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    What's best to eat after a stomach bug!

    title says it all really. was very ill all yesterday+last night, and now feel starving+dehydrated.
    im drinking water+very weak juice, and have managed to eat 3rounds of plain toast+keep it down, so i feel ready for something more substantial!
    thanx - im starving!
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    Something light at first but eat normally as soon as you start to feel better.

    Fruit juices and soft drinks are probably better than plain water initially.

    If it was just a one day effort then you'll be back to normal soon enough.
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    Curry.

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    I always just stick with what i think i can stomach, my belly usually tells me pretty muc.h

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    try light chicken soup
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    I tend not to eat anything until I feel ok again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderstruck
    Curry.

    Probalby best thing, would be a nice steak.

    Actually, I just want one. Nevemrind... Chicken Soup is always what ill folks have, so must be a reason for it!

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    apparently scambled egg because the egg helps "bind" stuff together. sorry not very technical but it always seems to work for me
    Hope u feel better!

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    I always find bread products work. Like bagles, muffins, toast and that. Along with Gatoraide.
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    Fish or chicken and rice, something light.
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    You can get rehydration sachets from boots - it's just powder you mix with water and is quite a good idea after a stomach bug.
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    Live or pro-biotic yoghurts or drinks (such as yackult). Helps to settle the bacteria in the stomach, and good if you cant keep much down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeallangels19
    Live or pro-biotic yoghurts or drinks (such as yackult). Helps to settle the bacteria in the stomach, and good if you cant keep much down.
    They make my mum ill So, I wouldn't touch them with a 10 foot barge pole if I had a dodgy tummy.

    I recommend a plate of toast with a scraping of marge on.

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    drink lucozade or some other energy drink, eat stuff like bananas and fresh fish (not together obviously)

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    A nice big juicy rump or rip eye.

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