Consumption Of Biscuits In People With TB?
actually may I suffer from tb eaters / snacking biscuits occasionally besides fruit snacking?
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Tuberculosis is a disease that generally attacks the lungs and causes symptoms such as a long cough (chronic), cough mixed with blood, weight loss, and night sweats.
In principle, food or dietary choices in tuberculosis patients do not have special or strict settings, as long as the nutritional needs of the patient are met (sufficient carbohydrate, protein, fat, vitamin, and mineral content). However, the form of food choices should be adjusted as much as possible so as not to stimulate the airways and stimulate coughing, such as oily foods, or food in the form of crumbs such as snacks, biscuits, etc. However, the content contained in biscuits generally do not have nutrients that are not suitable for tuberculosis.
For this reason, occasional consumption of biscuits is normally permissible, and it is advisable to choose biscuits that are not too irritating to the airway, or for example consumed by softening previously using warm water or tea. In addition, regular and disciplined treatment (before meals), consumption of healthy and nutritious foods, and regular control to a specialist in internal medicine who treats you is the key to healing.
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