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New York : 8 best foods to control nausea and vomiting

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To control nausea, it is advisable to drink cold drinks and avoid the food fried, greasy, or sweet. Cleveland Clinic advises do not mix hot and cold foods. Try to eat and drink slowly, also that your meals are smaller and more frequent. ANDVita brushing your teeth immediately after eating as well as physical activity.

Here are 8 foods you can eat when you have nausea and vomiting:

1. Ginger

Ginger tea is commonly used as a spice and as a home remedy for various ailments, including nausea. Contains bioactive compounds, such as gingerol, paradol and shogaol, which are believed to interact with the central nervous system and stomach to improve symptoms of nausea.

Some research has confirmed that this root can help relieve morning sickness and relieve nausea after cancer treatment.

2. Water

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Water will help you stay hydrated and avoid the headaches that often accompany nausea. Drink in small sips slowly throughout the day.

3. Crackers

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Foods high in starch, like crackers, bread, and toast, help absorb gastric acid Y soothe an upset stomach according to nutrition expert Erin Palinski-Wade, author of Belly Fat for Dummies a Every Day Health. So having some cookies on the nightstand to eat before you wake up is a good idea.

4. Apple

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Try the applesauce, it is gentle on the stomach. The apple contains fiber which can help remove nausea-causing chemicals from your system. According to Palinski “fiber slows down digestion, so it is possible that the slowing down of intestinal transit may help facilitate digestion and relieve nausea.”

5. Banana

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Bananas are a good source of energy and vitamins when you are nauseous and can help replace the potassium lost due to vomiting or diarrhea, explains Healthline.

6. Drinks with electrolytes

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If you are dehydrated, drink plenty of fluids that contain glucose and electrolytes. The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases recommends options like broths, fruit juices, sports drinks, or oral rehydration solutions, like Pedialyte. These fluids can also help you feel better.

7. Walnuts

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Walnuts, almonds, and peanuts can be a snack that can help you control hunger and nausea as they contain protein. Protein can help normalize stomach activity by increasing gastrin secretion. Avoid consuming them in large quantities or instead of helping you they may cause the opposite effect.

8. Mint

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The refreshing scent of peppermint can make you feel better. You can also chew it or drink it in tea, if the herb fails to relieve your nausea, the drink will be providing hydration.

If home treatment isn’t working, you should see your doctor.

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