7 Bland Foods to Keep on Hand for a Sour Stomach

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So let’s say you did something stupid. Maybe you ate calamari last night. A lot of calamari. Nice move, genius. Now it’s four in the morning and you’re hanging out on your bathroom floor wondering how in the hell you’re going to stay focused during your 8 AM conference call.

But you were smart at some point, right? You had your wits about you and you loaded that fridge and pantry with your emergency foods so you wouldn’t have to leave the two-foot walk to your toilet to step out and buy groceries. Oh good! I knew you were a smart cookie.. Despite the calamari. We won’t bring that up again.

Did you buy all the right stuff? Here: use this list below to check out some good bland foods to have on hand during an IBS/Crohns/Gastroparesis crisis.

1. Gatorade

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You got the blue flavor, right? It’s the best flavor.

2. Microwavable White Rice

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Because you can’t really be expected to cook right now.

 

3. Cream of Wheat

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Just like Mom used to make.

4. Pasta

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Add butter if you can handle it. Are you man enough? Is your colon?

5. Your Favorite Frozen Chicken Soup

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From a reliable deli near you where you intelligently decided to buy an extra quart and freeze for days like today.

6. White Bread

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My favorite is actually Cottage Bread from Target’s bakery. It’s actually not half bad.

7. Italian Ices

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Got to love that flavored sugar water.

 

What kind of emergency foods or beverages do you always keep on hand?

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