10 foods to get rid of stomach and belly swelling

Natural ingredients are a panacea, even when the swelling tears you off.

The swelling caused by air in both the stomach and the stomach is uncomfortable, painful and often embarrassing. And you blow up just like a balloon! Besides having cramps both around the pelvis and in the upper part which coincides with the chest. Fortunately, there are natural ways to prevent and get rid of this nasty problem.

Often, it is caused by a difficulty digesting fiber-rich foods in the small digestive tract. But also for these things:

• Excessive air swallowing while eating or drinking. You can try to eliminate it by eating more slowly and drinking through a straw.
 • Health conditions such as Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis or even diabetes.
 • Intolerance to certain foods such as lactose (milk) and gluten (wheat).
 • Artificial sweeteners in packs. xylitol, sorbitol, mannitol and can cause excess gas which leads to swelling (therefore cicche & co).
 • Constipation is not a good help in having a flat stomach

Here are 10 natural ways to get rid of it:

1. Mint tea

A mint tea can do wonders for bloating and gas. Menthol is a powerful antispasmodic, providing fast relief for the entire digestive system. It can also be used to help reduce anxiety and stress: try drinking one cup after each meal to restart the digestive system.

2. Ginger tea
 Ginger tea is phenomenal to soothe swelling, heartburn and nausea in general. The gingerols and shgaols within the natural root have the ability to naturally relax the entire stretch. This helps to dislodge the trapped gas and prevent further build-up. Upgrade ginger tea with lemon juice and honey, and drink it often throughout the day.

3. Anise seeds
 The natural antispasmodic qualities of anise relieve cramps and pain due to their relaxing power. Drink a cup of tea with a tablespoon of aniseed, before and after meals for maximum results.
4. Baking soda and lemon juice 
When you combine these two ingredients, it creates a very solution for the stomach. Squeeze a lemon into a glass, then add half a teaspoon of baking soda and mix in a little water. Drinking this effervescent solution every morning before eating breakfast will allow you to get rid of the swelling all day.
5. Activated carbon 
Activated carbon reduces gas, swelling and decreases pain. It has always been claimed that it is a fantastic trap for gas and bacteria as it descends along the digestive tract. Whether in powder or in capsules it works the same, it's just a matter of preference.
6. Water
 Water is an essential element in our body: it facilitates a series of important bodily functions, including the digestion of food. Make sure you consume at least 8 glasses of water a day, but if you have these problems increase it drastically.
7. Garlic 
Garlic is a powerful natural healer, it is anti-inflammatory and helps to stimulate the gastric tract. Use it to increase digestive power: consume it in your dishes. And if you dare, consuming it fresh you will get incredible results.
8. Fennel seeds
 Fennel has been used since we were newborns to counteract the coliculi. It is also very useful for calming gastroesophageal reflux. Make yourself some herbal teas to drink during the day: if you are not intolerant to milk, try them warmed in a glass of this. Drink it twice a day to calm flatulence and nausea
9. Cinnamon 
Cinnamon can help the rhythm of digestion, providing rapid and effective relief from stomach gases and pain. Mix ½ teaspoon of ground cinnamon in a glass of milk or water and mix well. Honey can be added to enhance the flavor. Drink daily.
10. Move! Simple exercise can help greatly by releasing the trapped gas and regulating the digestive system. Try taking a short walk for 10 minutes after eating, or swimming for 30 minutes in the morning.


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