6 Foods To Eat In Diarrhea

Diarrhea is an irritating issue under which a person’s digestive system does not work properly due to indigestion and many more reasons and as a result, he/she passes a watery stool 3-5 times or even more during a day.

While prescribed medications is a good bet to get rid of diarrhea but as they also comes with the baggage of side-effects, opting for some healthy foods can help to heal.


Yoghurt, especially having live bacterial cultures can easily keep diarrhea at bay and also heal it. The live cultures aid to restore the ‘good’ bacteria in the intestine and destroy the ‘bad’ bacteria which cause diarrhea.


Ginger has properties to treat food poisoning can also act as a great food item to eliminate cramps and stomach/abdominal pain. Have ginger teat 2-3 times daily when having diarrhea.

Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek seeds are considered beneficial to cure diarrhea as they are laced with high mucilage content. This is because Mucilage provides a great antidiarrheal effect. Chew some with some yoghurt to ease diarrhea.

Apple Cider Vinegar

One of the other most sough-after home remedies for diarrhea is using apple cider vinegar as it works as an effective agent against bacteria that paves way for diarrhea.

Carrot Soup

Carrots are believed to have antidyspeptic properties to cure diarrhea as it’s a high-bulk food. Children could be given carrot soup if they are having diarrhea as it also make up for lost minerals during lose motions.

White Rice

Plain or white rice is one of the best considered foods to eat when dealing with diarrhea as it’s an easy-to-digest food. It also aids to add bulk to the stools and decrease stool’s amount.

Try to include these foods when you suffer from diarrhea and kick it out easily.

What’s more, you may also opt for a natural product to cure diarrhea such as Bael from Himalaya and stay away from the fear of side-effects as in the case of most of the prescribed and OTC (Over-The-Counter) medications.


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