Foods that will beat a bloated tummy

Bloating is a common occurrence and many of us put it down to eating too much. Yes this can be one cause but often, being bloated is simply your body telling you to sit up and listen. Your body cannot talk, so there are ways in which it tries to get your attention.

Bloating can happen for many reasons.

A few are:

  • Not digesting dietary sugars well enough
  • High stress levels
  • Poor diet
  • An overgrowth in SIBOs (imbalance in gut flora)
  • Food allergies and sensitivities
  • Infection
  • Digestive disorders

There are many other reasons and some medical reasons also, and unless you test for certain things, you will not 100% know. For many of us bloating can be a real annoyance and one that can make us feel quite down about our bodies. The real key to results is knowledge, and knowledge is what many of us need to work on. But it’s a minefield, and with SO much advice it is difficult to know where to go first. If you are looking for more knowledge then you should definitely download and sign up to our 14 Day Debloat guide (free).

Given that we are a team of women who work to give you the knowledge, we have programs that give you all of this and more. But in the meantime…here are a few foods that can help support in reducing or ending that bloating.

 

Herbs, spices and teas

Ginger, dandelion, aloe vera, oregano, fennel, rosemary and ginger root.

 

Water rich fruits and vegetables

Leafy greens, cucumber, celery, fennel, artichoke, melon, steamed vegetables, fermented foods.

 

Bone broth

This age old remedy supports the gut lining and helps to naturally soothe digestion.

 

Raw Dairy products

Even in people who are lactose intolerant, ingesting raw dairy products such as kefir can support digestion and decrease bloating.

 

Probiotics

Kimchi, sauerkraut, kefir and kombucha are foods that can kill bad bacteria and trigger better digestion.

 

Also, here are some foods to avoid…

  1. Sugar and sweetened snacks which promote inflammation
  2. Conventional dairy and flavoured yoghurts
  3. Refined grains such as white bread and pasta
  4. FODMAP foods that are classed as high, such as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, onion and garlic.

 

I hope this helps! If you want to download our 14 Day De-Bloat program then click here.

 

Health, happiness, fitness and weight loss can be difficult to master. So much advice and so much confusion. There is a reason we are focused on purely WOMEN’S health and fitness, and it is because we a have 7 times more hormones than men, and we think about food and fitness differently. We NEED a focused plan that not only gives us the results, but give us real time, usable tricks that really aren’t tricks, they are simply focused on how women’s minds and body respond to weight loss and health gains.

 

If you are looking for a program to start then look to join our BeBikini 30 Day program.

 

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Love

Siobhan and the Beattitude Team

 

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