What do you eat on a BRAT diet?
“The BRAT diet acronym stands for bananas, rice, applesauce and toast,” says Lena Beal, M.S., RD, LD, a Piedmont therapeutic dietitian. “Historically, it was used in pediatrics when kids got sick and couldn’t tolerate anything. But this diet is helpful for anyone who has nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.”
Is bratwurst a healthy food?
Bratwurst sausage isn’t considered very healthy. According to nutrition facts, it has high sodium and calories. However, it’s a good option if you eat Bratwurst that’s not made of red meat but bird meat and don’t eat it in a bun.
What is the BRAT diet for adults?
Besides bananas, rice, applesauce and toast, other foods recommended on the BRAT diet include clear broth soups (like chicken or vegetable), apple juice, water, non-caffeinated tea, canned peaches and pears, sweet potatoes, crackers, cream of wheat, eggs, and gelatin.