Generally, the body requires solid food in order to continue functioning properly over long periods of time.
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Even babies eventually transition from a milk or formula diet to pureed food to fully solid food within the first few years of life.
However, for short periods of time, a diet composed completely of fluids and non-solid foods can sustain the body, if necessary. These are known as liquid diets.
If you have been ordered by your doctor to follow a liquid diet, following is everything you need to know to successfully complete it. Even without solid food, you can still enjoy many of the familiar tastes you know and love.
In this guide you will find a brief explanation of what a liquid diet is used for, suggestions for how to make sure you are getting enough nutrition while following a liquid diet, “approved” liquid diet foods, and what a sample day on a full liquid diet might look like.