How Food Can Help Your Recover And Feel Better

Whether you are recovering from a brief illness, you are a recovering addict, or you have a chronic illness, eating the right foods can actually help you feel better. Some foods can help you lessen pain, stomach aches, and even headaches. It is true that what you put in your body has a determining factor for your overall health.


So what are you eating on a daily basis, and how do those foods make you feel? If you are eating a bunch of junk food or fast food, it’s pretty likely your stomach feels upset. And, if you suffer a condition that already upsets your stomach these are definitely foods you don’t want to eat.

Drink More Water

There are many foods and drinks that can help your mood and your brain, one of them simply being a glass of water. Water can help clear your mind when you’re having brain fog, whether it’s just tiredness, medication, or you accidentally got some gluten. There are far more reasons than this to make sure you are getting enough water though.

The water you drink helps the outside of your body too; like your hair, skin, and nails. Since the human body is mostly made up of water, making sure you get enough can help with stomach problems, tiredness, and even bowel movements!

Fruits And Vegetables

Fruits and vegetables are full of vitamins and minerals and the best couple of food groups on the food pyramid. You can start to feel better no matter what is wrong with you if you start adding these to every meal, and exchange unhealthy snacks for them.

Bananas is one of the best fruits to eat when you have a tummy ache, even helping stop diarrhea in some people. They can also give you a boost of energy. Don’t waste your time trying to open them at the stem though, no matter how raw or ripe they are, just pinch the bottom and peel.

Healthier Brain And Heart

Eating fish is a great way to increase the health of your brain and heart. If you suffer from heart disease or high blood pressure, or you want to avoid diseases like parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, you need to get at least two servings of fish a week, while some doctors will suggest three servings.

Fish not your thing? Nuts and avocados also contain omega-3 fatty acids, which are the good fats also found in fish that are good for your health.

Calming Foods

Bananas aren’t the only food that can help an upset stomach. Pregnant mothers, and even cancer sufferers, sometimes munch on saltines to help ease nausea, and it works. You may need to eat some bland foods for a while, which can be chicken with no spices and some brown rice.

Other calming foods, for fighting this link the flu, include soups. You want brothy soup though, not something creamy or cheesy, and heavy. Think turkey, vegetable, or chicken soup.