I wonder if someone can help me. I have diarrhea and loose motions for three weeks following, I believe, some bad chicken. My doctor has told me to eat a bland diet with no vegetables, fruit or dairy for two weeks to help the irritability. I am eating steamed chicken and rice and white bread and porridge made with water. Is there anything else I can eat, I am finding it very limiting and dry chicken and rice is really difficult to swallow. Do you think I could eat soya products and drink rice milk and almond milk. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you for your reply, I will try the bouillion and I have since tried some pasta which was accepted by my stomach.
I rather thought that this stodgy diet would be thickening my motions by now but I am still loose after a week on this diet. Do you think that is normal, I know so little about the digestive system, mine has always worked so well until now...
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