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Many women suffer from bloating and it can be quite frustrating especially if you have an occasion that requires you to dress up. Bloating isn’t caused by just eating certain foods; stress can also cause indigestion and bloating.
Gas, bloating and flatulence are side effects of our natural digestive processes. A small amount of gas production is normal throughout the day. It is a common symptom that people often experience after eating a meal.
What are the common causes of Bloating?
Foods that may cause gas and bloating
Some foods are well-known to cause bloating, they are:
How to avoid or reduce bloating? Some simple changes in your daily lifestyle and dietary habits can add to relief.
High-fibre foods can cause you some discomfort and bloating especially if you do not eat them regularly. Since they are very important for a healthy digestive system, it is recommended to slowly increase the fibre intake in your diet to allow your body to adjust to them. You can get fibre from fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes. Other dietary guidelines to reduce bloating are:
Tip: If a certain food causes you discomfort, try to avoid it.
Soaking beans or legumes overnight and rinsing thoroughly before cooking may also help avoid bloating after eating them.
Good to know:
NESVITA® Pro-Digestion Fat Free milk is supplemented with ACTIFIBRAS™, Nestlé’s unique fibre combination that helps regulate intestinal activity so you don’t feel bloated.
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