Bloating after eating is no fun. If you’re like I used to be, your stomach can blow up to a tremendous size for seemingly no reason. It also doesn’t seem to matter how much you’ve eaten, or particularly what you’ve eaten!
Stomach bloating is painful, uncomfortable and frustrating, no matter which way you look at it.
So how do you put a stop to bloating after eating? Can you ever eat without the worry of the terrible aftermath?
The good news is—yes you can! Here are 3 invaluable tips:
- Do you have a wheat intolerance? Try cutting out wheat-based products for a week. Many people find the wheat in gluten really hard to digest. Remember though, wheat is in many different foods, such as bread, crackers, biscuits and cakes. Personally, I’ve found that bread (especially white bread, but wholemeal bread too) causes the most bloating problems with me.
- Do you have an intolerance for dairy products? Lots of people struggle to digest a naturally occurring sugar in milk called lactose. Try cutting out milk, cheese and yoghurt for a week (tricky at first, I know!) and check if it makes a difference. I find that if I have a little dairy I’m not too bad, but a whole pizza’s worth of cheese and I look pregnant!
- Do you drink enough water? Most people don’t drink nearly enough water. Your body requires a regular intake of fresh water to digest food properly. A lack of enough water can be enough to cause bloating symptoms all on its own. Drink plenty of fresh drinking water all day, you’ll be amazed at the effect it has on your bloating.
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You're bloated because of what you eat. It's simple really! This free anti-bloating eating plan and report helped me put a stop my uncomfortable bloating problems.