Some of us will have morning sickness for the majority of our pregnancies, while others are blessed with no issues--lucky you!
However, I'll avoid the graphic nature of morning sickness, and cut right to the chase by passing on some finds that have helped me.
On good days when you can eat, try to make the healthiest choice you can -- whatever that is for you. Try to include whole food items such as vegetables, fruits, dairy, eggs, beans, and meat, etc.
A few favorite items to consider, and keep on hand...
~ Watermelon - great for staying hydrated when you can't keep anything down.
~ Crackers - any kind that you find appealing. I rotated, and frankly, wasn't picky about what type -- just needed to always have some on hand.
~ Top Ramen - I know, not very nutritional. I added an egg (like egg flower soup - scramble and stream into soup mixture and cook for about one minute) at the end of the cooking time to add a bit of protein. This usually would stay down and provide relief.
~ Pears - a low glycemic fruit option. Some days I could only eat pears all day. Thankfully I love them.
Below are some extra relief items that can be found at Whole Foods or online.
This light and refreshing fruit and vegetable blend always hit the spot. I found it to be a good sipping drink -- not too sweet, and not overwhelmingly gingery. A nice blend that helped during the rough times and provide hydration.
I also like to keep Coconut Water on hand. Low in sugar, Coconut Water has many benefits and is an abundant source of natural electrolytes -- a much healthier option than Gatorade.
Pineapple Coconut Water - with a splash of pineapple juice.
Coconut Water - plain coconut water.
I definitely found relief in these ginger chews. They can be a bit spicy, but not over the top.
Caution: if you have fillings or any dental work, I suggest sucking on them and not chewing them as they are more taffy-like.
I found these worked better than prego pops.
I am not affiliated or paid by any above company -- just one of the "unlucky" ones that have tried the gamut of remedies to find relief.