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Discover the miraculous effects of ginger and lemon detox water!

March 20, 2017 • By Shirley Marie Bradby

Stomach bloating often brings with it many unpleasant sensations, such as heartburn, reflux, gas, and other unpleasant consequences. Generally, these complications depend on what you eat and drink.

Therefore, the basis of our well-being is first of all, the food we eat. Here in this article is a list of foods to avoid and those that are recommended when bloating occurs.

At the end, there is also a short video to watch to see how to utilize a couple of the foods shown in the article to create a cool and tasty drink.

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Let's see what are the foods to avoid or to moderate.


First of all eliminate the consumption of carbonated drinks, which release carbon dioxide that will bloat your stomach.

Strange to say, but also beans and lentils are to be limited. These vegetables contain sugars that are difficult for our body to eliminate. It is preferable to soak them a long time before cooking so that they lose part of these disturbing substances. 

Dairy products


Often, stomach bloating may be caused by milk and its derivatives, sometimes even from yogurt. If you find that your discomfort is caused by this type of food, you can replace it with soy or other surrogates. It will not be the same but they are very close.

In addition, foods that are too salty should also be avoided. Salt leads to fluid retention, and it would be a good idea to not consume more than 2,300 mg daily.


Moderate the consumption of apples and pears.

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If you have a sensitive stomach, then the soluble fiber content of these fruits may be difficult to digest. You should not delete them from your diet but just be careful about how many eat. 

Asparagus, broccoli, and cabbage should also be limited because although they are very healthy for the organism, they contain a type of carbohydrate that is not easily eliminated from the body.

Completely avoid chewing gum and candy because of their artificial sugars, which are difficult for our stomach to handle.

Here instead is what is best to eat.

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Pineapple is recommended, this fruit contains enzymes and proteins that help with digestion and limit bloating.

Apple cider vinegar also has some interesting properties, and it is one of the most recommended foods for bloating because it boosts the digestive process and stimulates gastric juices (it is also recommended to add a couple of tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to a glass of water and drink it all).

Also, chamomile and parsley are recommended foods, the first infused in hot water, the second can be added to foods.



This citrus fruit has extremely beneficial effects on bloating, you should add the juice of a half lemon to a liter of water and consume it during the morning to reduce bloating.

Papaya contains enzymes that drastically reduce digestive gas and kills some microorganisms responsible for bloating.

Fennel is ideal to reduce bloating; add it to your diet and you will notice the positive effects! Fennel seed also works as an antispasmodic agent in the colon.




Ginger root is a very effective remedy for gastrointestinal problems. By introducing ginger into your diet you will be able to reduce bloating and gas related problems.

Speaking of spices, cumin seed also has an excellent effect on the elimination of gas and the development of beneficial bacteria in the stomach.

Finally, a nice glass of mint tea is ideal to relax the muscles of the digestive tract but also a drink made with ginger and lemon can be ideal for bloating problems. In the video below we explain how to prepare it!

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