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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,210
2/18/13 2:34 P

I too think a referral to a Registered Dietitian is in order---espeically if this is going to be a long term diet order.

You can obtain a listing of the amount of fiber in foods, by clicking here. Select, fiber by content. The list will run from higher fiber to lower fiber foods:

www.ars.usda.gov/Services/docs.htm?docid=2
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SP Registered Dietitian Becky

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2/18/13 2:23 P

I would have your husband ask for a referral to a Dietitian.

In the meantime, how about
Naked Chicken Nuggets (basically, cut up chicken breast)
Rolled lunch meat
Beef jerky




PISCIDS Posts: 498
2/18/13 12:53 P

My husband is on a low to no fiber (no more than 3-4g per meal) diet per MD. And he is mildly lactose intolerant. (Can have some dairy just not alot)
Looking for healthy snack and lunch options. Nuts are good just high in calories, looking for lower cal options. Breakfeast is covered no fiber cereal (fruity pebbles) and Almond milk, Dinners I have covered.
Thank you

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