Tips To Reduce Bloating

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Trying to beat the bloat?

Bloating happens when the gastrointestinal tract (GI) is filled with gas. It is a painful condition that is pretty hard to manage especially when it doesn’t go away for hours. A lot of people suffer from this due to health reasons, but it also occurs in those who overeat or choose foods that cause bloating.

If you are one of the people who often experience this abdominal hassle, this article is here are a few tips for you to help reduce bloating!

Avoid Overeating.

The most common cause of bloating is overindulging foods. Stuffing your stomach with a lot of food, no matter what size your belly is – is a big NO. In a 2008 study, it was found out that people who feel bloated do not necessarily have enlarged tummies nor increased pressure in their abdomen. The problem mostly is due to sensory.

Therefore, it is best to simply eat moderately. Listen to your body and know when to stop. The feeling of fullness is a sign that your stomach is already full.

Chew Properly.

Chewing your food properly reduces the air you swallow while eating. It also slows down your eating time and will most likely decrease your caloric intake. The golden rule is that you keep a duration of 20 minutes meal time. The brain usually picks up the signal that the stomach is satisfied after 20 minutes of eating.

Drink Green Charge.

Healthxcel’s Organic Green Charge is made with natural and powerful ingredients to reduce bloating. An after-meal drink like tea, with a teaspoon of our green powder, is a great remedy to remove the gas from the gastrointestinal tract. Any beverage or soupy dishes can also be sprinkled with this blend to prevent bloating or simply have it in water with a squeeze of lemon first thing in the morning!

Know Your Food Intolerance.

Sometimes, bloating is a sign of allergy or intolerance. It may be best to know which particular food is causing you to experience abdominal discomfort. Common foods that cause this are wheat and gluten, eggs, lactose-containing products, and fructose.

Reduce Fatty Foods.

Fats stay in the stomach longer than carbohydrates and proteins. This simply implies that fat can keep you feeling fuller for a long time. Avoid this feeling by making sure that you are only eating fats in moderate amounts.