Apples: Fiber helps clear out nausea-inducing chemicals in your system, but too much at one time can make you feel even worse. Throughout the day, snack on such fiber-rich foods, such as apples, and crunchy raw vegetables.
Simple Carbohydrates: Simple carbs like crackers, potato chips and pretzels can help absorb stomach acid and settle a queasy stomach.
Ginger: Options: ginger tea, ginger ale, ginger snap cookies, ginger candy, pickled or sugared ginger, or a piece of raw ginger in a cup of hot water.
Water: Staying hydrated will help avoid headaches that often accompany nausea.
Nuts and nut butters: A lack of protein can make nausea worse, so nuts are a great quick and easily digestible source of protein.
Chicken broth and sports drinks: Help replenish electrolytes and sodium.
Bananas: Restores potassium, which can often become depleted from vomiting.
Sprig of Mint: Chewing on fresh mint or drinking a glass of mint tea can help settle your stomach.
Carbonated Drinks (without artificial sweeteners)
Herbal Teas (red raspberry, lemon, spearmint, peppermint, peach, or chamomile)
Foods rich in B6: Chicken, turkey, beef, pork, salmon, tuna, bell peppers, spinach, green peas, yams, broccoli, asparagus, turnip greens, and properly prepared peanuts, sunflower seeds, cashews, hazelnuts, and lentils are all rich in vitamin B6. Note: Vitamin B6 degrades when exposed to heat, so prepare these items at the lowest temperature possible.
Foods rich in B12: Sardines, salmon, venison, lamb, beef, shrimp, scallops, yogurt, and raw milk.