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Bloated: 11 ways to get rid of a bloated stomach

Bloated: 11 ways to get rid of a bloated stomach

11 Ways To Get Rid Of Bloated Stomach

Bloated stomachs are a real pain! It is without doubt an uncomfortable experience. This can be even harder on you when you have to be around other people when your stomach is rumbling and in serious pain. How do you deal with this annoying feeling? Well, this article will cover 11 ways through which you can get rid of bloated stomach.

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So let’s get into it. Here are the easy ways you can get rid of that bloated stomach.

1. Use anti-bloat remedies

pineapple way to get rid of a bloated stomach

There are many natural remedies such as probiotic yoghurt, parsley, pineapple, ginger and peppermint tea, which can help relief bloating. For instance, peppermint is an antispasmodic agent that can help relax the digestive tract and facilitate smooth passage of air and food through the stomach. Ginger on the other hand has active ingredients such as shogaols and gingerols, which promote the emptying of the stomach and in so-doing speeds up digestion. Linked below in the 9th method of how to get rid of bloated stomach is a supplement called All-Fibre which is rich in both peppermint and ginger, great for relieving bloating.

2. Supplementation

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Supplements can be a great way to ensure your digestive system works well and you that you do not have a bloated stomach. One supplement I can recommend is DIESTzyme by Vita Heritage Healthcare. Made of all natural ingredients the supplement is packed with key ingredients to ensure successful digestion. The supplement contains peppermint, Ginger, Turmeric, Apple cider vinegar powder, Alfalfa powder, Amylase, Fennel Seed powder, Betaine hydrochloride, Lipase, Magnesium stearate and so much more. All of these ingredients are packed with multiple different benefits but all have a common benefit which is to reduce bloating.

3. Limit sugary drinks and snacks

Pizza, Coca-cola, sprite ways to get rid of a bloated stomach

Sodas or carbonated drinks can cause gas to be trapped in your belly resulting in bloating. Go for water flavored with lime, lemon or cucumber or enjoy coffee or peppermint tea, which has anti-inflammatory properties and can boost digestion. Avoid chewing gum as this can make you swallow air and result into bloat.

4. Eat smaller meals

mushrooms - smaller meals - way to get rid of bloated stomach

To some extent, eating large meals can make you feel bloated. Rather than eating 3 big meals in a day, eat smaller meals spread out throughout the day e.g. for instance, you can take six meals daily. Make a meal plan that has enough calories proportionate to your needs along with all macro nutrients.

5. Avoid wheat and milk

wheat ways to get rid of bloated stomach

Lactose intolerances and wheat allergies are attributed to bloating so if you are intolerant, avoid gluten containing foods such as whole-wheat bread and dairy. That said, no need to go dairy-free as you can still enjoy fermented milk products such as kefir, aged cheese and yoghurt as these promote proper digestion while fighting any swelling or related inflammation.

6. Avoid hard-to-digest foods

broccoli and cauliflower ways to get rid of a bloated stomach

Whilst cruciferous veggies such as brussels sprouts, kale, cauliflower and broccoli are nutritious, the body may find it harder to digest them. As such foods ferment in your digestive tract, they leave behind gas and contribute to bloating.

Dairy, whole grains, lentils, beans and foods with artificial sweeteners can also cause bloating.

7. Eat less salt

salt ways to get rid of a bloated stomach

Sodium, particularly from highly processed foods such as canned foods, cured meats and processed snacks, can cause dehydration, which leads to bloating. In place of salt, cook with herbs and spices and replace the salad dressing with oil and vinegar to reduce salt intake. Also, read food labels to ensure you don’t buy products that exceed 1,500 to 2,300 milligrams of sodium per day.

8. Eat slowly

eating meal out ways to get rid of a bloated stomach

Eating too fast or not chewing your food well may result in swallowing a lot of air, which can result to gas buildup in the stomach. To avoid this, simply slow down your eating bearing in mind that digestion process actually begins in the mouth. Actually, eating your meal for at least 30 minutes not only reduces gas buildup in the stomach but can help you eat less and boost digestion.

9. Have more Fibre

fruits ways to get rid of a bloated stomach

Eating an insufficient amount of fiber and lack of body fluids can lead to bloating. To avoid such a scenario, aim for about 38 grams of fiber per day if you’re a man and approximately 25 grams as a woman. Fiber comes from legumes, vegetables, fruits, whole grains, seeds and nuts so try to get as much of these into your meals as possible and drink about 6 to 8 glasses of fluids per day.

Fruits and vegetables are always the best way to go for getting in more fiber to get rid of bloated stomach. However, sometimes we don’t have the time to sit there and eat a lot of these foods so an alternative is to supplement this. A supplement we recommend for this is All-Fibre by Vita heritage Healthcare. This is a supplement with high dietary fiber with a weight loss blend. Per 5g serving it includes dietary fiber, glucomannan powder, sugar beet fiber, peppermint leaf, ginger root, fennel seed, l-glutamine, psyllium husk powder and so much more. This is a quick and easy way to get in much needed fiber and help reduce bloating.

10. De-stress

Yoga on a mountain ways to get rid of a bloated stomach

Being stressed or anxious can interrupt normal hormonal and neurotransmitter function. Hormones and neurotransmitters play a major role in efficient digestion. Stress upsets digestion and absorption of food in the bloodstream and can result to buildup of gas. Anxiety on the other hand revs up the speed of breathing, which can make you swallow more air than required. To distress, practice; breathing exercises, meditation, exercise and eat a well-balanced diet (preferably low carb).

11. Exercise Daily

exercise ways to get rid of a bloated stomach

Lack of physical activity can cause bloating due to accumulation of fluids in the body. A 20 minute walk a day can help release fluids through sweat, prevent buildup of gas and also help food move easily though the digestive tract.

To find out the potential causes of a bloated stomach click here!

Products I would recommend to get rid of a bloated stomach

  1. DIGESTzyme by Vita Heritage Healthcare
  2. All-fibre by Vita Heritage Healthcare

Resources

https://www.webmd.com/diet/features/10-flat-belly-tips

https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/11-ways-to-get-rid-of-bloat-and-prevent-it

https://www.everydayhealth.com/digestive-health/10-ways-get-rid-bloating/

https://www.fitnessmagazine.com/weight-loss/tips/advice/get-rid-of-belly-bloat/

 

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Ashton Pitman

Hi, I’m Ashton Pitman. I’m an Author, Entrepreneur, fitness enthusiast, Black Belt in Jiu Jitsu and hold a diploma in human nutrition. After my training in Jiu Jitsu and other martial arts I began to wonder more about how the human body works. I was intrigued by the physique of people like Bruce Lee and often wondered what he must have gone through to become so ripped. This led me down the path of human nutrition. Today I am an Entrepreneur and Author. Writing about what I love and now I want to share this with the world. I want to take my knowledge and translate it in an easy way so that everyone can understand. In my books I aim to break down the myths and give you honest answers. I want to educate you in a way that you can then make an informed decision on what will best help you to lead a healthy and balanced lifestyle. I invite you to use my e-books and blog posts as a source to help you achieve your goals and live the life you have dreamed of. I hope I can inspire you to keep improving daily and be the best version of yourself.

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