–If you can tolerate any food, try the BRAT Diet (Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, Toast).
–Dry crackers by your bedside work, but only if you nibble on them! And eat them in bed before you attempt to get up and move
–Avoid greasy or spicy foods, or foods with a strong odor
–Have your foods and beverages at room temperature, hot food sand drinks may add to nausea
–If you want cooked foods you can cook fruits and vegetables (like apples and carrots) Cook them lightly with fresh ginger
–Drink peppermint tea or ginger tea
–Peppermint essential oil, Spearmint essential oil, Ginger essential oil (place drop on finger and touch tongue with finger). Make sure to use only therapeutic grade oil with the Supplemental Facts on the label (Young Living fulfills these qualifications)
–Small sips of room temperature filtered water with a drop of one of the above essential oils. Do this every fifteen minutes to prevent dehydration.
–Juice fresh celery juice with carrot and ginger
–Small sips of cool not cold, naturally carbonated unsweetened beverage such as Perrier, or Pelligrino
–If you vomit make sure to replace fluids along with mineral sand electrolytes. Sip any fluids that you can keep down including broth, clear juice, and natural nectars.
–If you need to replace electrolytes and can’t get to a health food store or your Young Living supply, you can drink Pedialyte bought in drug stores or Gatorade (try to get everything without sugar when possible) in regular stores.
–Most health food stores sell Emer’gen-C in small packets that can supply vitamins and replace important minerals. Young Living has a powerful mineral product called Mineral Essence delivered in liquid form by a dropper. Besides minerals it also has Lemon, Cinnamon and Peppermint oils.