BRATT Diet | definition of BRATT Diet by Medical dictionary
Bananas, Rice, Apples, Toast (Tea). A bland diet prescribed for viral gastroenteritis which, with water, replenishes liquids and electrolytes lost in pediatric diarrhoea; other foods appropriate for diarrhoea include plain chicken, crackers, and potatoes
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A BRATT diet
(Bananas, Rice, Apples [not apple juice], decaffeinated Tea and Toast) usually works.