BLOATING – what you should or shouldn’t eat
We are often in a situation that we feel bloating in the stomach. We wonder what the causes of this and what is best to eat in order to avoid this unpleasant phenomenon. We will give some guidance and suggestions on how to solve this problem.
When we feel bloating often we take any sparkling drink to alleviate this phenomenon, here’s why it’s not good. Carbonated drinks releasing carbon dioxide which makes flatulence even stronger. Also taking salty foods cause water retention in the body. There are many other foods that cause bloating in the stomach but also more importantly, there are foods that make them reduce the sense of full of stomach. Now let’s look at what the foods that encourage or regulate bloating.
what we shouldn’t eat
Milk produce. Cheese, yogurt, ice cream can cause bloating. Almond, coconut or rise take if you are intolerant to lactose (try to avoid soy).
Fruits and Vegetables. Some fruits and vegetables, including apples, pears, bananas, raisins, asparagus, potatoes, cabbage, broccoli and lentils contain complex sugars and starches that are heavily degradable. It is obvious that this is not the food you want to avoid so it’s best to cook these foods to boost their rapid decomposition and digestion in the body, it also reducing the portions.
Beans. It contains sugar oligosaccharide, which is not easily digestible for our body, so that when it reaches the colon, activates the bacteria that causes bloating. Immersion beans proven to reduce the amount of oligosaccharides which does not diminish the nutritional value of the beans.
Chewing gum. When you chew comes to swallowing air, which will cause stomach bloating. It is even worse if you opt for sugarless gum because it often contains sorbitol and xylitol, which is fermented by bacteria in the intestines and cause further bloating.
Fatty foods. Fat slows digestion, prolonging the food fermentation time – makes it longer.
Artificial sweeteners. Artificial sweeteners such as sorbitol are not good for the digestive process. In addition to juices, candies and chewing gums can often be found in low calories food.
Spicy food. It stimulates the release of stomach acid.
what we should eat
Cranberry is a natural diuretic so it will help in removing excess fluid in the body.
Ginger is one of the most common anti-inflammatories.
Green tea is also responsible for speeding up your metabolism.
Cucumber will reduce swelling and bloating of the stomach.
Whole grains (excluding those that contain gluten) in themselves have a high percentage of fiber.
Apple cider vinegar has a high percentage of minerals and potassium that help in cell clean but also have a role in the breakdown of food.
Coconut water has a high percentage of potassium that will help in expelling sodium from the body, thereby reducing bloating.
Pineapple contains bromelain, an enzyme that accelerates the process of digestion.
Posted on September 3, 2015, in ENGLISH, HEALTH, NUTRITION and tagged bacteria, beans, bloating, brakedown food, carbon dioxide, coconut water, ginger, green tea, milk produce, oligosaccharide, sorbitol, whole grains, xylitol. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.