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8 Foods That Can Cause Bloating

Bloating is no one's friend. What's worse is when you haven't had something you know causes you to feel bloated, like, say, maybe a bag of salty chips, but still find yourself feeling inflated for seemingly no reason. The truth is that even though some foods seem healthy, or even actually are, they have properties that can make you feel like a balloon. Here, registered dietitians share foods (and one drink) that can make you feel swollen, plus a few tips on how to debloat them.


TOP 8 FOOD ALLERGIES AND HOW TO EAT HEALTHY DESPITE THEM! If you’re suffering from bloating, rashes, joint pain, fatigue or asthma, it may be caused by what you’re eating.

10 Foods That Cause Bloating and What to Eat Instead
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10 Foods That Cause Bloating (& What to Eat Instead)


It's time to de-puff that pooch! Bloating is fluid building up between cells in the body, and can be caused by poor digestion, too much sodium, or your period. But if you pay attention to what you're eating, you can usually avoid it. To stay in bikini-ready shape all year long, try these bloat-busting items.


WHAT TO EAT TO BEAT BLOATING 1) peanut butter. 2) asparagus. 3) dandelions. 4) coconut water. 5) pineapple. 6) yogurt. 7) peppermint tea. 8) avocado 9) fennel seeds. 10) grapes.


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6 Foods That Fight Inflammation - Get Healthy U

We all know that eating a healthy diet can vastly improve our health and lead to weight loss. However, what isn’t as widely known is that eating unhealthy foods can also cause inflammation in the body as well as in the intestinal wall via bacteria, allergens and other harmful toxins. Luckily, there are foods that naturally fight inflammation!