In theory, you should be able to digest just about any type of food you put in your mouth. Meat, poultry and seafood are easy to digest if you choose tender, whole cuts or ground meat and avoid tough, gristly portions. Prepare each by roasting, poaching or braising until the meat is soft and well-done. Because a high intake of fat can increase the bulk of your bowel movements, opt for lean beef or pork, remove the skin from chicken or turkey and use as little added oil as possible when cooking. You can eat soft-cooked bacon occasionally, but avoid deli meats.