• Oatmeal, crackers.
  • yogurt bananas soup
  • soup no hard food nothing with a strange smell
  • its called a "BRAT" diet. Bananas Rice Applesauce Toast you can drink tea but dont add milk to it. you can have most soups (chicken ect.NO CHOWDER) you can have crackers (saltines) DO NOT DRINK MILK DO NOT EAT DAIRY If anything, ginger ale is the best thing to drink to calm your stomche especially if your vomiting.I know, your probably thinking "this girl's only 12!" yea. I am 12. But i've had so many stomache viruses (not severe.They last like a day or 2) and i've always had to follow these rules. hope my advice helps!!!
  • I find that Yogurt goes down well for me.
  • When I was recovering from stomach flu I found all I could eat was dry toast and water.
  • Dry bread products, clear fluids, soups with lots of noodles, such as ramen. Potatoes are good, so are any mild veggies. Stay away from spices, acidic things like tomatoes and strawberries, and things that don't digest well, such as corn or peanuts.
  • Jello, and flat 7-up!
  • chiken broth, jello, water, flat 7-up or Sprite, misou soup, or yogurt.
  • well, definitely something that isn't too strong because that could cause your stomach to ache even more. Eat something that is easily digestible and take a little at a time. I know I really enjoy chicken broth. Always works for me. Try not to eat something spicy, acidic, etc. I hope you don't have the stomach flu!
  • is gatorade a good drink.
  • Ginger ale and toast.
  • When your stomach is upset, the last thing it needs is food. If you feel nauseated, give your stomach a rest. Don't eat or drink anything for about two hours. If you are vomiting, don't eat or drink anything for four hours. Then begin taking small sips of water and gradually work up to small amounts -- half a cup or less -- of Seven-Up, ginger ale, or Jell-O. Do this for four to eight hours. If you feel like it, try eating saltine crackers or dry toast. Don't start to eat other solid foods for at least 24 hours. Doing this could make you nauseated again. You can also try taking the anti-nausea drug called Dramamine if you are sure that you are not pregnant. Dramamine is not safe to take during pregnancy. This non-prescription medication is available at drug stores, and can be used as directed. If these measures don't control your nausea, you should contact your health care provider. You should also call if you are taking daily medication for any chronic medical condition and nausea prevents you from doing this.
  • A clear liquid diet is probably your best bet, until you can keep solid foods down. I hope this helps!!! Beverages (drinks): * Clear juices (such as apple, cranberry, or grape), strained citrus juices or fruit punch. * Mild tea, without cream or milk. * Mineral, bubbly, or plain water. * Clear soft drinks like ginger ale, lemon-lime soda, or club soda. (No cola or root beer.) * Clear sports drinks. Soup: * Clear broth, bouillon, or consommé. Desserts: * Plain popsicles. Avoid popsicles with pureed fruit or fiber in them. * Hard candy. * Flavored gelatin, such as Jell-O® without fruit. You may also drink gelatin as a warm beverage before it sets. Other: * Sugar, honey, jelly or syrup. * Herbs, mild seasonings, or salt. What should I avoid eating and drinking while on a clear liquid diet? Beverages: * Any beverage that you cannot see through. * Beverages containing alcohol. * Dairy products such as milk, hot cocoa, buttermilk, and cream. * Fruit smoothies, nectars, fruit juices with pulp and prune juice. * Tomato and vegetable juices. Soup and desserts: * All other soups besides broth, bouillon, or consommé. * All other desserts not listed above.
  • Once you're able to hold food down, yogurt has been proven to reduce the duration of diarrhea in gastroenteritis (make sure you eat yogurt with live active cultures - it will say so on the label). I like to mix vanilla yogurt with Cheerios... With regard to ginger ale, the carbonation tends to upset my intestines, so I would recommend Gin Gins (hard ginger candies) for nausea.
  • baby food
  • dry toast, cooked rice or bananas
  • ginger
  • Depends on the reason for the stomach ache...start with bland foods such as dry toast, rice, mashed potatoes, jello, chicken soup (Campbell's, or perhaps just plain chicken broth with rice) and go forward from tha point...if it sounds good to eat and does not make you ill to think of eating it, it would probably be a good choice.
  • dry toast with scambled egg, works for me
  • Anything that is not greasy.
  • Soda crackers, dry toast, dry non sugared breakfast cereal, e.g. cheerios, chex, bland fruit like an apple or banana, etc.
  • biscuits, soup, rice, fruit n veg, simple stuff you know? small portions, nothing too greasy or spicey or too dairy. Remember to take lots of fluids i.e. water, tea, fruit squash.
  • dry toast
  • Clear fluids, then the BRAT diet (bananas, rice, applesauce, toast)

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