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Picnics and Barbecues: How to Avoid Stomach Bloating

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Summer serves the glorious garden parties, shimmering gold skin, barbecues, and endless good vibes we never want to conclude. In fact, the only difficulty with summer is all those delicious barbecues and picnics are packed with all sorts of yummy foods that can make us bloated and uncomfortable. Try and stick to detoxifying foods and drinks that help cool, hydrate, and naturally help reduce stomach bloating.

Picnics and Barbecues: How to Avoid Stomach Bloating

stomach bloating

#1. Cucumbers are your summer BFF.

Nibble on it raw, dip it, stick it in a sandwich, sprinkle it in a salad, or drop it in your water! Cucumber is versatile and famous for its hydrating properties, making it the perfect summer accomplice.

#2. Infused water is life.

Infusing your water with real fruit helps you rehydrate deliciously. Cucumber, lemon, kiwi, strawberries; any fruit you can think of works wonderfully.

#3. Snack on fruit salads.

Fresh fruit salads are refreshing, hydrating, delicious, and guilt-free!

#4. Boost your immune system with smoothies.

Smoothies overflowing with fruity skin-nourishing vitamins and minerals are the ideal way to start your day with a healthy kick and satisfy your sweet tooth.

#5. Go easy on the carbs.

Heavy carbs can leave you feeling bloated and uncomfortable, especially if you are intolerant to gluten. Pile up on the lean protein and greens to feel fuller for longer without the bloat.