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This is a consensus document from Dietitian/ Nutritionistsfrom the NutritionEducation Materials Online, "NEMO", team. Disclaimer: Low ibre What is fibre? My Nutrition This is a consensus document from Dietitian/ Nutritionistsfrom the NutritionEducation Materials Online, "NEMO", team. Disclaimer: www.health.qld.gov.au/global/disclaimerReviewed: September 2018 Copyright: www.health.qld.gov.au/global/copyrightstatement Due for review:September 2020 FOOD GROUP INCLUDE (low fibre) AVOID (high fibre) Bread, ereals, ice, asta, oodles W桩t攠bre慤,⁣r畭灥ts,⁳co湥s, E湧lis栠muffi湳 Refined breakfast cereals eRice Bubbles, CornflakesWhite rice, pasta, sago, tapioca, semolinaWhite flour, cornflour Plain sweet and savoury biscuits or cakes Wholemeal / wholegrain bread, fruit bread, rye bread Wholegrain breakfast cereals or any with dried fruit, nuts or coconut Muesli, Allran, WeetbixRolled oats, quickoats, oat bran, muesli barsBrown rice, pastaWholemeal flour, wheatgermSweet and savoury biscuits or cakes made with wholemeal flour, nuts, dried fruit or coconut Vegetables Ensure vegetables are peeled and well cookedwhere able: Potato, sweet potato, pumpkin, carrot, zucchiniCauliflower and broccoli floretsAsparagus tips, mushroomsSuitable salad vegetables are:Tomato and cucumber with skins and seeds removedShredded lettuceSpring onion, onion, capsicumWell strained vegetable juice Tomato puree or paste �x All raw vegetables Avoid all other vegetables not listed in foods to include Fruit P慷灡w⁡湤敬潮s
湯⁳e敤s) Cherries, seedless grapes Peeled peaches & nectarineWell cooked fruit no skin/pipsCanned fruits except pineappleFruit juice no pulp Fr畩t⁷it栠ski測⁰i灳r of⁡⁶敲y “fi扲o畳”⁴數t畲攠e.朮慰灬敳, 灥慲s,⁰i湥慰灬e Canned pineappleDried fruitAll otherfruit not listed in foodsto include Dairy foods A汬⁶ar楥t楥sf楬k Plain yoghurt, custard, vanilla Fruche, plain cheese, plain or flavoured icecream D敳s敲ts⁣潮t慩湩湧⁤ri敤 fr畩t, 湵tsr c潣o湵t Products containing “chunky fruit” pieces This is a consensus document from Dietitian/ Nutritionistsfrom the NutritionEducation Materials Online, "NEMO", team. Disclaimer: www.health.qld.gov.au/global/disclaimerReviewed: September 2018 Copyright: www.health.qld.gov.au/global/copyrightstatement Due for review:September 2020 FOOD GROUP INCLUDE (low fibre) AVOID (high fibre) Meat, fish, poultry, eggs, nuts, legumes A湹⁴敮d敲,⁳oft敡t, c桩ck敮 (湯⁳ki温⁡n搠fish TofuEggs 䱥g畭敳⁥g.⁢慫e搠扥慮s, l敮tils,⁳潹⁢敡湳,idn敹⁢敡湳 Nuts & seedsNut or seed butters (e.g. peanut butter, tahini) Miscellaneous All⁦慴s⁩湣lu摩湧⁢utt敲, m慲g慲i湥,慹潮n慩s攬 o楬s Sugar, honey, syrups Boiled lollies, jubes, chocolate with no fruit, nuts or coconutSpreads without seeds or skin Soup made from allowed ingredients, BonoxDesserts made from allowed foods (jelly, icecream, custard) Gravy, salt, pepper, dried herb & spices P潰c潲n CoconutChocolate with nuts and fruitChutney and pickles Suggestmeal plan BREAKFAST 1 Glass strained fruit juice Rice bubbles with milkWhite toast / bread / crumpets with margarine / butter / honey / jam / vegemite Egg / cheese if desired LUNCH Tender meat / chicken / fish / egg / cheese White bread withmargarine / butterTinned fruit with custard or yoghurt Cup of tea / coffee DINNER S oup (made with allowed ingredients) Tender meat / chicken / fish / egg / cheesetato(peeled)/ white rice / pastaAllowed vegetables peeled and well cooked Bowl of plain ice cream Cup of tea / coffee SNACKS Melons, tinned fruit, yoghurt, milk, cheese & low - fibre crackers

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Disclaimer httpwwwhealthqldgovaumasterscopyrightasp Updated Februar y 2013 Review February 2015 Low fibre diet What is fibre Fibre is the part of the plant that humans cannot digest Fibre passes through the digestive tract largely unchanged Why redu ID: 24278 Download Pdf

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