7. Bael Juice
The juice of bael fruit (wood apple) can help relieve morning sickness, and also is good for digestion and preventing constipation.
- Extract the juice of one bael fruit and add two to four tablespoons of it to cooked rice.
- Eat this once daily for mild symptoms or up to three times a day for severe morning sickness.
Crackers are easy on the stomach and can help stop the feeling of nausea. It is a good idea to start the day with one or two crackers during the first few months of pregnancy. Eat some crackers as needed throughout the day and one just before going to bed.
Many pregnant women will keep a small supply of whole-wheat crackers, plain popcorn, or low-salt soda crackers in their purse so they have them handy when needed.