7 Foods To Eat When You Have Nausea

by Divyata Raut
FOOD  |  August 16, 2017
  • Warm Water
    1 / 7 Warm Water

    Warm water will ease the pain you feel in your stomach. Be sure to take the water sip by sip and spread it throughout the day. Refrain from chugging down jugs of water, that will only make you more nauseated. 

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  • Clear Soup
    2 / 7 Clear Soup

    Avoid thick creamy soups that will upset your stomach even more. Opt for clear soups, especially chicken broth low in fat. The sodium in the soup will will help with the circulation of water around your body. 

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  • Plain Crackers
    3 / 7 Plain Crackers

    These crackers are considered bland foods that your stomach needs in this time of distress. In addition to satisfying hunger, the starch in these biscuits absorb gastric acid that is usually the culprit for the nauseated feeling.

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  • Ginger
    4 / 7 Ginger

    Ginger causes the stomach to produce digestive juices that quell the queasy feeling in your stomach. It also allows the food in your stomach to pass by quicker so as to let the upsetting food in your stomach go past faster.

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  • Fennel Seeds
    5 / 7 Fennel Seeds

    In the form of seeds, these herbs can be chewed or brewed in hot water to give you much relief. It encourages the expulsion of painful gas in your abdomen that will ease your nausea. Chew a few of these seeds in your mouth or drink some fennel seed tea.

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  • Sports Drinks
    6 / 7 Sports Drinks

    Many sports drinks contain electrolytes which are great at replacing the electrolytes lost in your body after bouts of vomiting. So grab your favourite sports drinks, it might be just what you need to feel better.

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  • Banana
    7 / 7 Banana

    The potassium in bananas replace the potassium you have lost as a result of vomiting or diarrhoea. Bananas also qualify as bland food, that won’t upset your stomach further.

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