Dengue, a lethal disease, which is an infectious mosquito-borne viral infection. The symptoms of this disease range from mild fever, to incapacitating high fever, with severe headache, pain behind the eyes, muscle and joint pain, and rash.
Dengue is not a communicable disease, which means it is not transmitted directly from person-to-person, but it leads to death very soon.
However, there is no any specific treatment or vaccine for dengue yet. In this disease condition the platelet count will be very low than the normal. (The normal number of platelets in the blood is 150,000 - 400,000 platelets per micro-liter).
Doctors suggest that dengue patients be given such food which can be easily digestible, but there is no prescribed diet for dengue
Here we provides easy and healthy diet tips for dengue patients, which will help combat soon from the dengue feverPapaya Leaf Extract
Juice prepared from crushed papaya and leaves is believed as one of the best home remedies for dengue fever treatment, as it increases the platelet count dramatically.Fluids
People who have dengue fever should drink plenty of fluids throughout the day. Apart from drinking plenty of water, take fruit juices, lime juice, coconut water, which will helps to wash off the toxins away from the body in the form of urine. Fresh orange juice, which is filled with vitamins and energy, will help in digestion as well as promote antibodies for a speedy recovery.Green Leafy Vegetables
In order to fight the virus that affects the body, it is important that the patient should eat a healthy diet with lots of fresh green leafy vegetables. Oily and spicy food should be avoided.High Protein Diet
Even after recovery, patients are asked to take high protein diet to restore all the resources of vitamins, minerals, proteins and fats in the body. Eating chicken, fish, eggs and other dairy products can help patients battle the virus very fast.