When you feel queasy, a gourmet meal is probably the last thing in your head. Thankfully, this list of five delicious recipes can help you get through the summer feeling good and eating well.
Here are 5 summer recipes that you’ll not only be able to stomach, but enjoy as well.
Nothing goes down so easily as a refreshing popsicle in the middle of summer, and the best thing about them is how easy they are to make. These yogurt and fruit popsicles are not just refreshing but nourishing, and they include a bit of ginger, which helps to naturally soothe feelings of nausea.
Sour foods help many people relieve their feelings of nausea. This tasty sandwich pairs tart apple with tangy sharp cheddar, and is sure to please adults and kids alike. Swap butter for cooking spray to reduce the greasiness factor.
If migraines are the cause of your nausea, these amazing flank steak tacos from The Dizzy Cook, which are citrus-free and made with simple ingredients, will delight you without triggering migraine symptoms. And frankly, even if you don't suffer from nausea at all this recipe just looks soooo good!
Eating light foods in small quantities spaced out through the day can help when nausea is on the prowl. This delicious cucumber salad is quick to make and nutritious, and it's tangy flavors and light ingredients will help keep the queasiness away.
5) A Refreshing & Soothing Drink
It's summer, and whatever else you do, you need to stay hydrated. But how to keep your hydration down? We have two great drink options for you to try throughout the season. For the more adventurous among you, the "What's Up Doc? Carrot-Ginger Mocktail from CamilleStyles.com comes highly recommended. Sound weird? Here what she had to say about it: "I’m not typically one to order a 'mocktail' . . . I’d rather just drink an iced tea or grapefruit juice. However . . . I discovered a serious exception to the rule."
On the other hand, for those who want to try a stalwart summer drink with a bit of an anti-nausea twist, check out this delightful Mint-Ginger Lemonade as a thirst-quencher that's friendly to queasy stomachs.