Liverpool news Ten foods that will give you a bloated belly PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Bloating causes discomfort, belly pains and make your clothes feel tight

Liverpool news Ten foods that will give you a bloated belly PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Bloating causes discomfort, belly pains and make your clothes feel tight

Liverpool news Ten foods that will give you a bloated belly PremierLeague-News.Com
06 August 2022 - 03:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Fitness experts have warned that certain foods can lead to bloating. With bloating comes discomfort, belly pains and clothes feeling tight - it can be an all round miserable experience. However, it's something that most people encounter but can be made worse by certain foods. Even balanced, organic diets can cause bloating and poor gut health, but simple changes can remedy irritation and discomfort. Making smarter food choices taking extra time to chew food, staying hydrated and being aware of individual food intake limits, can help reduce the chances of being bloated. READ MORE: Dentist warns of TikTok DIY dental 'hacks' amid Turkey Teeth trend A spokesperson for BreakingMuscle.com said: “There is a common perception that only highly processed foods can cause stomach irritation, bloating and poor gut health, but that is wrong. Sugars, lactose and gluten are present in many food items and they can often be unkind to our insides, even if they’re coming from natural sources. “Beans are a great example of this and they are famous for flatulence for a reason. They contain sugars called oligosaccharides, which can make it all the way to the large intestine undigested. Once it gets there, the fermentation process releases gas which can cause stomach irritation and wind. “For most of us, the simple way of finding out if certain foods don’t sit well is purely through trial and error. Removing and replacing certain things from your eating pattern will help build a comfortable diet. It’s important to bear in mind that everyone is different and what works for someone else may not work for you. Taking more time to chew, staying hydrated, and being mindful of food intake limits, can all be factors that can reduce bloating too.” Top ten foods to avoid in order to stop bloating AsparagusAsparagus is one of the many cruciferous vegetables which can lead to undesirable digestive symptoms.

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.BlackberriesThis fruit can take longer to digest than others as they are high in polyols (sugar alcohols) which can be difficult to break down in the body.CoffeeCoffee contains caffeine which can irritate the gut and lead to bloating. Also, some of the acids in coffee are known to upset sensitive stomachs.WatermelonWatermelon is packed with fructose, which is a naturally occurring sugar that can cause bloating when consumed in large amounts.PotatoesThe starch content in potatoes makes them a high gas-producing carbohydrate. Try swapping potatoes for rice as rice is the only carbohydrate that does not cause gas.OnionsFructans are soluble fibers that are found in onions and can cause digestive issues. Red onions have high levels of these fibers, so switching to a white onion may help.BeansThese legumes contain sugars called oligosaccharides, which although may be naturally occurring, our bodies can find difficult to break down.Soy sauceGluten is a major ingredient in soy sauce and this can cause inflammation throughout the body. Many people may actually have an intolerance to gluten without actually knowing it.EggsSome people may find that eggs will upset their stomach and sensitivity to them can cause gas and bloating. The sulfur in eggs is also the culprit for the foul smell produced when releasing wind.CucumberCucumbers are high in a chemical compound called cucurbitacin which can cause gas production in the body. Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up here READ MORE: Spain clarifies rule as Brits told they have to spend £85 a day Loose Women's Carol McGiffin shows off 'new look' with 'face full of fillers' Universal Credit, PIP, ESA and JSA benefit payment date changes for August Channel 4 A Place in the Sun 'fail' as property viewing is 'gatecrashed' Rylan Clark addresses relationship rumours as fans issue Coleen Rooney demand

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