Dr. Oz B.R.A.T. Diet For Stomach Aches, Kale Good For Allergies

Dr. Oz Talks About The B.R.A.T. Diet To Ease Stomach Aches and Why Kale Is Good For Allergies

Sometimes when you are feeling sick it’s hard to know what to eat and what not to.  For one thing, you may have lost your appetite because of an upset stomach and have no desire to eat.  Another thing that you have to worry about is that some foods can make your stomach feel even more upset.  Today (February 28, 2014) Dr. Oz talks about the best foods to make your stomach aches feel better.  Dr. Oz also talks about why Kale is good for allergies and which foods are the best to eat when you have a cold.

The B.R.A.T. Diet For Stomach Aches

If you have an upset stomach, Dr. Oz suggested the B.R.A.T.  The acronym simply stands for bananas, rice, apple sauce, and toast.  The B.R.A.T. diet helps ease your upset stomach because the give you nutrients but are also low in fiber.  Dr. Or. Oz said that when your stomach is upset these foods will give your digestive system a break while you have a belly ache.

Kale Is Good For Allergies

Spring is around the corner and for many people this also means that allergy season is on its way.  Dr. Oz said that you can ease your allergy symptoms through diet.  When of the best foods that you should eat during allergy season is Kale.  Dr. Oz said that Kale helps relieve allergy symptoms because it is an anti-inflammatory and relieves congestion.

Chicken Soup Really Is Good For A Cold

You may have thought that eating chicken soup while you have a cold is an old wives tale, but believe it or not it does help relieve the symptoms associated with a cold.  The sodium helps keep your body hydrated and acts as a anti-inflammatory.  Choose a chicken soup that has dark meat because it will have a higher zinc content.  Studies has shown that zinc shortens the  lifespan of a cold.

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