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What Foods Make You Bloated
Lack of fiber: Constipation is due to character of the GI tract and lack of sufficient fiber in the food. Some cases are due to side effects of medication. You may try to increase your fiber intake by eating vegetables, fruits and whole grains. If that does not work try taking a fiber laxative like metamucil. ...Read more
Depends: On if this happens with all foods or just with certain ones. My suggestion is to consider monitoring which foods cause this sensation to get a sense if your body just doesn't tolerate certain foods(not necessarily an allergy though). Otherwise if it happens with all foods and has been going on for a more then a week or two, I would review this with your doctor in person. ...Read more
Bland: It depends on the cause. If you are actually talking about the stomach itself ,, bland would be my answer. NO caffeine or pop or acid type products. If you are talking about the 'stomach' as the abdomen in general . If you are having diarrhea or gaseous issues see your doctor for further advice for both situations. ...Read more
BRAT DIET: Bananas, rice applesauce, tea. Gatorade, coconut water, apple juice. ...Read more
Gastritis: For one, stop the alcohol completely -- your info indicates drinking 8-14 alcoholic drinks a week. This "fruit of the vine" will irritate your stomach lining. You can eat foods containing flavonoids, like apples, celery, cranberries (including cranberry juice), onions, garlic, and tea. This may help stop the growth of any h. Pylori present. Also avoid high fat foods (like avocados). ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
All foods can...: In general, all foods are created equal when it comes to butt-enlarging ability. It all depends on how much of a food (counting the calories) a person eats. Fat is deposited pretty much according to one's genetics, but women with pcos and persons with pre-diabetes metabolic syndrome tend to collect more fat in the tummy's mid-section (happens more if they are eating sugars and starches). ...Read more
Stomach Ulcers: First of all, visit with your primary care physician for proper diagnosis and/or referral to a specialist (ie. Gastroenterologist). Avoid acidic and spicy foods and drinks, including coffee, sodas, fruit juices and any others that contain caffeine. Also, the "energy-producing" drinks must be on that list since they have large doses of caffeine as stimulants. Go to your md and feel better! ...Read more
Waste products.: The process of digestion generates many waste products, some of which are gases. Methane is one which is prominent and has that particular odor which we associate with stool. Certain vegetables and other foods generate more of those particular waste gases. It is healthy to expel those gases, if you feel it is necessary. Good luck. ...Read more
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Constipation: Eat at least five servings of vegetables and four of fruit per day. Increase dietary fiber. Opt for whole grain when possible and avoid junk carbs. Aim for 64 ounces of water per day (more in hot environments or with exercise). Remain physically active. Some people become bound up with dairy products – if that happens to you watch dairy intake. ...Read more
More starches,avoid : Avoid fried/greesy foods. Usually relatively bland foods will be more appealing, seasoned /spiced foods may cause nausea. Steam from hot food may not agree..So use less than steamy hot foods. Cold cuts and fruits are more appealing.Rich foods are hard to digest so go with pasta and more starch based foods. ...Read more
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