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What To Eat When Your Tummy Hurts?
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I have had an upset stomach for a week now, and feel extremly sick. I still am eating, but use to eat saltine crackers and bland food when my stomach is upset I have been eating a lot of peanut butter banannas does anyone have any suggestions to some bland foods that wont upset my already turned stomach?

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It varies for me - apple sauce often works. Almonds sometimes. Tea w/ honey.

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Sorry to here you feel so bad-but I do understand! <_<

For me, I always have rice. I really like the jasmine rice, it has a nutty kind of flavor. Also, if you can do dairy, I like cottage cheese and yogurt. Those tend to get me through when I feel really icky!

Hope your better soon!

Lollie

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I have had an upset stomach for a week now, and feel extremly sick. I still am eating, but use to eat saltine crackers and bland food when my stomach is upset I have been eating a lot of peanut butter banannas does anyone have any suggestions to some bland foods that wont upset my already turned stomach?

Hi--sorry you feel so yucky :( I would suggest eating something different--like rice bread toast, cream of rice cereal, gluten-free broth, tea, or any bland, cooked thing that sounds good to you. I would switch off the peanut butter and bananas for a day or 2 at least--if they have not helped by now, maybe they are not what your body is needing. Since I've been gluten-free, I can only tolerate PB once or twice a week. Hope you feel better soon! :)

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Sorry you feel so crappy...

I'd go for non-high fiber cooked to death fruits and veggies, and plain meats if you can handle it.

Applesauce, canned pears and peaches (in their own juices), nothing very acidic.

I miss saltines, too. :(

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You might want to try camomile tea. Anything with ginger can be helpful as well.

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Thank you all so much I guess I have just had a little virus that has taken a while to get out of my system, I had some good homemade bread for lunch with peanutbutter, and I just had some apple sauce with peanut butter mixed in, if you cant tell that is my comfort food, and helps me add some protein and dense calories, I cant stand to loose any weight!

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I've read that bananas are good for a damaged intestine.

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I've read that bananas are good for a damaged intestine.

Yea they are good Iv had one today too, its a convient food when you don't feel so hot!

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When I feel yucky I tend to favor tea (regular or peppermint) and white rice. This may sound crazy but I still lean towards a bagel (gluten free ofcourse) when I feel sick. I'll toast a Glutino bagel and put some peanut butter on it.

Hope you feel better soon. :(

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I had read somewhere that Kale is very healing for the intestine. Even early in my diagnosis I ate a lot of it. Unlike some green veggies that are hard to digest, kale really does make my gut feel better. I saute it in a little olive oil, and sometimes mix it with Lundgren Family Farms brown riceor Bob's Creamy Hot Rice Ceral.

Sounds a little crazy, but I was willing to try anything. The sauteed kale all by itself really works for me.

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Potatoes always feel good on my stomach when it is hurting. Either baked or nuked and I add EVOO and salt for taste.

You might want to try a different nut butter or hemp seeds for protein. Also, I can ususally tolarate rice protein powder in water. Juice is always too strong when my stomach is upset.

Hope you feel better soon ... marcia

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Thank you, my nauesa just doesn't make since, I am not eating ANY gluten and the past few months only eat dairy if I have taken a lactaid, it doesn't make since so I have cut out all dairy, it seems to be worse after I eat and makes me have PAIN, I just can't figure it out.

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I've noticed that I feel that way from time to time. I think it is worse when i eat less or not at all. Although it hurts when I eat. It seems to get better when i can get back to a regular diet. Have you decreased your intake of food? Just a thought. Do you take anything like pepcid? Sometimes I just make way too much acid.

I hope you feel better!

Lollie

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soup-chicken, glutano crackers (like saltines), sprite--that is always my first go to and always seems to help.

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First I would like to tell you Laura, that I love that you go by Lollie, I am Laura too, and my grandmom's name is Lollie, and I love it! I plan to have a little girl one day and name her that.

Well, I am tryin to eat as much as I feel like, I am eating about 1500 calories the past few days which is lower than normal, but im tryin to eat alittle along, my dad is a true believer in taking a donatal, stomach spasm relaxer thing, my brother teases me that its a sugar pill, but I am tryin to listen to my dad, I am going to try to intake more food today, so far Iv had a whole Gillians roll toasted and scrambled eggs, strawberries. And Im about to eat a pack of Almonds. So I am puttin forth some effort, hopefully soon I will feel back to eating like I love to, like I said my gentics are naturally thin so I have to pack on the food to maintain my weight, Im about 105 and 5'7

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