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    Primal Stomach Flu Remedy?

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    Mom's got what she's calling a stomach flu: chills (no fever), dry-heaves. She asked me to get her some bananas, noodle soup, and white rice.

    She's not very primal (although she's read Mark's book!)--and neither is her choice of remedies, it seems.

    Any ideas on some Primal Upset Tummy remedies?

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    Honestly, I give her the food she wants. When you're sick typically you only feel the desire to eat certain things. Plus rice and bananas are a-ok on primal.

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    I just had the stomach flu last week (it was hell!), and gave in to a piece of dry toast. I hadn't been sick like that since I was a kid, and it was what my mother used to give me when I got sick. I think it was more of a psychological thing than anything, but it helped, and I am okay with with having one piece of bread for the first time in 6 months.

    I think some bone broth would be primal-friendly, as well as rice or bananas.

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    Ginger tea is seriously fabulous! grate a bit of fresh ginger in a cup, add hot water and let it seep for a minute or two. I drink it as is but some folks like to strain it. Ginger is an amazing spice for nausea....

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    Peppermint tea can soothe and warm broth can help. It depends on how well food is staying down.

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    strong alcohol, to kill the bad organisms inside

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    I make a light bone broth with ginger in it. I would go with chicken bones since chicken soup works wonders on people when they are sick. (although beef bone broth is going to be a big healthier)
    "If man made it, don't eat it" - Jack Lallane

    People say I am on a "crazy" diet. What is so crazy about eating veggies, fruits, seafood and organ meats? Just because I don't eat whole wheat and processed food doesn't make my diet "crazy". Maybe everyone else with a SAD are the "crazy" ones for putting that junk in their system.

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    Rest, hydration, chicken soup made with chicken bone broth and as ginger as she can handle, more rest. And stay home so she doesn't share the bug.

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    Broth is the one.

    I myself have had my 1st cold in 3 years recently. Wonder if it could be the bread i've been eating recently lol

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    Bananas, white rice and broth soup. Your mom chose pretty well.

    Something easy on your digestion.

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