Postoperative Food Intake Of Colli Tumors In The Neck?
I want to ask! 4 r nHow do you provide good food intake and correct postoperative tumor colli? Can MSG be used in making food for post colli patients? Is it true that MSG causes the tumor to appear?
Hello Hendra, Thank you for the question.
Do you know the exact cause of this coli tumor? Tumor coli is a term that is generally used to represent lumps that grow in the neck area that can be lumps that are benign or malignant (cancer). Further examination of this lump network is needed to ascertain the cause of this lump.
Basically there are no standard guidelines about food that can be given by patients with coli tumors after surgery. Provision of food tailored to the patient's condition and whether the patient has other health conditions (have other comorbidities). The notion that flavoring monosodium glutamate (MSG) dishes that cause cancer or increase a person's risk of developing cancer has not been supported by sufficient medical research. Thus, MSG can be used as food for patients as long as it is not given too much. Patients are encouraged to consume balanced nutritious foods that contain carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals to help cure. Further food modification is only recommended if the patient has other medical conditions such as diabetes or hypertension, for example limiting salt / sodium consumption in hypertensive patients.
Patients can consult further nutrition specialist doctors to better understand the calories and the recommended diet to help cure.
Hopefully this information is useful.