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What can i eat in jaundice ?

Hello. I am an M.B.A student suffering from jaundice . My bilirubin level is 6.9. I would like to know if it is healthy for me to eat white bread. Since i am staying in the college hostel, my food options are limited to curd rice and bread jam. Is there anything else you would suggest me to eat? Also, should i drink a lot of glucose water? Also tell me if it is ok for me to walk 500 meters to attend my classes everyday and how long do i need to rest? Thanks, Student (male - 23 yrs)
Asked On : Sun, 19 Jun 2011
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if you are a gilbert(congenital jaundice) then there is no food restrictions or exercise restrictions but if you had a recent hepatitis infection it is better to avoid oily food items and milk products,you can take white bread it is safe. it is good to take at least 1week rest if you have hepatitis.walking is healthy after 1week
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