Examples of bland foods people can consume after a bout of diarrhea include bread, toast and pasta, explains the American Academy of Family Physicians. Other foods include boiled potatoes, cooked carrots and bananas, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
Bland foods are soft, low in fiber and nonspicy, notes MedlinePlus. A bland diet includes foods that do not irritate the stomach, reports the American Academy of Family Physicians. These low-fiber foods are binding foods that help the stool become firmer. Foods such as bananas are also high in minerals, and this helps to replace lost nutrients due to diarrhea.
People can consume low-fat dairy products when on a bland diet, according to MedlinePlus. However, if they have a problem digesting lactose, they can take yogurt instead, explains the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
Other foods in a bland diet include cooked, frozen or canned vegetables, reports MedlinePlus. People can also consume canned and cooked fruits that are seedless and skinless. Examples are peaches and apple sauce. People on a bland diet can consume meats that are lean and tender such as whitefish and poultry. However, the meats should be baked, grilled or steamed with no added fat.