8 Reasons You Feel Bloated And How To Fix

A bloated stomach is a common condition and we’ve got tips and tricks including homemade remedies that really do work.
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If you would like to learn how to fix your bloated stomach, this is the post for you. Today we dive into the causes, symptoms, and remedies for this common and uncomfortable condition.

There are a number of reasons why this may be happening to you. It may be that you are allergic or intolerant to certain foods or you might eat too fast! Whatever the reasons, we will cover the most likely causes that will help you beat the bloat.

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8 Reasons You Feel Bloated

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A good place to start is by looking at the typical reasons that you may be feeling bloated.

This infographic shows that insulin resistance and irregular meal times can also contribute. You may also be suffering from some intestinal yeast overgrowth. Gluten Intolerance is another common cause.

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Bloated Stomach Symptoms

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Bloating is a very common condition for both males and females. It also occurs across all age groups.

Hives, rashes, itchy skin, watery eyes, brain fog, and poor concentration are all signals associated with this condition. If you suffer from fatigue or have blood in your urine or stool, this may also be an indicator. Pain around your lymph nodes including your groin, throat, and armpits are also common symptoms.

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How To Get Rid Of Bloating Fast

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According to 1800 Remedies, the most common cause of bloating is the body’s inability to correctly digest foods. One of the best ways to help your food digest properly is to drink plenty of water. You might also like to include The Biggest Loser Fat Flush Water to your diet.

Water is an essential ingredient as it flushes through your system. It is best to drink your water before and after meals. The other bonus is you will feel fuller! Other causes of bloating are as follows.

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Feeling Bloated? Celery Is The Answer

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Celery is full of Potassium and Sodium and helps you reduce excess fluids. Put simply, you feel less bloated. It’s also full of fiber so you won’t be tempted to nibble between meals.

This Celery Shot Recipe from Driven 2 Divide has a gentle diuretic effect which quickly normalizes fluids without leaving you dehydrated.

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One of the great benefits of juicing is that it’s easy to digest. This means that your body absorbs more nutrients faster. It’s also a brilliant way to assist your liver to detox.

We recently shared a 72 hour cleanse that is ideal for rebooting your body. This is something else that would be worth road testing.

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The Bloated Stomach Diet

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Dr. Axe has put together the bloated stomach diet. This is something that is extremely easy to follow and gets great results. He suggests Probiotics and Raw Dairy as opposed to conventional dairy foods. Aged raw cheese, kefir, and yogurt are all good choices.

Water-rich fruit and greens will also be a huge help. Make sure to stock up on leafy greens, steamed and fermented vegetables. Herbs, spices, and Teas are all excellent choices.

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Anti Bloat Foods

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Certain foods can work against you. This infographic from 1800 Remedies is a good reference and outlines the foods that you should be moving towards.

Spinach, cabbage, parsley, ginger, avocado, bananas, cranberries all make the list.

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Ways To Lose The Bloat

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When there is no medical cause behind the bloating, some simple tips can relieve the condition. You may even be able to stop it from occurring in the first place. Here’s what the experts suggest.

Maintain a regular diet with moderate amounts of healthy foods. 

Try yoga. Certain poses can help with digestion and improve bloating.

Cut back on your alcohol intake and don’t replace your champagne with fizzy water, stick to still water.

Switch your fibers. Try rye or spelt bread rather than white and avoid gas-producing foods such as beans. You might also like to try Dr. Eric Berg’s healthiest bread in the world recipe.

Bye Bye Belly Bloat

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It really is possible to lose the bloat. Here are 5 top tips that will help you on your way.

  1. Stress less as it can disrupt the muscular contractions that move gas through your stomach.

2. Skip fat and caffeine as they are the two biggest triggers for bloating

3. Go for a walk or a run. This can help move the gasses through your system and ease the pain.

4. Limit the sugar in your diet, especially from fruits and fruit juices. They form more gas when they ferment and cause bloating.

5. Use a ball. Rubbing a ball over your abdomen can help the gas move through the small intestine.

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Bloat Be Gone Roll-On Recipe

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The above recipe from Jenna Drew uses Essential Oils. This according to Jenna assists with de-bloating. Here’s what she says to do.

Combine 20 drops of Lemon, 20 drops of Peppermint, 20 drops of Rosemary. Pop it in a roll-on bottle and use it as required.

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