There is a divided opinion on what foods to eat to treat diarrhea, but most experts recommend eating solid foods as soon as possible, according to NHS Choices. Eating light foods without fats and spices such as rice, sou... More »

Whole grains, such as oats, brown rice and barley, beans and peas, dried fruits, apples and oranges without the skin, and carrots are high in soluble fiber and will add bulk to the colon, often relieving diarrhea, accord... More »

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Bananas, white rice, mashed potatoes and applesauce are all good foods to eat when a person has diarrhea, claims About.com. Yogurt, steamed chicken and blueberries are also ideal choices. More »

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Some of the foods to eat if one has diarrhea include bananas, potatoes, cooked eggs, broiled meat, pasta, boiled vegetables, soup among others. Typically, the diet of a person who is experiencing diarrhea includes liquid... More »

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Whole grains, such as oats, brown rice and barley, beans and peas, dried fruits, apples and oranges without the skin, and carrots are high in soluble fiber and will add bulk to the colon, often relieving diarrhea, accord... More »

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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, acc... More »

Foods such as dairy products, fatty foods, sugar-free foods and gas-producing foods usually make diarrhea worse. Other foods that exacerbate diarrhea include alcohol, caffeine and carbonated beverages and unsafe foods. More »