Health Tip: Getting Over a Stomach Virus

Foods that shouldn't bother a sensitive tummy

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(HealthDay News) -- After a gastrointestinal virus makes your stomach sensitive and you feel nauseated, avoid heavy foods that can worsen your symptoms.

The American Academy of Family Physicians suggests these easy-on-your-tummy foods:

  • Bananas.
  • Rice and plain potatoes.
  • Plain applesauce.
  • Plain dry toast.
  • Saltine crackers.
  • Clear broth.

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