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What promotes bloating: It's not just cabbage and beans that can cause symptoms

2023-12-07T19:37:27.340Z

Highlights: What promotes bloating: It's not just cabbage and beans that can cause symptoms. High-sugar foods as well as sugar-free sweeteners such as sorbitol, mannitol, and xylitol. Unripe fruit and vegetables that cause heartburn. Certain types of water and water with a lot of carbonic acid. Certain teas that are said to reduce belly fat while you sleep. Vitamin D preparations at Ökotest – only five out of 20 remedies are convincing.



Status: 07.12.2023, 20:30 PM

By: Natalie Hull-Deichsel

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While a bloated abdomen is normal, it can become uncomfortable, especially when pain is added. Which foods promote gas production in the intestines.

Anyone who feels a bloated stomach after eating may have consumed bloating foods. According to experts, an average of 15 outgoing winds per day is normal. However, if a bloated abdomen is accompanied by pain, diarrhea, or constipation, certain foods could be the cause. In more severe cases, this may indicate allergies or intolerances such as to lactose, but it is not always due to a serious illness.

If it is bloating and painful after eating: the intestines react more to certain foods

Bloating can be very uncomfortable. © agefotostock/Imago

Everyone knows the feeling of too much air in the stomach. For example, some people react to certain foods with flatulence. Often, too much gas is formed in the intestine, including carbon dioxide, in order to digest fatty acids from food, for example. Flatulence can also occur when sugar compounds (carbohydrates) enter the large intestine undigested and are fermented there by bacteria, according to the Apotheken Umschau. Cabbage vegetables and legumes as well as fatty foods and dairy products often cause the unwanted gases in the intestines.

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The following foods can promote flatulence:

  • Beans rich in indigestible carbohydrates
  • Lenses
  • Peas
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Cauliflower
  • Cheese
  • Eggs
  • High-sugar foods as well as sugar-free sweeteners such as sorbitol, mannitol, and xylitol
  • Unripe fruit
  • Unripe vegetables

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Source: merkur

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