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Full-Liquid Diet

This diet may be prescribed by your doctor for various gastrointestinal disorders, but usually not on a long-term basis. If you have any questions about what you can or cannot eat, please speak with your doctor or nurse practitioner.

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Below is a list of foods, in alphabetical order, considered appropriate for a full liquid diet.

  • All fruit juices and nectars
  • Broth, bouillon
  • Butter, cream, oil, margarine
  • Carbonated beverages
  • Cheese soup
  • Coffee, tea
  • Fresh or frozen plain yogurt
  • Fruit drinks
  • Fruit punch
  • Honey, jelly, syrup
  • Ice milk
  • Liquid meal replacements
  • Milk, all types
  • Milkshakes
  • Pasteurized eggnog
  • Plain cornstarch pudding
  • Plain gelatin desserts
  • Potatoes pureed in soup
  • Refined/strained cooked cereal
  • Small amounts of strained meat in broth or gelatin
  • Smooth ice cream
  • Soft or baked custard
  • Strained lemonade or limeade
  • Strained or blenderized soup
  • Thin fruit purees
  • Tomato juice
  • Tomato puree for cream soup
  • Vegetable juice
  • Water