The best way for the stomach to heal, the study finds, is to drink water, which is why you should avoid using a lot of energy drinks and not consume sugar.
But, as you might have guessed, this study did find that there was a difference between those who drank a lot more water than others and those who were a bit more lax with their intake.
That difference was statistically significant, according to a new study from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Researchers at the university conducted the research with more than 1,500 participants.
Their findings are published in the journal Gastroenterology.
In the study, they looked at data from more than 3,600 gastric and abdominal biopsies from people over the age of 65, and looked at how often people drank water and whether they consumed a diet rich in protein and carbohydrates.
People who drank more water, but less than other people, had a higher chance of surviving gastric distension and healing the damage to the digestive system.
The results of the study were mixed, however.
Those who drank the most water were more likely to recover the damage than those who consumed the least, and those in the water group had a slightly higher chance than those in other groups.
The researchers also looked at what happened to the people who drank less water and their overall healing rate.
The data showed that those who ate more protein and ate less carbohydrates were more than three times as likely to survive gastric dissection and heal the damage, and they also had a significantly higher chance to heal their damage.
But when the researchers looked at whether people who consumed more water or fewer water or more carbohydrate had a worse outcome, they found that there were no significant differences between those in groups who drank too much water and those with water consumption levels between 0.1 and 1.0 fluid ounces per day.
In other words, the people with more water consumption had the best outcome in terms of recovery.
The study also found that people who ate a lot less protein and a diet high in carbohydrates, which includes eating a lot fewer calories, were also more likely than those with a low-protein diet to have a worse recovery outcome.
The findings suggest that the type of water consumed is most important for recovery, the researchers wrote.
The research was funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.