Can I eat tomato soup with an upset stomach?

Chef's answer
High-fat foods cause the digestive tract to contract, which can lead to constipation or diarrhea. Foods high in acid, like tomatoes and orange juice, can cause and exacerbate digestive problems. You don't need to put your stomach through a loop and make it break down difficult-to-digest foods right now.Aug 21, 2013
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