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The clear liquid diet clears your stomach and intestines. It is often prescribed by doctors before or after a medical procedure, or if you are experiencing digestive problems. Water, broth, gelatin, coffee, carbonated beverages, and fruit juices without pulp are acceptable in this diet. If you have diabetes, this diet may be risky for you. The clear liquid diet should only be short-term, as it does not provide enough calories or nutrients.
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