6 Proven Tips To Beat Bloating Naturally


Bloating is a very common & uncomfortable condition where you feel that your belly becomes swollen or enlarged after eating. This can be because of excess gas production or abnormal bowel movement. Bloating can be painful, can cause discomfort, and gives you a “stuffed” feeling.  It makes your stomach look bigger than normal. Though many factors can be responsible for bloating, there are some natural ways to beat bloating. Some of them are explained below.

1. Lemon Water


Lemon water is a rich source of vitamin C, potassium & magnesium. Natural acid present in lemon can help to stimulate the production of hydrochloric acid (HCl) in the stomach & thereby support digestion. Drinking warm lemon water can do wonders but you can have room temperature lemon water also. Just cut the fresh lemon and squeeze in into the glass of water and drink it in either in the morning or when you feel bloating.

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2. Apple Cider Vinegar


Apple cider vinegar has been used since ancient times for curing various health problems. Made by the combination of apples and yeast, apple cider vinegar just like lemon water can stimulate the production of hydrochloric acid (HCl) in the stomach is a natural & provide natural digestive aid. Apple cider vinegar is highly acidic and therefore always dilute before drinking. Drinking diluted Apple cider vinegar before a meal can activate the digestive process and helps to reduce bloating.

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3. Ginger


Ginger is available in almost every house, we can use its paste while cooking, and apart from imparting taste, it can also improve your digestion and remove gases by soothing & relaxing your digestive tract. Its carminative effect will help to alleviate bloating & cramps by removing gases & calming down the intestinal activity. You can have it in the form of ginger tea also with a spoonful of lemon or mint juice or with honey to reduce bloating.

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4. Mint


Commonly known as mint, pudina is one of the oldest ayurvedic herbs which have been since ancient times to calm down the uncomfortable belly. Pudina can relax the smooth muscles of the intestinal tract and thereby reduce cramping, spasm and reduce bloating. It is added to beverages or dishes just to impart fragrance and taste. Pudina juice is a perfect drink to reduce your thirst during summer.

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5. Pineapple & Papaya


Pineapple & papaya are sweet, fiber-rich foods that are a rich source of natural digestive enzymes. Pineapple and papaya both contain the natural digestive enzyme bromelain and papain respectively. Both these enzymes help in the digestion process. People with low stomach acid can have pineapple & papaya either after a meal or with the meal itself to reduce bloating.

6. Sauerkraut


Sauerkraut is a probiotic food that contains live bacteria & yeasts that can provide nourishment to the gut flora or gut microbiota. Fermented foods like sauerkraut are rich in good bacteria and nourish your digestive tract.

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