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FP4HLOSER Posts: 968
1/5/13 11:25 A

When I get sick I just eat very light or not at all if my stomach is really upset. I also drink plenty of fluids and don't worry about my eating plan. You can start back slowly once you feel better! emoticon

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (11,968)
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1/5/13 6:53 A

I would focus on getting a lot of nutrient-dense vegetables and fruits in the next few days to replenish lost electrolytes and nutrients in a balanced manner. Eating them raw will allow their enzymes to stay active so they can help in digestion and gaining maximum absorption of their nutrients.
I also like fresh ginger tea if I am experiencing nausea.
I hope you feel better soon.

VANHALENFAN Posts: 434
1/5/13 2:28 A

I hope you feel better soon!!

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1/4/13 9:44 P

That's what I thought I'd do, being sick is rotten. Blah.

ETHELMERZ SparkPoints: (241,928)
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1/4/13 9:42 P

Be realistic, just mark today as zero or make a good guess. No one will give you a bad grade, it ain't that big a deal, in the long run. If you eat more tomorrow, just put that amount in, it's ok.

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1/4/13 9:37 P

OK, someone tell me if you can. I had my dinner on track yesterday etc... and then last night was em... sick (vomiting) all night, pretty much threw up everything I ate, how does that effect the diet and keeping track of the food? Just a totally crazy question cause I've been ill all day today and haven't wanted anything to eat today had to force myself to drink tea & water.

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