5 Non-Diet 🍽 Related Reasons Why πŸ€” You're Bloated πŸ’¦ You Didn't Consider πŸ’β€β™€οΈ ...

791
COMMENT

There are lots of things that cause bloating.2

It seems like every month a new diet trend surfaces that cuts out certain foods or food groups and promises improved health and weight loss.

Gluten-free, dairy-free and clean eating are some of the more popular nutrition approaches and if you’ve tried any of these elimination diets and are still suffering from bloating, your diet might not be to blame.

The main culprit and most important part of your digestive system is the gut and many things can negatively affect it.

Keeping the flora in your gut balanced and happy can make a world of difference in how you process and absorb essential nutrients from food.

If you suffer frequently from abdominal discomfort, there are a few possible causes worth looking into.

However, if you experience more serious symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, sudden extreme weight loss or blood in your stool, you should seek medical attention immediately.

Here are some of the things that cause bloating.

1. You Might Need Water

One of the things that cause bloating is dehydration.

The recommendation for water intake for the average person is 8 glasses per day, however, you might need more than that to be properly hydrated.

If you find yourself drinking a lot of coffee, soda, and juice throughout the day, it might be time to switch to mostly water.

To the athletes out there, if you exercise and sweat daily you most definitely need to drink more water.

When you are dehydrated, the intestines lose their lubrication and that’s when you tend to get β€œbacked up.” Gage your level of hydration based on the color of your urine.

The lighter the better, and it’s important to maintain your water intake throughout the day, even if you don’t feel thirsty.

Your Mind is Elsewhere
Explore more ...