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2011/03/22 08:36:34 (permalink)

Following sickness....

.... What would be the best meal/foods for replenishing and getting back to full power?
Basically had a pretty nasty stomach bug and spent the last 24hrs having a good 'clear out' to the point there is Nothing left in me but im feeling ready to try and eat.
With a blank canvas so to speak, what would your first additions be? Straight back on usual diet?
Never get ill so its new territory for me!
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    Re:Following sickness.... 2011/03/22 21:55:23 (permalink)
    Just to add, the answer seemed to be 2000cals of the finest Maccy D's money can buy.... not ideal i guess but having gone 24hrs on about 300ml of water, i was having a mega junk crave.
     
    Still keen to know the ideal answer as the mrs has got her head stuck in the bog with the same thing.....
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    Re:Following sickness.... 2011/03/22 22:27:33 (permalink)
    Easy digestible foods would be my choice.
     
    Rice as a staple for carbs, some lo-salt and normal salt mixed in for electrolyte replenishment and plenty of water.
     
    Chicken and white fish would be my choice.
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    Re:Following sickness.... 2011/03/22 22:35:32 (permalink)
    veg veg and more veg and meat
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