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What To Eat When You Feel Nauseous?

You tend to feel very uncomfortable when you feel nauseous. Even going out or attending a meeting is impossible if you feel nauseous. So, is there any quick remedy which can make you normal?

Well, first avoid the foods that cause nausea. Also, avoid the foods and smells which make you feel repulsive when you are suffering from nausea.

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What To Eat When You Feel Nauseous

Say no to spicy foods, greasy foods, fatty foods and fries. It is better to avoid dairy products too. Here are some foods you can try when you feel nauseous.

Citrus Fruits

Lemon juice can refresh you instantly when you feel nauseous. You can also boil peels of lemon in water and drink the water.

Apple

Apples can help your body flush out chemicals that cause nausea in the first place. They contain fiber. You can also mix a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water and consume it.

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Nuts

Peanuts, almonds and pista can also do some good when you are suffering from nausea. They give energy and protein. Actually, protein deficiency could also make you feel nauseous.

Banana

Eating a banana helps a lot when you feel nauseous. It contains potassium and also cures dehydration.

Ginger

Sip ginger tea or simply eat a small piece of crushed ginger to cure nausea. But consume it in moderation to avoid irritation in your stomach.

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Dark Chocolate

A small piece of dark chocolate can help too. But don't overdo it as it may turn into an addiction.

Peppermint

Even the aroma of mint leaves can do a lot of good when you feel nauseous. Sip mint tea and your nausea will subside soon.

Water

The first thing that helps when you feel nauseous is drinking water. Sometimes, even dehydration could cause nausea. If that is the case, water helps in hydrating you and subsiding the symptoms of nausea.

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