• unless you have bird flu then that would be canablistic(sp) and just wrong
  • If you can keep it down, chicken broth may help you feel better as it assists in clearing toxins from the lymphatic system, and it is the toxins which make you feel the symptoms that make you feel so bad. About Stomach Flu (Gastroenteritis) Gastroenteritis means inflammation of the stomach and small and large intestines. Viral gastroenteritis is an infection caused by a variety of viruses that results in vomiting or diarrhea or both. It is often called the "stomach flu," although it is not caused by the influenza viruses. What causes viral gastroenteritis? Many different viruses can cause gastroenteritis, including rotaviruses, noroviruses, adenoviruses, type 40 or 41, sapoviruses, and astroviruses. Viral gastroenteritis is not caused by bacteria (such as Salmonella or Escherichia coli) or parasites (such as Giardia), or by medications or other medical conditions, although the symptoms may be similar. Your doctor can determine if the diarrhea is caused by a virus or by something else. What are the symptoms of viral gastroenteritis? The main symptoms of viral gastroenteritis are watery diarrhea and vomiting although one or the other symptom may predominate. The affected person may also have headache, fever, and abdominal cramps ("stomach ache"). In general, the symptoms begin 1 to 2 days following infection with a virus that causes gastroenteritis and may last for 1 to 10 days, depending on which virus causes the illness; however, most episodes last from 1-3 days.
  • you should have clear fluids for at least 8 hours of not vomiting. this includes chicken broth. don't just drink plain water. a tiny bit of glucose such as a teaspoon in a glass of water is a great subsitute if you don't have any of those electrolyte drinks handy.
  • Yes, that is a clear liquid. You should be an a clear liquid diet. Fruits/juices-Clear fruit juices without pulp such as apple juice, grape juice, cranberry juice Soups-Broth, bouillon, fat free consommé Beverages-Coffee, tea (hot or cold), Kool-Aid, soda, water, lactose free supplements if recommended by your doctor Sweets and deserts-Fruit ices (without chunks of fruit), plain gelatin,

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