I'm sure most of you know them.
BROTH OF RICE AND CARROT, WITH TEASPOON OF SALT PER LITER OF BROTH.
NON ACID FRUIT JUICES, NOT DENSE (if it's necessary, you can strain it), and DON'T ADD ANY SUGAR.
BAKED APPLE WITH CINNAMON.
WHITE TOASTED BREAD.
Remember, you can try what your body tolerates. I mean, if you feel you can't eat anything solid, you should start consuming liquids and, progressively, add solids in your food (progressively means: start eating food like thick soup, purée, apple compote, carrot, rice and/or potato mashed).
You shouldn't eat big quantities of food, it's better to divide the intakes (like 6 times a day, for example; 8; it depends on your body accepts).
The idea is to insert progressively your normal diet. At the beginning: liquids, purées, smooth food and you should use culinary techniques like boiled food, papillote, oven, steamed, don't use fat food, avoid fiber and lactose. After that, you should add food more solid than the step before, be aware always what your body needs and can tolerate (pasta, white fish - don't eat the skin, it's fatty; chicken - no skin! ripen bananas are good option, you can add lemon juice over them).
The last kind of food you should add are flatulent ones (some vegetables and legums), acid fruits with skin (it contains fiber), fatty cheese and red meat. You can add PROGRESSIVELY lean meat, aged cheese (less fatty), non flatulent vegetables like green beans, cooked onion).
- Liquid or smooth diet. Divide your meals (6-8 intakes per day).
- PROGRESSIVELY, you can introduce solid food like rice soup, apple compote, toasted white bread, white fish and chicken without skin, pasta, omelette. Always: you will feel what your body tolerate.
- Don't use culinary techniques where is necessary a lot of oil or butter. It's better to use the oven, al papillote, steamed, boiled.
- At the beginning it's better not to eat flatulent food either greasy food.
- You should drink a lot of water to avoid the dehydration.