8 Digestive Drinks

Constipated or bloated after a nice meal? Diet may affect digestive health and tummy disorders like these, which can make daily living uncomfortable. There are liquids that may aid digestion.


Drinking enough water helps break down meals and move it through your digestive tract so you can use the restroom often. Constipation and inconsistent bowel motions make you bloated.



Many kombucha products have added sugars, which may be detrimental to the stomach, particularly if drank in excessive quantities," explains Richards.

coconut water

Diarrhea depletes electrolytes. Pure coconut water replaces them. Weight-management expert Rachelle Caves, RDN, CPT, recommends it over sugary, artificially colored sports drinks.

Turmeric Beverages

According to Savvy Stummy creator Paulina Lee, MS, RD, LD, curcumin in turmeric drinks stimulates the gallbladder to generate bile and improves digestion. 

Fennel tea

Fennel tea, which tastes like anise, has been used medicinally for ages. Studies demonstrate that the fragrant herb helps digestive and gastrointestinal issues.


Prune juice

Due to its high sorbitol content, prune juice has a slight laxative effect, therefore I recommend it for constipation," explains Health Canal nutrition consultant Bianca Garcia, RDN.


Gingerol, an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant ingredient in fresh ginger, helps enhance delayed digestive motility and speed small intestine absorption.

Aloe vera juice

Aloe vera juice, available in stores or fresh from the plant, soothes the stomach. "Aloe vera contains many antioxidants and can speed up digestion.

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