Hypofermentative Diet (for children over 1 year old).
- Milk diluted to 50% with tea or boiled water.
- Synthetic sweeteners or glucose to 5%.
- Well done toasts or crackers.
- Butter, hard cheese.
- Milk (yellow carton, with a low percentage of lactose).
Lunch and dinner.
- Vegetable broth (sieved) with semola, rice, corn flour or very fine noodles. Grated cheese can be added.
- Skinless chicken (roasted or boiled) or cow meat (roasted).
- Rice. Small noodles.
- Jelly (mix those with and without flavour in equal parts, preferably diet jelly).
- Baked apples.
- Home-made desserts (with milk diluted to 50% and sweeteners) and some of the allowed foods (cornstarch, for instance).
As this diet can last a good deal of time, we recommend varying the preparation of food to prevent the child from getting bored.
The only spices that can be used are salt, corn or grape oil, butter or margarine, mayonnaise (in very small quantities), vanilla scent and other flavours.
Allowed ways of cooking: roasted, stewed, fried, grilled, boiled.
- Schnitzel, meatballs (cow meat or poultry).
- Hamburgers (home-made).
- Meat and rice pudding (boiled or cooked).
- Ham and cheese omelette.
- Noodles with white sauce (au gratin).
- Rice and grated cheese croquettes.
- Tart (made with ham and cheese or minced meat, being the dough well stretched).
- Home-made custard (with sweetener and diluted milk).
Mineral water, diet white fizzy drinks (without gas), Gatorade. Diluted milk or milk without lactose (yellow carton).