Does asparagus cause gas and bloating? It can in certain people- and we’re about to tell you why – and how to stop it while still (possibly) getting to enjoy these yummy green spears.
If you find yourself getting bloated and gassy after eating avocados – or dishes containing them like guacamole – you might be wondering if you have to give them up completely – and the answer is probably not. But here’s what you need to know about why avocado causes gas.
If you’re bloating after eating lentils, you might decide to stop eating them – but, don’t. They’re seriously good for you. Instead, it’s a better plan to look at why lentils might be causing you gas – and see if you can reduce the effects.
One of the best ways to try and find out if a food is causing symptoms like bloating or gas is to write a food symptom diary – but, if you accurately want to get a good picture of what might be causing your symptoms there’s a bit more to keeping a food intolerance diary than just noting down what you ate and when your symptoms occur – as our experts explain.
Gas and bloating can be a common side effect after eating and it can be caused by everything from the type of sugars in a food to how fast you’re eating it – but, if you’ve got it, you don’t care about any of that, you just want to know how to get rid of it. So, here are 11 easy ways to release gas and get rid of bloating.
Bloating after eating can not only ruin your carefully planned outfit of the day, it can also be uncomfortable, sometimes painful, and, if the gas you produce is also noisy or odorous, embarrassing! But why does it it happen? Actually, there are many reasons why you might feel bloated after eating – so, here are the most common.