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Foods that help with bloating

Bloating is mostly caused by constipation and excess gas, what we consume on a daily basis contributes to bloating and other digestive issues.

Bloating happens to many people, each and everyone has experienced bloating many times. There are some foods that help with regularity, preventing fluid, retention and enhance health gut, which helps decrease the chances of being bloated.

Here are some foods that help with bloating:

1. Avocados

Avocados are high in fibre which moves slowly through the digestive to support regularity and help prevent constipation and bloating.

2. Cucumber

Cucumbers are 95 percent water, which makes the great for relieving dehydration and bloating.

3. Kiwi

Kiwi contains actinidin that helps in digestive issues. Kiwi helps reduce bloating, constipation and stomach pains.

4. Berries

Berries are high in fibre, which helps in constipation and bloating.

5. Ginger

Ginger contains an enzyme called zingibain, which helps break down protein more efficiently to support healthy digestive, preventing bloating and feeling of fullness.

6. Bananas

Bananas are rich in potassium, which supports a healthy fluid balance and prevents bloating and water retention.

7. Paw paws

Paw paws contain an enzyme called papain, which helps the body breakdown amino acid, which helps us with healthty digestion and prevents bloating.

8. Lemon

Lemon helps to loosen the toxins floating around the GI tract, and also reduce the risk of burping and bloating resulting from excess gas production in your gut.

9. Pineapple

Pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain, which helps fight inflammation and improves issues like bloating and swelling.

10. Apples

Apples are high in a type of fibre called pectin, which can accelerate the movement of food as it passes through the digestive tract to treat bloating and constipation.

If your are bloated, try the above foods before you decide to consult.


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