Foods that Are Good for Your Stomach

· August 19, 2014

There are a lot of foods that, due to their wonderful curative properties, are great for alleviating some gastrointestinal issues such as diarrhea, abdominal distension, gas, and cramps. All of these irritations can be treated with natural products. Read this article to learn about the many foods that can help you effectively combat these stomach irritations.

Foods that are good for your stomach

Papaya

This delicious fruit can be great for treating gastritis and stomach ulcers. Papaya is easy to digest and can calm the pain and discomfort that some foods can provoke by irritating the walls of the stomach. You can eat it raw, preferably in slices during breakfast, or as juice. Make sure you eat it ripe.

Oatmeal

Oatmeal shake

Oatmeal is a very complete food that can satiate you quite well. It can help you avoid the impulse to eat between meals. It helps to improve digestion due to its high fiber content, and also reduces cholesterol levels. This food is also used in many beauty treatments and as a key player in a lot of weight-loss diets.

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Apples

These fruits are delicious and they contain a high level of insoluble fiber. Apples are also rich in pectin and other natural enzymes that can help prevent lots of stomach irritations. For people who have delicate or sensitive stomachs, it can be a lot easier to eat baked apples. Therefore you can easily benefit from their several good properties.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon

Cinnamon is highly utilized to combat diarrhea and other stomach irritations. It’s good at eliminating gases that accumulate in the intestines that cause pain and lots of other irritations. Also, it can reduce stomach inflammation. You can consume cinnamon teas and just add it to any or all of the other foods you regularly consume.

Fennel

Fennel is an excellent natural antiflatulent and is best prepared as a tea with half a tablespoon of its seeds in a dish of boiling water. With this simple remedy, you can free yourself from that pesky gassiness.

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Avocado

Sliced avocado

Avocado is a great source of potassium and fiber, and due to the natural oils, it’s very good for your stomach. You can eat it at any time of the day with any other food.

Now that you know which foods can best benefit your stomach, you should be conscious of how you treat your stomach and learn to take care of it in the most natural and delicious way possible. You can do this by incorporating these foods into all of the meals you prepare everyday. In this way, you can have a more peaceful life and be healthier by treating and preventing stomach pains and irritations.

Don’t forget the recommendation we always mention in Step to Health, it’s always much better to try to prevent than to have curing health conditions and diseases. So, make sure you don’t forget which foods you should be consuming to maintain a healthy digestive system!

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