Stomach bloating, or abdominal bloating, is a prevalent condition that’s characterised by unusual sensations of fullness or tightness in the abdomen. It can be both physically and emotionally debilitating.
Often, this condition is caused by such issues as overeating, indigestion, lactose intolerance, weight gain, habitual or unconscious swallowing of air, constipation and gas. Sometimes, however, bloating may occur due to more serious and troubling causes, such as celiac disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), liver disease, food allergy, bacterial overgrowth in the small intestines, gastroesophageal reflux or even a malignant or benign tumour.
The feeling of being bloated can make you feel uncomfortable and inconvenienced. The good news is that abdominal bloating can be cured.
Body Slim Tea Helps Beat Bloating to Help You Look and Feel Better
Body Slim Tea, including all natural green tea and pure organic black tea, has been shown to benefit digestion and nutrition, not only by providing vitamins important to the body, but also by producing positive digestive effects, as well as helping cells in the body function more efficiently and helping clear waste. It’s actually one of the best natural cures that has been proven to help with problems such as bloating, stomach gas and flatulence.
Body Slim Tea contains strong anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties that can be very beneficial in managing stomach bloating. Because of its calming and numbing effect, tea soothes the stomach and aids digestion – which in turn prevents gas build up and allows you to release any pent up gas or flatulence. Body Slim Tea also restores and replenishes the gastrointestinal tract, helping to completely eliminate bloating.
The 10 Tip Challenge
Here are the top 10 tips for reducing bloating. We strongly urge that you try them to find out whether or not they do work.
- Drink 1-1.5L of warm/hot water each day.
- Place a heat pack on your stomach during sleep. Repeat this every night.
- Walk briskly at least 2km every day.
- Cut back on sugar, including all sugary snacks and energy drinks.
- Increase your intake of raw vegetables and fruits.
- Eat a breakfast of eggs with avocado, or hot oats with some seeds and nuts. Make sure that you include a cup of hot water with lemon and a pinch of fresh ginger every morning. Avoid cold yoghurts and cold cereals.
- Incorporate lean protein, green leafy vegetables, nuts and seeds into your diet. Eat warm meals. Avoid salad sandwiches and processed cereals. Your bread should be whole grain or rye.
- Eat smaller meals later in the day. Larger meals should be eaten in the morning or earlier in the day.
- Avoid large dinners and eating after 7 p.m.