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Old 03-16-2009, 07:19 AM   #31
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Husband is having a test tomarrow and can only have liquids today, any ideas besides broth and jello?
Hi mikki

The low calorie liquid diet is practiced under strict medical supervision only.

But as of now I would like to suggest you that intake of marine phytoplankton helps in increasing your energy and inner strength with a few drops a day.

Hope this really works for the day I guess...

Thanks
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Old 03-18-2009, 06:31 AM   #32
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It may be too late but maybe someone else will have a similar question. I enjoyed eating popsicles...satisfied the "crunch" desire as well as a new taste sensation....just be sure that you're not using a color they tell you not to.....I distinctly remember being instructed not to eat anything red.....hope that all worked out, R!
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Old 03-20-2009, 01:14 AM   #33
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Need ideas - clear liquid diet before medical tests

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Husband is having a test tomarrow and can only have liquids today, any ideas besides broth and jello?
Hi mikki

A liquid diet consists of fresh fruit juices or shakes before the test I hope so..

The meal replacement liquid diet replaces one or two whole meals with liquids. This type of liquid diet is offered to many people as an effective tool to reduce weight even.

Add some mineral nutrition food to your diet plan which gives you more minerals and vitamins that are necessary..

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