These definitions are from the: Manual of Clinical Nutrition 2000, Twin Cities District Dietetic Association.
Clear liquids are those foods that are liquid at body temperature; which leave little residue or no residue; and may be absorbed easily with minimal digestive activity. Examples of clear liquids are: water, clear bouillon, broth, strained fruit and vegetable juices, flavored gelatin, ices, popsicles, coffee, and tea.
Full liquids are those foods that are liquid or will become liquid at body temperature; provides easily-absorbed nourishment with very little stimulation to the gastrointestinal tract. Examples of full liquids are: milk, milk based beverages, custard, tapioca, plain ice cream, sherbet, pudding, strained cream soup, eggnog, cooked cereals.
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We do not add any iodine but we do not test for trace amounts that may come with ingredients. This is true for Vitamin K.
There is 72ML of water per 4 oz serving.
6 - 11 mcg per 4 oz. for Mighty Shakes
7 mcg for Magic Cups
Yes – just reheat to 165 or 175 degrees.