We’ve all been there, that bloated feeling, the protruding belly and constant discomfort. It’s the pits, and it doesn’t have to be that way. For everything there is a cause, and
bloating is no exception.
If you struggle with feeling bloated from time to time and want to know how to nip it in the bud, read on.
Ditch the Junk
Processed food is terrible for you beyond bloating. It steals from your body instead of nourishing it. But the effects it has on belly bloat are profound because of one thing: iodized salt. This stuff is the worst for bloating. Always use non-iodized salts like sea salt or himalayan salt.
Drink Lots of H2O and Tea
Flushing your body out with lots of water and tea can help to get rid of whatever is causing the bloating.
I like to add slices of lemon, grapefruit and cucumber to my water as it makes it tastier and also helps stimulate digestive enzymes in the gut. Black tea, which contains small amounts of caffeine, has a slight diuretic effect, helping to draw excess water out of the body. Peppermint tea helps with gas and stomach pain, and it’s so refreshing. You can even mix the two and drink throughout the day hot or cold.
Taking digestive enzymes (ask me about which ones I take) with foods that normally cause you to bloat can really help the cause. They give your system a helping hand in the digestive process and help your body to better assimilate nutrients.
Eat More Fermented Foods
Fermented foods are a powerhouse of digestive benefits and can drastically reduce bloat. Adding a serving of sauerkraut, fermented veggies, kimchi, miso or tempeh to
each meal is the best way to get rid of bloating for good. As your microbiome starts to build up and strengthen you’ll notice the bloating that used to be all too familiar, rarely shows itself.
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