The rescued Thai boys want spicy chicken and barbecued pork, but foods are being reintroduced carefully — here’s how that works

Thailand cave rescue onlookers

The Thai soccer team that got stuck in a cave for more than two weeks has made it out alive.
Since the boys and their coach didn’t eat anything for more than 14 days, doctors are reintroducing them to food slowly and keeping their diets bland.
Reintroducing starving people to food too quickly can be deadly.

After spending more than two weeks in a dark, wet cave, the Thai soccer team is out

The boys reportedly want to eat spicy chicken and barbecued pork after their ordeal. But for now they’re being fed a lot of white, bland foods, like soft rice porridge. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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