This delicious oaty breakfast is low in fat and calories and will keep you full all morning. Serve with one of our suggested toppings. Start the day the right way with a nutrient-packed oaty breakfast – full of stomach-friendly fibre, great for digestion. An easy, healthy breakfast. Soaking oats and seeds overnight makes them easier to digest, and the muesli will be extra creamy. Great for a quick breakfast straight from the fridge. A luxurious breakfast for two Snack on this oaty bar to stave off hunger pangs. It contains dried fruit, chia, sunflower and sesame seeds, coconut and hemp powder. Quick and easy to make, this banana, prune, almond milk and nut butter smoothie is an ideal on-the-go energy boost.
Tummy troubles due to overindulging, stress, or a nasty bug can strike at any given moment. It’s uncomfortable enough dealing with bowel issues, but darting to the nearest bathroom every few hours okay, sometimes even minutes! As an overall rule, it’s best to stick with bland foods when your digestive system is off, says Jaclyn London, M. Most people know to steer clear of triggers like dairy, sugar, fatty treats, and alcohol but the synthetic sugars found in ultra-processed foods they often end with “-ol,” like sorbitol and xylitol can also spell trouble. Here are some snacks and drinks that may heal an uneasy gut and bring you back to your “regular” state. The high-fiber fruit not only keeps the system regular and aids in recovering from diarrhea, but the vitamin B6 also reduces bloating caused by fluid retention and the magnesium helps to relax muscles. While it may seem counterintuitive, keeping your belly empty when feeling queasy can create more nausea because there’s nothing in the system to absorb stomach acid. Upton suggests nibbling on white toast or soda crackers every few hours since the starches from these simple carbohydrates “lack fiber, protein, and fat — all of which slow digestion and sit in your stomach longer. Upton’s top two choices belong to the BRAT bananas, rice, applesauce, and dry toast diet, “the clinical diet plan registered dietitians use when patients have acute diarrhea or nausea. Adding whole grains can both soothe tummy ailments and prevent any future intestinal issues. Aim to hit at least 25 to 35 grams of total fiber per day, but don’t overdo it. Prebiotic foods — produce, whole grains, pulses, nuts, and seeds — can help “fuel” friendly gut bacteria in your GI tract, London explains.
This recipe reminds me of the Cracker pudding without the crackers my grandmother use to make. Deep S Cinnamon Vanilla Pudding 1 egg yoke 1 cup almond milk 3 teaspoons of sweet blend you might use less depending on how sweet you like things. Add in your sweet blend… turn heat to med heat. Whisk in gluccie.. There are few things better than a big bowl of piping hot soup on a cold, blustery day. This is especially true of creamy soups loaded with meat, vegetables, and lots of flavor that fill you up. This chicken corn chowder meets all of those qualifications. Super tasty Chicken Avocado Soup! A soup that’s incredibly easy, deliciously fresh, and brimming with flavorful chicken and plenty of tempting avocados. Quick Homemade Ramen – comes to life with fresh vegetables and herbs in just in 20 minutes!