Ten foods to ease an upset stomach

By | June 12, 2015

Ache, cramps, pain, and soreness; we all feel that in our stomach often, and can’t even remember since when have we had that irritating feeling?!

So you wanted a solution, started going to doctors, tried to find the best treatment, and from doctors to medicines, but sadly you don’t know that all your efforts will go down the drain. Medicine won’t make you feel any better; actually it’s going to make you even sicker, it was found that chemicals are the worst way to take in treating an upset stomach.
Stomach trouble can be short-lived or long-lived; it can be frequented or shows up only after a heavy meal, either ways you surly want that feeling away, you need a final and decisive solution.

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Then what should you do?!
It was found that there is some food which naturally causes stomach to relive, so here are five kinds of food that the experts generally recommend to ease your upset stomach.

 

Bananas

Bananas:

Bananas has been used by generations for stomach treatment and softness, you can see that in its soft texture, it contains potassium which is suitable if you’re vomiting a lot or getting dehydrated from diarrhea.
Bananas also contain sugar so you get calories even if you’re not eating that much, it’s also known as the best energy booster, so it can left you up, you really should give it a try.

 

Rice

Rice:

Many of us can think that rice has a lot of starch so it will only bulk in our stomach and won’t help. In the contrary, being a starchy food; rice is easy to be digested, so when your stomach feels icky it helps coat the lining of the stomach, it also won’t sit in your stomach for long periods of time just as all the starchy food.

 

Apple sauce

Apple sauce:

Apple sauce is really calming for the upset stomach, it’s easily digested and it relieves diarrhea. It also provides you with calories, Apples themselves contain pectin which is really helpful for you if you have constipated. So if you’re having that irritating feeling you can slice an apple, add apple sauce, and enjoy watching that feeling fade away.

 

Toast

Toast:

Bread is a fundamental component in each and every meal, but it also can hurt your stomach. Instead of bread you can use toast, it won’t cause acid reflux so it’s going to make you feel a lot better it also won’t sit in your stomach for long periods of time like a high fat meal, so it is a perfect replacement for original bread.

 

 

Herbal Tea

Herbal Teas:

Herbal teas are just perfect for an upset stomach, just make sure they are caffeine free, caffeine is a stimulant for acid reflux. Chamomile tea is the top among all herbal teas; it is thought to reduce inflammation, but anyway; any herbal tea is a great way to hydrate your body, and a perfect solution for an upset stomach.

 

Soup:soup

soup or broth, whether it is vegetable broth or meet broth it is really great for an upset stomach. Liquid generally helps you when you have soreness in your stomach; soup is kind of hot liquid with salt which can keep you hydrated but if you have high blood pressure don’t put so much salt. And remember don’t cook it in fat so as to be easily digested.

Coconut water

Coconut water:

like all liquids water can help you, but coconut water can really soothe your stomach. It contains natural sugar which is very helpful for your body because it provides you with the calories needed. It also contains electrolytes such as potassium and vitamin C plus, there’s no artificial ingredients added so I really recommend it to you.

 

Crackers

Crackers:

Crackers are like all the starchy food; they’re easily digested and they soothe your stomach, they’re really recommended specially for women who feel nauseous in the morning, some people say they absorb stomach acid I don’t know that for sure but I really know that they can ease your upset stomach.

 

Yogurt

 

Yogurt:
yogurt is really effective for your stomach cramps, it can ease and sooth it, it’s a popular healing food for diarrhea; if you ever had a virus in your intestines then yogurt is the solution for you. It provides the good active bacteria in your intestines which helps get digestion back to normal.

 

 

Ginger
Ginger:
last but not least we have ginger, whether it’s fresh ginger or it’s ginger juice or it’s ginger tea it really can help you and make you feel better. Gingerol is ginger’s main ingredient which is antioxidant which decreases nausea, discomfort and cramps so you should give it a shot.

 

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