3 Foods That Fight A Bloated Belly

We all want to look (and feel!) our best, and having a bloated belly pretty much crushes both of those dreams.

Whether you have an event coming up, a big night out, or you just could use to let go of a little extra puffiness around your midsection, we’ve all had those moments where debloating is at the top of our priorities.

Even when you’re eating a healthy diet, it’s very common to still feel a little puffy and have a bloated belly from time to time.

You can blame this on your favorite healthy foods like beans, dairy products, and even cruciferous vegetables such as brussel sprouts, cabbage, and broccoli.

However, there are also lots of other causes of this gas and rebellious digestion causing you all of the discomfort. Bloating can be caused by overeating, eating too fast, drinking from a straw, consuming artificial sweeteners or sugar alcohols, and even drinking carbonated beverages.

But here’s the good news!

I’m sharing with you my 3 go-to favorite foods for depuffing your bloated belly just in time to wear that new dress you’ve been waiting to rock.


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