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Can Drinking Excess Tea Cause Bloating?

For most of us, our day cannot begin without a hot cup of tea. And then, there are some who can’t function without chugging down three to four cups of tea daily. While tea with its multiple antioxidants packs many benefits like boosting immunity, lowering cholesterol, and improving digestion, anything in excess is bound to have some side-effects and tea is no different. One such side effect of drinking too is that it can leave you bloated Bangalore-based nutritionist Dr. Anju Sood tells us, “Any form of tea – be it regular, green or herbal is a natural dehydrator. Our body is made of cells, and…

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How to know if dairy is causing your bloating

It’s a fact of life: bloating happens, and sometimes for seemingly no reason. Even if you usually eat a healthy diet, you may suddenly have to deal with a puffy stomach. If you regularly deal with bloating, it’s understandable that you’d want to figure out the culinary culprit. Some people cut out dairy, and this move can make sense. The Mayo Clinic lists milk and milk products as one of several gas-producing foods that can lead to bloating, noting that avoiding or reducing your intake of it may help decrease…

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Bloating – does what you eat make it worse?

That full, uncomfortable and cramped feeling that makes you covertly unbutton your jeans at a dinner, or spend the whole day dreaming about getting home, just to put your pyjama pants on – ring a bell? That’s bloating. For many women, bloating is a part of day-to-day life. Many of us continue with our normal lifestyle and diet, and accept the bloating as normal, or at least unavoidable. We take over-the-counter remedies like antacids and natural anti-bloat remedies, but more often than not, what we are eating is the reason…

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