Food to help symptoms of bloating

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There are a few things to consider if you're dealing with excess bloating or feel uncomfortable after consuming your meals. Firstly, eating too fast can lead to swallowing quite a bit of air, so be mindful of that. Here are a few things you can do:

What You'll Need

  • Sources of zinc are oysters, fish, beef, poultry (dark meat), liver, brewers yeast, eggs, whole grains and pumpkin seeds
  • A good probiotic or supplement

What You'll Do

  • Eat slowly and chew your food thoroughly to allow acid and digestive enzymes to act on the food
  • Reduce any reliance on antacids
  • B1 and Zinc are needed for acid production because it is an essential nutrient in the production of HCL from the parietal cells
  • Avoid sugar, refined carbohydrates and fruits – these ferment producing gas and feed bacteria which also produce gas
  • Think of incuding a supplement
  • Avoid foods that produce gas

Tips & Warnings

  • Speak to a Nutritional Therapist or your medical provider for information on what supplements are suited to your needs.
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