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Old 05-23-2012, 09:17 PM   #1
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What do you eat when you are sick?

I am thinking about coming back to lc since I was recently told I am pre-diabetic. I tried to remember why I went off all th previous times as I was lways successful.

In thinking back, whenever I got the flu or was otherwise sick, I couldn't stand the thought of eating any protein...even soft boiled eggs! All I wanted were Saltine crackers or a baked potato...well, you get the pucture.

When you have been sick, what kins of things do you eat? I'm just trying to shoot down any objections mt brain is conjuring up before I go grocery shopping this weekend and start buying some lc food! But I must say...barbecued corn is calling my name....
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I've thought about this since I've been back to LC and I really need to make up a batch of mock potato soup to freeze and have on hand just for this.
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Chicken broth with parsley finely chopped up ... that always seems to make me feel better! Diet ginger ale or diet 7-up ....
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I either do a miso soup. Or a soup of spinach, chicken broth, a little raw egg whisked in at the end. Add soy garlic ginger for Asian style or Italian with parmesan, garlic, and parsley. If it is a he'd cold I add crushed chili pepper to clear my sinuses.
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While I've done the soup thing in the padt, if I've had the flu, been sick to my stonach, after I'm feeling better i just can't seem to stonach any protein like chicken, beef, fish etc. or even eggs. I want creamy soups, mashed potatoes and things like pasta that "stick to my stomach". Any suggestions?
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As I understand your post, you're not actually sick at the moment but worried about some future time and how you'd handle it?

If you're already looking for 'excuses' for not low carbing, then perhaps this isn't a WOE for you? There are many other ways to lose weight (if that is your goal). I eat low carb by necessity because I've learned that it's best for my body (I'm very carb sensitive), but people can lose on WW and all kind of other plans.

OK--here's what I've learned about flu and other stomach upsets. The only thing that's important is hydration, and, in fact, my primary doctor has told me that I'm better off not eating anything at all and 'resting' my digestive tract. That's why we don't 'feel' like eating.

I have actually not been sick for a long, long time, but I tried this the last time I had a stomach virus, and discovered that my doctor was correct. For two days, I just drank hot tea, and the third day, I had broth. I was more comfortable without eating, and I gradually added food as I felt better (beginning with soft scrambled eggs).

I suspect that the desire for crackers and other carby things at a time like this is based on memories of how we've 'recovered' in the past rather than something that's 'good' for us.
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I eat whatever will make me feel better during those few days so I can get back to eating the way I normally do. More importantly, I do it guilt free. I have never exploded, been stuck by lightning over a saltine nor recieved a purple heart because I remained faithful to lc when ill.

You CAN still be a low carber and eat some crackers. You CAN still be a low carber and have a high carb meal. I suspect you go off low carb because like many dieters , food amd guilt go hand in hand. Its is the mental "it's all or nothing" or that you feel that you somehow failed low carb because you have an off week.

When you are sick BE SICK and don't stress. You would be surprised how giving yourself permission to eat some crackers and toast will curb your need to do so.

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I think that this is an excellent question because it just happened to me last weekend and I wish I had been prepared. I could not handle broth etc. either and was craving a grilled cheese or softer foods. I did have some low carb crackers and ate a few of those with diet sprite. I also ate a few Mama Lupe low carb tortillas.....I always have these on hand. I have purchased (but not tried) the mashed potatoes from Netrition so maybe that would have been good too. I admit nutritionally it was not the best, but I survived the 2 days without too many issues. My illness was all stomach related so I craved some comfort foods in a low carb world
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As I understand your post, you're not actually sick at the moment but worried about some future time and how you'd handle it?

If you're already looking for 'excuses' for not low carbing, then perhaps this isn't a WOE for you? There are many other ways to lose weight (if that is your goal). I eat low carb by necessity because I've learned that it's best for my body (I'm very carb sensitive), but people can lose on WW and all kind of other plans.

OK--here's what I've learned about flu and other stomach upsets. The only thing that's important is hydration, and, in fact, my primary doctor has told me that I'm better off not eating anything at all and 'resting' my digestive tract. That's why we don't 'feel' like eating.

I have actually not been sick for a long, long time, but I tried this the last time I had a stomach virus, and discovered that my doctor was correct. For two days, I just drank hot tea, and the third day, I had broth. I was more comfortable without eating, and I gradually added food as I felt better (beginning with soft scrambled eggs).

I suspect that the desire for crackers and other carby things at a time like this is based on memories of how we've 'recovered' in the past rather than something that's 'good' for us.
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My suggestion would be to just take one day at a time and don't worry about it. Especially if you are pre-diabetic, this is the best way, in my opinion, to get a handle on it now. You can worry about an illness when it actually happens.

The longer you stick with a LC eating plan, the less you want those things anyway(or at least that's been my experience.) I try to look at this as a WOL and not some fad diet. I know if I go back to eating the way I was, I WILL have full blown diabetes and all of the complications that go with it. I don't want that, so I have to treat LC'ing like it's my medicine.
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Nothing, if youre really sick you wouldnt want to eat
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The worst thing for a digestive tract is wheat especially after an illness. The best thing is homemade chicken broth.

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While I've done the soup thing in the padt, if I've had the flu, been sick to my stonach, after I'm feeling better i just can't seem to stonach any protein like chicken, beef, fish etc. or even eggs. I want creamy soups, mashed potatoes and things like pasta that "stick to my stomach". Any suggestions?

Cream of (any veggie) soup. Chicken stock, HWC, spices and any veggies you like. Make Pumpkin Bake, yummy.
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It's great that you've thought through what made it hard for you to continue this WOE in the past and that you are planning ahead for keeping it from happening again! Great awareness and resolve!

I love the idea of preparing soups to have on hand in the freezer. Creamy soups are certainly possible. Making a batch of good chicken broth is probably the healthiest thing you could do for yourself, even if you aren't eating anything solid with it.

If you have a need for crackers, maybe make a batch of Almond Thins?
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I usually don't want to eat when I'm sick. I drink everything I can think of to make me feel better, though; usually chicken broth or miso soup, and in any savory drink I add some high-quality organic cayenne powder. I also take oil of oregano in water, and lots of hot tea: white or green; and I like it without sweetener. If it's a respiratory illness, I turn to a tea I discovered some years ago that knocks out sinus and lung stuff fast, Gypsy Cold Care, from Traditional Medicinals.

I'm no help with the 'stick to your stomach' food, I'm afraid; I hate being sick...don't have time to be sick! ...And the aforementioned regimen usually only takes a couple of days to knock out whatever the nasty is.
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Cream of (any veggie) soup. Chicken stock, HWC, spices and any veggies you like. Make Pumpkin Bake, yummy.
This is me. I always have real chicken stock in the freezer. I usually just add lots and lots of black pepper (that's just me), Any veggie (broc. zuk, cali), then add some cheese (depending on how I feel). Done.

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It's great that you've thought through what made it hard for you to continue this WOE in the past and that you are planning ahead for keeping it from happening again! Great awareness and resolve!


I will eat greek yogurt and sometimes a sweet potato. If I am really nauseated... sf jello or diet coke.

With that said, when you are sick, I think it is counterproductive to beat yourself up for eating some saltines. If you find that you are binging every time you feel sick or that you are making excuses to eat saltines, then you need to address *that*.

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Carbs when you have stomach upsets? Carbs when you're already tired? Doesn't sound like a good match at all...if you were in the hospital with digestive problems they would NOT serve you baked potatoes. You'd be getting clear broth, tea and jello.

Sounds to me like what you do when you're sick is more of a psychological "I don't feel good so I want my traditional-comfort-foods." Maybe even looking for a way to justify cheating and eat carbs? Because if your gut was really that messed up, eating heavy stuff like baked potatoes would not appeal.

Agree with posters who said best thing for you is not to eat solid food at all if your gut is sick. Stick with the tea, eat the plain broth, get some sugar-free jello, even diet 7-Up.

Give your tummy a break...and once you feel better, you'll have accomplished two things: you'll still be in ketosis and on your WOE, and you'll probably have lost weight (the only natural benefit of tummy upsets!)
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Thanks to all of you for your feedback....being an ll or nothing gal, this is exactly how I list my way with lc in the past. I've been on/off the board for many years and I always had success so I was trying to remember what made me go off...

I am not looking for reasons to no succeed as someone had suggested, if anything, from my post I would think you would recognize I'm trying to understand what happened in he past and not make the sam mistake again. I'm actually trying to set myself up for success!

I love the suggestions for yogurt, making creamy soups and freezing them and the sweet potato! I really need to wrap my beain around not having it be perfect when ill. A saltin or two doesn't mean all is lost....thanks for the reminder, friends!
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I also agree with broth,cooked onion,celery,seasonings w it.Diet 7 -up,sf tea,sf jello
I not only eat this when sick,but often as I have severe Gerd.,nausea.
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Broth and plenty of fluids (water & green tea). Otherwise....fasting.
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Thanks to all of you for your feedback....being an ll or nothing gal, this is exactly how I list my way with lc in the past. I've been on/off the board for many years and I always had success so I was trying to remember what made me go off...

I am not looking for reasons to no succeed as someone had suggested, if anything, from my post I would think you would recognize I'm trying to understand what happened in he past and not make the sam mistake again. I'm actually trying to set myself up for success!

I love the suggestions for yogurt, making creamy soups and freezing them and the sweet potato! I really need to wrap my beain around not having it be perfect when ill. A saltin or two doesn't mean all is lost....thanks for the reminder, friends!
I do think it is clear that you are planning ahead and that is a great strategy. I must point out to you however, that dairy, wheat and even a higher carb food like a sweet potato is counter productive to both healing an already disadvantaged gut and no food would be better than these well meaning suggestions.
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I hope you're feeling better already. I didn't get to post my favorite comfort food when I'm sick which is homemade chicken broth with zucchini "noodles". I have a julienne peeler and I peel thin strips of zucchini right into the soup--the hot broth cooks it just enough to give it that texture that I love from a bowl full of noodles. Noodles were always my go-to sick comfort carby food.
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I eat whatever will make me feel better during those few days so I can get back to eating the way I normally do. More importantly, I do it guilt free. I have never exploded, been stuck by lightning over a saltine nor recieved a purple heart because I remained faithful to lc when ill.

You CAN still be a low carber and eat some crackers. You CAN still be a low carber and have a high carb meal. I suspect you go off low carb because like many dieters , food amd guilt go hand in hand. Its is the mental "it's all or nothing" or that you feel that you somehow failed low carb because you have an off week.

When you are sick BE SICK and don't stress. You would be surprised how giving yourself permission to eat some crackers and toast will curb your need to do so.


I have full-blown diabetes and one of the things they told me was to be prepared for how to handle an illness, which skyrockets my blood sugar anyway. Good for you for preparing ahead!

The chicken broth thing is great, and the last time I was sick I really wanted Crystal Light -- who knows why. Whatever my body tells me to do, I do. Sometimes chicken broth is too rich for me (eggs are entirely off the table) but not eating anything at all makes me even sicker. When that happens, it's toast, or crackers, or whatever the heck feels right, and I deal with the fuzzy head thing later.

Just listen to your body - not your tastebuds, but your whole body - and do what you need to do, without guilt. Then get back to LC as soon as possible!
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I am happy to have found this post because I am actually *planning* on being sick the day after a big concert and the first liquor I'll have consumed since starting Induction this time around. LOL! I'm going to make some low carb goodies in advance of all varieties so I can grab whatever sounds good. Also prolly get some of that diet ginger ale! Thanks errbody!
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When we know illnesses can throw us off track from healthy lc eating, planning ahead is a must. There have been a few times that an illness has side tracked my WOE for longer than I wanted it to... it just happens. I agree that not eating is best for the digestive system especially after a stomach virus and food should be added back slowly. I usually make my own egg drop soup w/ homemade chicken stock and a little green onion for flavor. I have also made a creamy soup w/ roasted cauliflower, chicken broth, shredded cheese and cream. Add everything together and blend w/ a hand blender and you have a soup that is better than cream of potato.

I always have a few boxes of organic chicken broth on hand in the pantry for just this reason. A little planning ahead is all you need to stay on track.

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Well I'm dealing with this as well...had stomach bug yesterday and today. Fretted over a stupid popsicle yesterday. Even though I only ate 1/4 of it. Ended up in ER getting IV hydration and ruling out listeria poisoning from recalled produce. Had 1/4 can of regular ginger ale. Felt so guilty at first...then I figured--screw it! I will not feel guilty when I'm half dead sick and dehydrated! Today still in ketosis and Eggs, protein and anything meaty makes me want to puke. I've done tea all day, and for something soothing will be making the green tea slushie posted a few days ago. Will probably do broth later.
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My first thought was that you want to try to build up your immune system so you might not even get sick in the first place. In the almost nine years I've low carbed, I've been sick with a cold only once, no flu, and I got food poisoning in Las Vegas last year.

I attribute my healthiness to eating low carb in the first place, but also to making sure my Vitamin D3 levels are optimal. If you haven't read any of the recent studies that show how incredible Vitamin D is, and how many illnesses may be linked to a deficiency, you should google it. I even had my level tested after taking Vit D3 for about six months, to make sure it was optimal, and it was excellent! I really think it's the key to good health, along with a low carb diet.

I wish you all the best on your journey. I started low carbing because I knew I couldn't keep from getting old, but I never want to be old AND sick. I'm taking care of my dear mother-in-law, whose health is very poor. A lot of it is likely due to a diet high in sugar and carbs, little sunshine exposure, and all the side-effects from her multiple medications. I never want to get to that point!
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