10 Foods To Beat The Bloat

  • 10 Foods To Beat The Bloat

    10 Foods To Beat The Bloat

    No one likes the uncomfortable bloated feeling. And it's not a good look either. Luckily, it's pretty easy to beat the bloat with these 10 foods. If you know you're going to be dining on a bloat-casuing meal, much on these snacks to avoid the uncomrfotable feeling.

  • Parsley

    Parsley

    This herb is a diuretic, meaning it helps your body release excess fluids, AKA less water retention! If you want double the effect, sprinkle parsley on cucumber, which has the same effect.
  • Water

    Water

    Believe it or not, drinking water helps your body get rid of excess water. It seems totally counterproductive, but drinking water throughout the day stimulates the kidneys, helping them flush out water faster. Drink a glass of water 15 minute before meals and an hour after.
  • Pineapple

    Pineapple

    This delicious tropical fruit is rich in digestive enzymes. These enzymes break down the food in your stomach and promote digestion. Eat pineapple half an hour before a meal. The fruit is digested quickly, which gets your digestive system ready for more food.
  • Peppermint

    Peppermint

    Drinking a cup of peppermint tea at the end of meals can help beat the uncomfortable bloat. This herb relaxes muscles in the intestines, allowing gas to pass through rather than building up and causing discomfort.
  • Probiotic Yogurt

    Probiotic Yogurt

    Probiotics are the good bacteria that live in your gut. Eating them daily can help regulate the digestive system. Make sure the yogurt is all natural, organic, and has no added sugar. Other yogurts contain bad bacteria, which isn’t going to help at all.
  • Fresh Vegetables

    Fresh Vegetables

    The fibers in vegetables boost digestive enzymes and help keep digestion regular. Munch on some carrots, peppers, or green beans as a snack an hour before or after a meal. Try to eat fewer servings of beans, broccoli, and cabbage. These veggies contain sugars that are hard for the body to break down, leading to gas.
  • Whole Grains

    Whole Grains

    Swapping in whole grains, like brown rice and whole grain bread, for processed carbs, like bagels and pasta can decrease stored fluids. Unless you have a vigorous workout routine, you don’t need a bunch of carbs. Carbs are stored as energy, but when you don’t use the energy it attracts excess fluid.
  • Sunflower Seeds

    Sunflower Seeds

    If you are addicted to chewing gum, try roasted, unsalted sunflower seeds. When you chew gum you swallow a bunch of air, which gets trapped in your GI tract. This causes pressure and bloating. Chewing on seeds can help satisfy your habit while helping to release the trapped air.
  • Celery

    Celery

    Like parsley, celery is a diuretic, so it helps relieve fluid retention. Celery also contains a ton of water, which helps the kidneys release built up water. Try adding a few celery sticks as an every day snack.
  • Black Pepper

    Black Pepper

    Black pepper isn’t just a spicy seasoning; it is great for digestive health. It stimulates the stomach to secrete a special acid, which aids in the digestion process. Pepper also contains antibacterial qualities, which aid in ridding intestinal diseases caused by bad bacteria.
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