The BRAT diet is a diet that health care practitioners recommend for individuals who have an upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, or gastroenteritis. They other type of BRAT diets are the BRATY diet, and the BRAT diet. Some experts report the BRAT diet may not be the best option for children. Read more: BRAT Diet Article
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