Ginger comes from Southeast Asia, and traditional and folk medicines have been used it for a long time to treat stomach problems.
When nauseated, remain hydrated. Drink water, oral rehydration treatments, iced tea, juice, sports drinks, and coconut water throughout the day.
Empty stomachs and strong-smelling foods might make nausea worse. Crackers and other basic, dry foods may ease your stomach.
The smell of food can make you feel sick. Foods like ice pops, Jell-O, chilled fruits, and ice cream that don't have a strong smell are often better tolerated.
Broths and soups can help keep you hydrated and give you electrolytes. When you feel sick or have been throwing up, they are a good first step toward eating more solid foods again.
Bananas are a good way to get energy and vitamins when you're feeling sick. They can also help you make up for the potassium you lose when you throw up or have diarrhoea.
People who feel sick or have diarrhoea often eat applesauce. It gives you energy and carbs, and most people can handle it even when they don't feel well.
When you feel sick, bland, starchy foods are good to eat. They don't taste or smell too strong and are a good way to get calories and comfort.
Protein-rich meals reduce nausea better than high-carb or high-fat meals. Gastrin secretion from protein may modulate stomach function.