Dessert dates filled with cream cheese
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"Goodies for Christmas."
Don't know what sweets to make for Christmas Eve?
Here is a simple traditional recipe with dried dates.
There is a theory that dates, not apples, are the fruits of the Garden of Eden. That is why dates are also called "paradise fruits".
- 8 dates
- 50 g of cream cheese St Môret (or Philadelphia)
- 1 tablespoon candied fruit
- almond flavor
Preparation time: less than 15 minutes
RECIPE PREPARATION Dessert dates filled with cream cheese:
Open the dates lengthwise and remove the seeds.
Mix the cream cheese with the almond flavor and half of the finely chopped candied fruit.
Fill each date with cream cheese.
Decorate with preserved candied fruits.
Let cool for at least 1 hour.
Delicious for a coffee.
Heart failure, hypertension - 170 recipes
Diet recipes for heart failure, hypertension - diet for cardiovascular disease.
In the heart failure, dietary treatment aims to provide the patient with a minimum of necessary calories, without loading the circulation, to combat acidosis suffered by decompensated heart and to avoid the formation of edema, promoting diuresis, by mobilizing fluids retained in the body. Therefore, at a low caloric ratio, few liquids will be given and especially the consumption of salt will be restricted. Vegetable foods will be recommended daily to patients, for their richness in basic radicals with an alkalizing role. It has been calculated that a ten-day diet of vegetable raw materials significantly increases the alkaline reserve. In addition, plant foods contain potassium salts, which have a diuretic effect. The form in which these foods are given to heart patients is not indifferent. Being rich in cellulose, vegetables and fruits will be finely grated, in the form of juices or boiled and mashed. In the latter case we will take care to boil them in a small volume of liquid, which will be given to the patient during the day, as a drink or in culinary preparations, so as not to lose the mineral salts, which, being soluble, pass into boiling water. Through the indicated culinary maneuvers, the cellulose becomes more digestible, thus avoiding the accentuation of the abdominal bloating that the cardiacs generally suffer from and that can hinder the labor of the heart. Protein and fat are given in moderation. The former have a high specific dynamic action, which must be taken into account in cardiac patients with already increased basal metabolism. Fats are difficult to digest and, given in excess, tend to be deposited, increasing the weight of the heart patient, which is not desirable.
In the high blood pressure the same is indicated diet. Reducing circulating volume through a low-calorie, low-salt, low-fluid diet has a beneficial effect on blood pressure. As hypertension paves the way for atherosclerosis, we will reduce the consumption of foods that are too fatty or high in cholesterol, such as yolk, brain, viscera in general and excess fat. Vegetable, corn and sunflower oil oils are preferred. We draw particular attention to the fact that the diet is generally calculated at 2,500 calories, in order to avoid fattening of the sick. This is an indispensable condition for the success of treatment, both in heart disease and in hypertension. In order to lose weight to a subnormal figure, it is recommended to introduce days of rice, fruits and vegetables, during which time the patient will take nothing but the foods mentioned, in limited quantities and in the form of five to six meals within 24 days. hours. In the case of the coexistence of obesity with a cardiovascular disease, weight loss is mandatory. Fruit days are also recommended each week.
Directions:Heart diseases and hypertension compensated, atherosclerosis
Permitted foods: Measured milk, tea, chisel, measured fruit and vegetable juices, unsalted bread, potatoes, rice, semolina, pasta, vegetables, vegetables, fruits, meat, pasta (these will be boiled, then fried) , two or three times a week, river fish (salmon, flax, carp, trout), eggs (in atherosclerosis, egg yolk in moderation), unsalted cheeses, puddings, omelettes, fats, milk soups, vegetables and fruits in quantity limited, desserts without baking soda, jellies, creams, marmalade, jam, vegetable sauces, salt, not more than 5 g per day, herbs.
Prohibited foods: Alcoholic beverages, coffee, liquids in excess of the permitted amounts, meat more than two or three times a week (in atherosclerosis), sea fish, salted fish, smoked, too many eggs, brain (in atherosclerosis), salted cheeses, too much fat (in atherosclerosis), meat soups, bones, salt in cooking, baking soda in dough, meat sauces.
Quantitatively reduced and frequent meals will be given.
The patient will not drink during the meal.
It is recommended one day a week raw vegetables (salads, fruits, fruit juices).
All dishes will be prepared without salt, 5 g of salt per day will be allowed, which will be given to the patient to add to the table.