Can I have sushi with pancakes? ۔
I just had a pancreas and was shouting slogans about eating solid food without pain. It's almost normal, so I wonder if eating sushi can hurt. It is unusual and full of protein as prescribed by the doctor. Let me know
I just saw the link provided by Stuart and I partially disagree with the answer. My answer is that it depends on the gender. If you pay attention, the given nutritional information is not per slice but per muffin. I'm not sure how many pieces per roll, but I imagine it's at least 6. So you are dividing the gram by 6. )
Based on 6 slices per roll, each slice will consist of both:
Avocado 0.95 grams
Petals 1.17 grams
0.00 cubic grams (you can all eat)
And tuna 1.83 grams
3.50 g Shrimp Tempura (Avoid)
1.45 grams of avocado salmon
Tuna 0.33 grams
Avocado L 2.83 grams (Avoid)
What you need to do:
1. Determine the number of slices per roll.
2. Determine the number of grams per roll from the W list.
3. Decide how much you will eat.
The formula is to divide the total gram into slices per roll by mail slices to find out how much you eat.
For the pancreas, whether severe or chronic, you need to be low. Severe is not completely chronic. What is your daily dose as a doctor? That way, you'll be able to better determine if you can add sushi to your tea.
There are also good tests to try and AVOID tests if they cause problems.
I like sushi, there are so many options. I think some people go crazy by eating raw fish, not every sushi has raw fish anymore, not everyone else. Raw fish is usually sashimi, but can be made from many ingredients other than sushi fish.
A small internet study shows that many sushi rolls are advanced.
I respect what RN says, but I'm sure that by understanding each ingredient and keeping an eye on the sushi making process, there's a good chance you can easily exceed your daily intake.