Bloated stomach and problems with cramps and diarrhea can be very unpleasant, especially when you can’t stay at home and have to go to work.Although these days is recommended diet to be as simple as possible, there are certain types of foods that can help you restrain your stomach.
There is a reason why bananas are recommended as an energy food for marathon runners. They are easily digestible and they don’t upset the stomach. This fruit helps with upset stomach because it contains pectin, an ingredient that helps to naturally strengthen the capital.
This tropical fruit stimulates and facilitates digestion and helps in constipation. The “magic” is in the enzyme papain and chymopapain that help in digestion of proteins and coating the stomach, allowing healthy acidic environment. If you are unable to obtain fresh papaya, you can always find tablets with extract of papaya in every pharmacy or shop for supplements.
White rice does not burden the already sensitive digestive system and helps in diarrhea because it absorbs fluids from the body.
A number of studies have shown that ginger helps against nausea and improves digestive health. Up to 4 grams of ginger it’s recommended per day, which can be eaten fresh or as a tea.
As well as bananas and apples are a good source of pectin. If you have upset stomach, do not eat whole apples, but bake them and make a mash of them. It will be easier for your stomach.
For stomach upsets it is recommended mint tea or chamomile. Studies have proved that mint activates intestinal canal that handles pain, which among other things, facilitate the symptoms associated with the syndrome of irritable bowel, while chamomile also helps relieve abdominal pain.
Most dairy products are harmful for the upset stomach, but ordinary yogurt has the opposite effect. The key is to drink probiotic yogurt that has “active cultures” that increase the number of good bacteria in the gut and which aid in digestion and reduce bloating.