I have read an article about your concern regarding the diet for the person whose spleen was removed. A clear liquid diet is typically prescribed by doctors after surgery to support nutrition and energy for patients when they are unable to tolerate regular foods. Some examples of acceptable clear liquids include fat-free broth, soups, ice pops, gelatin, hard candy and various fruit juices without pulp. However this diet is not an adequate source of calories and essential nutrients. It should not be used for more than five days unless under the supervision of a health-care provider. Eventually, regular foods may be consumed again in your diet as tolerated. Nonetheless, it is still best to consult a registered dietitian for a full list of acceptable foods for the condition.