Foods That Ease Morning Sickness

If you’re nauseous, you’re probably just trying to find foods you can keep down. Try these Bumpie-approved morning-sickness remedies to start feeling better.
BySarah Yang
Jun 2017
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“I love dried mango!” — littleangel_2003

“Easy Mac! I never really cared for mac and cheese much before, but now it helps with any nausea I might be feeling.” — MrsW722

“Lemons are good — either in ice water or by themselves.” — Jessie55

“I have a plain bowl of cereal right before bed. By plain, I don’t mean dry — I mean Kix or cornflakes. That helps me a lot, plus not drinking water in the morning when I’m thirsty. I drink juice or eat something instead.” — Cassianddavid

“Gum helped me a lot, and also natural ginger ale.” — CTri17

“My mother-in-law had her sister (who runs a gelato shop) make me some lemon ginger gelato. One spoonful of that stuff makes my nausea go away almost instantly.” — Jillane513

“Wintergreen Lifesavers and any kind of sour hard candy helped my morning sickness.” — Kes77

“I eat Carr’s Rosemary Crackers. For some reason, the rosemary taste really helps me, plus they’re salty and full of carbs, which is all I want to eat lately.” — missfire

“I drink soda water with a little bit of lemonade.” — Dstar

“Triscuits and cottage cheese are a lifesaver.” — Hannibee

“I have a Coke and a bagel. It makes me feel a lot better.” — Shortcake2675

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