Even though having gas might be humiliating, everyone does. The result of the digestive process is gas. No one is immune from it, even if the quantity may vary from person to person.
The following foods, according VeryWellHealth, can cause gas:
Rich sources of difficult-to-digest carbohydrates may be found in mushrooms. Because the small intestine cannot completely digest these sugars, eating mushrooms may result in gas. Instead, it proceeds through fermentation in the large intestine. Following fermentation, intestinal gas is produced and expelled.
2. Beverages containing high fructose corn syrup
As the fructose in high-fructose corn syrup is broken down by your intestines, it might cause gas. High-fructose corn syrup, rather than sugar, is used to make the majority of sweetened beverages and sodas.
If it is in a carbonated beverage, which primarily introduces more gas into your digestive tract, the symptoms may even worsen. Therefore, the extra gas will come out the other end if you don't burp it out.
Wheat isn't typically thought of as a food that causes gas. But when beneficial bacteria in the large intestine break down the starch in wheat, it releases gas. Bran and whole wheat in particular may be the cause.
Fructose, a kind of natural sugar, is also present in wheat. Wheat fructose that is not digested may ferment in the large intestine and cause gas.
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