STOMACH bloating will be a common annoyance for many over the festive season, as people indulge in food and drink which could cause havoc for the digestive system. Cutting this popular vegetable from your Christmas dinner could help you avoid bloated stomach pain.
STOMACH bloating could be caused by certain foods in your diet, or by eating too much in one go. But you can get rid of trapped wind pain or tummy aches by avoiding this popular vegetable at dinner time.
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STOMACH bloating and pain is in most cases a result of trapped wind, which happens after eating certain foods. A certain vegetable, used in everyday cooking, could be the reason for your bloated stomach.
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STOMACH bloating can be caused by eating certain foods in your diet, as well as drinking fizzy drinks. But you could get rid of a swollen belly or trapped wind pain by eating more of one cheap vegetable in particular.
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