Foods That Fight Bloating

Written by Dr. Veena Madhankumar and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team

6 Foods That Beat Bloating and Flatten Your Stomach.

#1 PAPAYA: This might not be the favorite food for most of us, but it could be a very good friend for people suffering from bloating. Being similar to cantaloupe in texture it is rich in enzymes that help in digestion & prevent bloating.

 
 

#2 YOGURT: Being a probiotic, yogurt plays a major role in preventing bloating. They contain friendly bacteria which helps your body in digesting food and preventing ‘Irritable Bowel Syndrome(IBS)’ as well.

#3 BANANAS: The high potassium content in banana makes it an effective weapon against bloating. It prevents fluid retention in the stomach avoiding bloating.

 
 

#4 PEANUT BUTTER: The most favorite combination for toast is also known to fight against bloating. Two tablespoons of peanut butter should do the trick.

#5 WATERMELON: Watermelon is the right combination of water & vitamin C, all of which help in fighting against bloating. Water flushes out the excess sodium in the body while vitamin C prevents further sodium build up.

#6 SPINACH: The high fiber content in spinach works wonders against bloating.

     


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