When you feel out of nowhere you’ve gained 10 pounds in less than a week, bloating may be to blame. 1 in 10 Americans suffer from bloating or some sort of abdominal pain on a regular basis. Any one of those people will tell you that it is all about what and how you eat that is the cause. There are a number of remedies to reduce gas and stomach discomfort. If you want to nip it in the bud long-term, slow down at the dinner table and cut fatty foods from your diet. You will see a change in the way your stomach feels after meals in no time!
Eating lots of fiber after or with your breakfast will keep your bowels regular therefore reducing the potential gas and bloating you get after eating. Things like carbonated drinks or really salty foods have to go. When cooking at home, replace salt or salt-based seasonings with spices that stimulate your digestive system like ginger, cumin, caraway, dill, cardamom, and black pepper.
Whatever the reason for that embarrassing built up gas, you have to deal with it before it becomes serious. Remember to stay hydrated. The more water you drink, the less bloated you’ll feel.