BLOATING Foods You Must Reject From Your Diet to Avoid Stomach Bloating

Bloating is any abnormal gas swelling or increase in diameter of the abdominal area. As a symptom, the patient feels a full and tight abdomen, which may cause abdominal pain and is sometimes accompanied by increased stomach growling, or more seriously, the total lack of it.

Experts revealed surprising foods you must avoid for stomach bloating.Certain vegetables and stone fruits are among these.

But no matter how many vegetables people may eat, many hassles to get a flat stomach of their desire.

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Some cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli cannot be digested properly by some people, perhaps due to a lack of enzymes.

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For some people these vegetables are not digested completely in the small intestines, maybe due to a lack of enzymes,It means, that when they reach the large intestines, bacteria in that part of the gut can cause gas and bloating when breaking down those foods.

Pulses such as lentils can also cause bloating – but soaking them overnight in water helps.  Stone fruits such as plums can also cause stomach troubles.

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Although they are good for you and are low in fat, try and choose salad vegetables such as salad leaves, and tomatoes, which will not make you bloat.
lentils contain phytic acid, which may lead to bloating – but soaking them in plenty of cold water with some lemon juice or vinegar overnight can reduce the potency.
Milk
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Lactose is also a sugar and if an individual is deficient in the enzyme (Lactase) required to break down the lactose, this can lead to symptoms of bloating.
Stone Fruits
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Such as plums, as well as dried fruit, are packed with organic compounds called sugar alcohols and, while beneficial to our digestion and overall health, it does depend on the bacteria in your viscerous.

Sweeteners
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Excess sugar of any kind (including artificial sweeteners) can lead to gasyness, particularly in someone with an imbalance of unfavorable to beneficial bacteria in the intestines.

The bacteria feed off sugar and excess sugar can help to feed the less-friendly bacteria and cause an imbalance in the stomach, which can lead to symptoms of bloating.

Spices

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These can cause irritation and others can ferment in the digestive system causing stomach bloating.
Chewing Gums
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Foods that lead to excess air being swallowed or that cause ‘bubbles’ in the stomach (such as fizzy drinks) will bloat you.

Chewing gum also sends your body a sign that you are about to swallow food and the body will begin to produce digestive enzymes, which when not used can also exacerbate bloating.

Salt
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Never add extra salt to your food – not only is this bad for your heart and your blood pressure but especially for dieters, salt actually increases the amount of water that the body retains and can therefore make you look more bloated.

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