Edited By: Pragati Bhandari

Yogurt Yogurt contains probiotics, which are beneficial bacteria that support gut health and aid in digestion. Look for yogurts with live and active cultures.

Ginger Ginger has natural  anti-inflammatory properties and can help soothe the digestive tract, making it useful for relieving nausea and indigestion.

Bananas Bananas are easy to digest  and provide essential nutrients, including dietary fiber and potassium, which  can help regulate bowel movements.

Papaya Papaya contains the  enzyme papain, which  assists in breaking down proteins and can aid digestion. It is also rich in fiber.

Peppermint Peppermint can relax the muscles of the gastrointestinal tract, reducing gas and bloating. Peppermint tea is a popular choice for digestion.

Whole Grains  Foods like oats, brown rice, and whole wheat are high in fiber, which promotes regular bowel movements and helps prevent constipation.

Fennel Fennel seeds can ease indigestion and bloating and can be consumed as a tea or chewed after meals.

Chia Seeds Chia seeds are packed with fiber and can help regulate bowel movements, preventing constipation. They also provide healthy fats and omega-3s.