10 Foods That Cause Bloating (& What to Eat Instead)
Ever wake up with a flat stomach in the morning, only to bloat out like a hot air balloon right after you eat breakfast—without understanding why? If you’re suffering through each day feeling sluggish, tired, cramped and heavy, you may be interested to know that certain foods can cause bloating. For the full article, visit us here: http://paleo.co/bloatingfoods
1/3 cup raw, unsalted nuts and 1 clementine OR celery sticks with 2 tsp. peanut butter Why: "These are two real foods that provide a good combo of fiber, protein, healthy fat, and water volume to keep you full, satisfied, and not bloated," Glassman says. "But if nuts bug your belly, then try nut butter. And to reduce sugar even further, pick celery over fruit."
While it's not possible to uncover a six-pack overnight, it is possible to reduce bloat in hours just by eating strategically—even without subsisting on niche superfoods that you have to search 12 health-food stores to find. Here, nutritionist Keri Glassman reveals a day of flat-belly meals and snacks made from ingredients that you can probably find in your pantry or local bodega.