Do your clothes feeling a little tight after a meal?
Ever wonder why sometimes when you go shopping for clothes nothing seems to fit just right? Could it be that you just ate and the food you consumed has made you a bit bloated?
It’s so hard to feel comfortable when you feel tired and bloated after a meal. Bloating can cause you to want to wear loose fitting clothing to hide your body. Bloating can also change your mood. You can go from feeling great to feeling not so good. When you’re tired you want to relax or sleep due to lack of energy. It’s time to start to pay attention to what you eat in order to better take care of you. This article talks about food, offering you several choices you can make that will help if bloating is an issue.
I’m not a doctor, this is not medical advice. Just like you, I’ve dealt with this issue and have found ways to control it so I’m sharing what I know with you. Please as with anything related to health and wellness, always check with your doctor before making important changes. There may be food restrictions you need to be aware of.
Try these foods that fight bloating instead.
- Bananas are high in fiber and help to relieve water retention.
- Water with lemon. The water keeps you hydrated and lemons are a natural diuretic that helps the body reduce salt retention and you’ll love the taste. Drink it warm for best results.
- Dash original instead of salt to add great flavor to your food.
- Cucumbers, cut them up. Save 2 for your eyes to reduce puffiness and eat the rest because they contain an antioxidant that helps reduce swelling.
- Munch on papaya, they contain enzymes that helps to improve digestion.
- Try some cantaloupe you’ll love the effects of the anti-bloating potassium.
- Celery will reduce fluid retention and make a great take along snack.
- Put some asparagus on your plate.
- Sprinkle a little ginger, this natural anti-inflammatory food helps reduce bloating, cramps and is a popular home-remedy for achy muscles too.
- Just add spinach. Leafy greens taste good are loaded with fiber and help reduce water retention too.
- Oatmeal, it’s good for breakfast and won’t make you puffy.
- Tomatoes reduce sodium and regulate your appetite. They’re so versatile you can eat them with almost any meal.
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