Ways To Flush Belly Bloat Naturally
belly Bloat can be swollen fingers, bags or puffiness under your eyes or in your face, swelling in your belly, and an overall feeling of lethargy or heaviness. It’s time to flush out your lymphatic system, which is like your body’s waste removal system.
5 Ways To Flush Belly Bloat Naturally
Here are six natural fixes I use to fight inflammation and bloat:
1) Make a morning elixir (lemon and apple cider vinegar).
First and foremost, one of the best things you can do for overall health and belly bloat is to consume a small glass or mug of room temperature water with 1 teaspoon of raw apple cider vinegar and a squeeze of lemon in the morning. The apple cider vinegar acts as a pro biotic rich in enzymes that will aid in digestion.
It will rehydrate you immediately, which is essential upon waking. Your lymphatic system will wake up and start its job of flushing and cleansing. Lemons are also high in alkaline and will correct your body’s pH level and start things moving in the right direction. Goodbye bloat!
Ginger should be a staple in your home. So versatile, so delicious. Ginger has a little spice, a little kick with a refreshing lemon yumminess. You can add it to any smoothie or juice, grate into salad dressing or stir frys, or simply cut it up and add to a small little pot of boiling water: ginger tea.
It’s a strong anti-inflammatory with tremendous medicinal properties that are healing to the gut.
Ginger is ametabolism booster and a thermogenic food, which means that it helps to heat the body up from the inside out and will help with weight loss and bloat.
3). Cucumber water
Drinking water is one of the best things you can do. Rule of thumb: Drink half of your body weight in ounces of water. So, for example if you weigh 120 pounds you should be drinking 60 ounces of water per day.
To make it more effective, cleansing, and de-bloating, fill up a few mason jars with water and slices of cucumber water. Pop them into the fridge and wow! Huge results from this little trick.
Cucumber water is another natural diuretic; it contains silica, which helps pull the bloat out of your body.
4) Cut Back or Eliminate Carbonated Drinks
The fizz in carbonated drinks is a big part of their appeal. But it can cause gas to get trapped in your belly, resulting in bloating. Go for good old-fashioned water. You can flavor it with lemon, lime, and/or honey. And, by the way, these natural “sweeteners” are natural remedies for belly bloat by themselves.
5) Eat Slowly and Chew Properly
Eating too fast and not properly chewing your food can cause swallowing of gas-producing air. Slow down, enjoy your food, and chew it well.
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