Having an upset stomach is a pretty disturbing feeling especially when you are in some sort of gathering, but it is as common as it can be and all of us have had an upset stomach at some point or the other. An upset stomach could be because of some virus, nausea or bad diet. The number one ranking digital food network of Pakistan: sooperchef.pk, has listed the top seven foods that will help you instant relief to an upset stomach.

Yogurt

While there are certain types of dairy products that can comfort us in many ways, having some natural yogurt can be really great for an upset stomach. It is essential to choose plain yogurt with live/active cultures that will help restore the beneficial bacteria for our gut.

Mint

Mint is awesome to facilitate a disturbed stomach, particularly on the off chance that you have eaten excessively or are feeling a bit bloated. Include some freshly torn leaves in a glass of water or blend a peppermint tea to help facilitate your resentful stomach. find the tasty mint margarita recipe here.

Bland foods

If your stomach is hurting because of a potential infection and you have been running off to the latrine lately, eating bland nourishments, for example, rice, potatoes, and toast can truly help. These sorts of food don't put any additional stress on your stomach and work great when your stomach is feeling sensitive. Furthermore, they can ease indications, for example, looseness of the bowels by retaining accumulation liquids and solidifying your stool.

Ginger

Ginger can be of great use when you are dealing with vomiting or bad nausea. Ginger can surely be a bit too strong on flavor for most of the folks so boiling a cup of water and adding some freshly sliced ginger with an addition of lemon juice or honey will do the trick of toning down the strength of the flavor but won’t lessen the efficacy.

Bananas

Bananas are great for an upset stomach if you are dealing with nausea since they are easily digestible and loaded with pectin that will help you firm your stool if you are dealing with diarrhea.

Papaya

Another great fruit to indulge in when you are dealing with an illness of the stomach is the papaya as it is loaded with proteolytic enzymes that help ease the digestive process. Many of these enzymes such as papain and chymopapain help in the breakdown of protein and provide an easy and soothing feeling to the stomach as the healthy acidic environment develops in it.

Water

Although technically, not a fruit or food, but water is very useful when it comes to battling nausea and stomach illness. So the next time you feel your wheat bag gurgling, try hydrating yourself properly.read more: 6 Surprising Foods for a Flatter, More Toned Belly

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