B.R.A.T Diet FAQ
Here you’ll find some questions regarding this diet. This is not medical advice you should always consult a medcial professional before starting any diet.
What is The B.R.A.T Diet?
- The B.R.A.T Diet is a popular diet that is low in fiber and easy on the stomach.
Who should use the B.R.A.T Diet?
-The B.R.A.T Diet is used by a variety of people including those suffering from diarrhea, ulcers, colitis, diabetes and other gastrointestinal illnesses.
What does The B.R.A.T Diet consist of?
- Bananas, rice, applesauce and toast. Some variations include adding yogurt and tea (B.R.A.T.T.Y) or boiled chicken (B.R.A.T.C.H)
How Do I Eat The B.R.A.T diet?
-The main idea to remember on the B.R.A.T Diet is to be careful with the intake of high fibers, oils and fats. You want to avoid anything that bothers the stomach and intestines. This diet is very easy on the digestive tract and if followed can help alleviate many aliments. Any combinations of these foods either alone or in conjunction with other small low fiber easy to eat food like crackers is fine.
How Safe Is The B.R.A.T Diet?
-The B.R.A.T Diet is very safe but always consult a health care provider before making any drastic changes to your diet.