Help with list of foods that may prevent bloating.

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    Help with list of foods that may prevent bloating.


    I am trying to get a list of foods that may cause bloating. I know salty foods do but what else can? I can eat lean meats, veggies and still feel bloated.

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    Sugars will help promote yeast growth in your stomach which will cause bloating so cut down on your sugars.
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    Removing gluten and dairy from my diet reduced bloating pretty significantly
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    I think things very high in fiber might...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macabre View Post
    I think things very high in fiber might...
    HIGHLY depends on what variety though. Also, a user cannot introduce a lot at one time.
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    I second the dairy products. Cutting out dairy helps with inflammation also. Asparagus acts as a natural diuretic so that may be beneficial to you.
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    Cool I didn't know that about asparagus. I hardly ever eat that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by packers6211 View Post
    Cool I didn't know that about asparagus. I hardly ever eat that.
    Yep, awesome vegetable. This is part of the reason it is eaten in bulk the week or two leading up to a contest, as it is also purported to have anti-estrogen properties (although I don't believe this to be true - at least not in amounts substantial enough to cause any benefit).
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    I find bread to be bloating in excess, other than that im good.
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    Simple carb/ excessive amount of carbs, loads of sodium, but it also depend on person to person. Greek yogurt bloats me but cottage cheese is fine for me.
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    was wheat bread so less simple carb?? oh well, im getting from mostly sweet potatos and brown rice now so meh..

    Cant remember but dont paleo folk tend to bash on browen rice in favour of white rice?? seems wierd..
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