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Foods and Drinks That Helps Reduce Bloating and Gas in the Stomach

Constipation is to eat enough fiber-rich plant foods. These can include whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. Including too much fiber in the diet too quickly can cause bloating.

Aside from eating healthy foods, staying hydrated can help prevent constipation and water retention. Here are foods and drinks that can help reduce bloating;

1• Oranges_ Oranges are a good source of fiber and water, which can help prevent water retention and promote regular bowel movements. They are also rich in vitamin C the health of the bacterial community in the gut.

2• Bananas_ Also a good source of fiber, bananas contain potassium, which can help regulate sodium levels and prevent water retention.Study also indicated that bananas may be associated with less bloating. It found that females who ate a banana twice a day had less bloating than those who did not. Eating bananas daily may promote the growth of a beneficial strain of gut bacteria.

3• Pineapples_ Pineapples contain enzymes called bromelain. This enzyme is often used in traditional medicine to treat digestive complaints.Studies found out that pineapple juice reduced inflammation in mice with inflammatory bowel disease. Due to the encouraging results, its recommended for humans.

4•Tomatoes_ Tomatoes contains prebiotics, a nondigestible food component that promotes the growth of healthy gut bacteria. The prebiotics in tomatoes are beneficial for people who have Crohn’s disease, malabsorption, and several other bloating-related conditions.

5•Carrots _Carrots are high in vitamin A, which is important for maintaining homeostasis in the gut. Studies also suggests that dietary sources of vitamin A increase the strains of beneficial bacteria in the gut.

6• Celery

Studies says that celery is high in apigenin, a flavonoid that naturally occurs in plants. The research shows that celery can increase the growth and diversity of gut bacteria, which could improve digestion.

7• Fermented foods_Many fermented foods, such as kefir, kombucha, and sauerkraut, contain probiotics, which are friendly strains of bacteria that are beneficial for gut health.

 8•Ginger tea_ Is a common home remedy for bloating, constipation, nausea, and other GI complaints. Although more studies are necessary to provide evidence of its effectiveness, it has no known side effects, and many people enjoy drinking ginger tea.

In addition to including particular foods in a person’s diet, some lifestyle habits can prevent bloating. Avoiding talking while eating or drinking,eating smaller, more frequent meals rather than larger meals, avoiding or limiting fizzy drinks, chewing gum, sucking on hard candy, and drinking with a straw, sitting down for meals and eating slowly.Avoiding artificial sweeteners like sorbitol, erythritol, mannitol, maltitol, and xylitol.

Certain people may experience bloating and GI distress due to certain conditions, such as IBS, gastroparesis, and food intolerances. If people do not experience relief after following the above advice, they may wish to contact a healthcare professional, as they may have an undiagnosed condition, thanks for reading please share.


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