12 Jul 2012

Do You Suffer From Bloating After Eating?

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Do You Suffer From Bloating After Eating?

Food is one of the greatest pleasures in life. The wide variety, the preparation, the presentation, and the atmosphere that surrounds a good meal — all have a divine design that heightens all the senses. The fine company that often comes with “breaking the bread and passing the wine” isn’t bad either.

However, if you suffer from bloating after eating, you might view these wonderful moments as something a little less special. In fact, you might actually avoid eating out with friends and family because you fear what it will do to you before the meal is over. When you do choose to indulge, you may have a constant worry in the back of your mind: “How much am I going to pay for this later?”

How to Remedy Feeling Bloated After Eating

If you know you have a good chance of feeling bloated after eating, here are a few precautionary steps you can take to remedy the situation before it starts:

  1. Drink an adequate amount of water – Too little water often leads to constipation; too much water can lead to bloating from fluid retention. Find a healthy balance of water to keep your digestive system moving smoothly. Most experts recommend eight glasses of water per day.
  2. Avoid anything carbonated – Whether it’s seltzer water, soda or champagne, turning down the bubbly stuff can mean that you suffer less bloating when the party is over.
  3. Know your food triggers – Which foods are worst for your tummy? Which ones leave you in agony hours after dinner is over? Which ones give you heartburn, indigestion, bloating or gas? In our ebook, we explore which foods are common culprits.
  4. Eat slowly – It might be tempting to simply eat without giving it a second thought, especially if you are in the midst of a lively conversation. Instead try to focus on pacing yourself by using smaller plates and cutting your food up into smaller bites. Chew each bite thoroughly to add even more time to your meal.
  5. Make a pre-emptive strike – If you know you are going to suffer from eating that dinner at the Mexican restaurant, find ways to combat it before you go with over the counter medications. A dose of Beano, digestive enzymes or medications that contain simethicone can help you alleviate gas, and therefore also alleviate bloating.

Although these may not always work, most of the time these simply remedies can help. However if you would like to get to the bottom of what is truly happening in your body, get a copy of our ebook today. Our discussions on gas and bloating can help you figure out what’s going on, why its happening, and how it can be treated.

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