The Best Foods To Eat After Throwing Up

The Best Foods to Eat After Throwing Up 1

Vomiting happens for different reason- it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re terminally ill. Right after vomiting, consuming some food feels like the most undesirable thing. However, eating the right foods may help settle your stomach and will also give your body the strength it needs until your vomiting has passed. Here are the foods you need:

1.Water

Water seems to be the cure to everything, including vomiting. It helps you remain hydrated after vomiting and also helps in getting rid of that woozy feeling. Try to take in the water very slowly to see if your stomach can tolerate the little bit of water.

2.Banana

Eat a banana about an hour after throwing up.Waiting for a short period of time before eating it allows your stomach to settle and help ensures that you are not going to throw up again right away. Take tiny portions of a banana and wait one or two minutes between each bite to see if your stomach is going to accommodate the food.

If you begin to feel sick again, wait a few more minutes before trying to finish your banana. A banana is also rich in potassium, a mineral that is often lost when you throw up, thus eating one can help rebalance the potassium levels in your body.

3.Whole Grain Toast

Toasted grain bread is a simple food that makes your belly to calm down from vomiting. Start with whole grain toast without any butter or jam to determine if your stomach is willing to accept food. Vegetable broth can also be served with your toast as another way to settle your stomach and enable you to gain some of your strength back.

4.Soup

If you use the right ingredients, soup is also a great stomach calming option. Cooked potatoes, and steamed vegetables are great options that can simmer down the stomach’s urge of retching. Chicken soup is an additional type of soup that can usually be kept down when you feel ill and nauseated and have been throwing up.

5.Bland Foods

Bland foods include plain noodles, boiled potatoes, butter-free muffins and toast. These should be completely plain, without things like oils, cheese, sauces or butter. Foods that are rich in protein can also be included here.

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