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Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Tips to Remove Stomach Gas Naturally





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When burping, belching and breaking wind occurs too frequent, then there is cause for concern. However, before rushing to take appointment with your physician why not find out the cause and possible natural remedy. Where these fail, then you may consider going to the hospital for examination.
Excessive gas is not only uncomfortable — especially if, let’s say, you’re sitting in a room full of people all day — but it can also be a major health concern. All that extra tooting can be the result of irritable bowel syndrome or constipation, but it can also be caused by the foods you eat or the air you swallow, according to EverydayHealth.com

“Lack of proper digestion of some foods can cause gas. If you have beans and they haven’t been soaked properly or you’re eating too much too soon, your stomach ends up bloating and you start to gas,” nutritionist Shannon Kadlovski told Hughington post.

Gas is not necessarily harmful, unlike constipation. However, it can be unpleasant and could be a sign that foods are not being broken down properly.

Chew your food well. The more you chew, the less work your digestive system has to do to break down your food. This is especially true for carbohydrates, as they begin digestion in the mouth,” says experts.
Is your stomach grumbling? Here are 10 foods that prevent excessive gas — and 6 others to avoid altogether:
Ginger
Raw Honey
Peppermint
Cinnamon
Drinking Water
Green Juices
Pineapple
Fennel
Flaxseed
Cabbage
AVOID: Beans
Avoid: Cruciferous Vegetables
AVOID: Processed Carbs
AVOID: Dairy
AVOID: Onions
AVOID: Carbonated Drinks
Ginger:
Ginger can help with an upset stomach and clam down your digestive system, If crush some fresh ginger and take with warm water immediately after a meal.  It will heal release gas and calm your stomach.

Raw Honey:
Known as being a popular home remedy, a spoon of raw honey can prevent excessive gas, especially if taken in empty stomach before your meal

Peppermint:
If you’re having a hard time digesting your foods, Kadlovski recommends eating peppermint leaves raw or adding them into a tea.

Cinnamon
Cinnamon can help metabolize fats in the digestive process, allowing your body to refrain from excessive gas,  Cinnamon is great for easing digestion and helping  avoid constipation.

Water:
Just think about your toilet — your body also needs a flushing and water is the way to do it.  Remember that there is a scientific to take water and get result like observing the Water Therapy which is already becoming popular.  It simply means taking at least 6 to 8 glasses of water upon waking up in empty stomach as a regular routine to flush gas and other impurities before bombarding the stomach with proteins and other foods to work on.

Green Juices
Fresh green juices made with kale, spinach, cucumber, collards or spirulina for example, can all help alkalize the body and reduces gas.  most green foods especially in the form of juice are good in removing stomach gas.

Pineapple
Pineapple is a natural way for your body to break down food especially undigested proteins making it easier to digest. It has anti inflammatory properties to help combat inflammations which worsens the situation.

Fennel
Some cultures eat fennel seeds after eating a large meal to reduce inflammation of one’s stomach and intestines and ensure proper absorption of nutrients.


Flax seed
  Flax seeds not only prevents excessive gas, but they can also help fight constipation. Grounded flaxseeds in smoothies, dressings and yogurts are simple ways to add them to your everyday meals.

Cabbage
Some foods that usually cause gas also can help you reduce it.  If cabbage is eaten raw in large quantity, it could cause gas, steamed cabbage however works the other way by helping remove stomach gas.

Avoid: Beans
Beans can lead to gas if consumed in excess or too much too soon. Soaking your beans helps to improve digestibility. It is also important to ensure that your beans is properly cooked. i.e it has be very soft.

Avoid: Cruciferous Vegetables
Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts should always be cooked before consumption to avoid gas.

Avoid: Processed Carbs
Sure cupcakes, muffins and bagels taste great — but they also confuse our bodies. If you have gas, avoid carbs that have chemicals or harsh ingredients that don’t always get recognized by your digestive system.

Avoid: Dairy
Some people may be sensitive to lactose products, if you are, avoid any milks, cheeses or yogurts if you’re suffering from excessive gas.

Avoid: Onions
.Onions and garlic, even though they are good for you, are high in sulfur that can cause gas

Fizzy Drinks
The fizzy gas inside your cup should give it away — refined sugar is also hard for our digestive system

Stomach gas that fails to improve or response to these natural attempts should however be reported to the doctor for proper examination and other possible causes.

Source: Hughingtonpost.com

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