Our expert says:
A liquid diet usually entails products like Nutrament T, liquids (milk, thin custard, milkshakes, fruit juices without much fibre like apple or grape juice), cooked, liquidised, strained foods diluted with extra liquid to make swallowing easier, jelly, thin soups, etc, BUT this all depends on what the surgeon has in mind. Please take the trouble to phone his/her rooms and ask the receptionist what kind of a liquid diet you will be allowed to use - a clear liquid diet, a low-fibre liquid diet, a semi-solid liquid diet, etc. Once you have this info, I can make some suggestions.
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