fish, seafood, pumpkin seeds, legumes, walnuts.
In addition, for better absorption of calcium, the human body needs vitamin D.
Diet with a fracture of the arm or leg mandatory item includes the reception of preparations of fish oil and vitamin-mineral complexes. The latter, by the way, are able to compensate the body for the need for all other vitamins, which are necessary for him for bone splicing and normal vital activity in general.
General principles of nutrition in fractures of legs
From physical exertion it is better to refrain
Fracture of the extremities, especially the lower ones, leads to partial immobilization of the person. For the period of treatment and rehabilitation, his lifestyle is undergoing some changes. The food should also be changed.
- In connection with the fact that with broken limbs, most likely, for a while about sports will have to be forgotten, and to keep normal activity during the day is unlikely to succeed, it is desirable to reduce energy consumption. The approximate calorie rate for women is 2000 kcal, and for men 2500 kcal. This should be done by reducing the intake of fats and simple carbohydrates.
- The protein, on the contrary, is necessary for the body to form new bone cells. But because of the large amount of meat consumed, calcium is absorbed worse, so it is better to emphasize eggs in eggs, low-fat milk and dairy products.
- The speed and quality of bone formation is adversely affected by alcohol. From its use on a diet with fractures of the extremities it is better to abstain.
It becomes clear that eating correctly during fractures is not at all difficult. There are no special restrictions for the diet.