Bloating is a common symptom of digestive discomfort. For so many people, all it takes is to eat a big meal-or to eat the "wrong" foods for their digestive system-and their stomach inflates along with a nice dose of abdominal
Although occasional bloating is super common, says Douglas A. Levine, MD, director of gynecologic oncology at NYU's Perlmutter Cancer Center, persistent bloating sometimes can be a symptom of ovarian cancer. This spreads throughout the body in two-thirds of its
Being healthy and looking skinny don't necessarily go together.
1. YogurtSome types of yogurt can make you bloat, while others don't. A dairy product, yogurt contains the sugar lactose; but different varieties have different levels of lactose. If your body happens to have difficulty digesting the milk sugar and you
Fitness blogger Celena Kinsey is here to drop a much-needed truth bomb: Bloating is okay. We know that bloating is one of the many body-related things we all struggle with. Some celebs even lay off the salt and other bloat-
Feeling bloated? Sometimes, the key to a less bloated tummy (if you don't suffer from food intolerances or digestive issues, of course) is pretty straightforward: eat more fiber and more anti-inflammatory foods.Fiber is a pretty game-changing nutrient. It
More than having nothing to wear and getting a bad breakout, a bloated tummy truly gets in the way of anyone's big event preps. The "eat healthy and exercise" tip sadly won't cut it at times like this. The quickest
And it doesn't involve cutting out any food that tastes nice.
When I've finished off my bowl of pasta and can feel my stomach bloating to the size of a five-months-pregnant woman, I often pause for thought. Does everyone physically expand this much after eating, or is it just me?
1. Whole grains Whole grains are high in fiber. When your body takes in too much fiber at once, especially without drinking enough water, it can be hard for your system to digest. To clarify, we're not telling you to stop