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Can Detoxification Help Bust the Belly Bloat? 

By Fitoru | 10 May 2018
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Feel like your pants are fitting a little more snugly than when you bought them? The problem might not be that you’ve gained weight. On the contrary, you might be suffering from the unhappy condition known as belly bloat. 

According to registered dietician Abby Langer, bloating results from a buildup of gas and water. While weight gain happens over a long period of time, bloating often seems to occur overnight. However, you don’t have to suffer with this distressing condition. Here are some tips for detoxing your body and reducing unpleasant belly bloat. 


Cut Food Culprits 

If you want to detox your body and reduce belly bloat, consider eliminating some of the most common food culprits from your diet. According to a 2017 article in Women’s Health, foods most likely to prove problematic include caffeine, sugar, dairy, wheat, and gluten, and those that contain processed ingredients. Try cutting or limiting these items from your diet as part of a belly bloat detox plan. 

Additionally, it’s wise to slow down the speed with which you eat meals. Eating food quickly causes you to swallow more air, leading to bloating and other unpleasant side effects. You can also reduce swallowed air by avoiding carbonated beverages like sodas and seltzers and opting to drink from a glass rather than a straw. 

Avoid Sugar Alcohol 


Just because a food item claims to contain natural sweeteners doesn’t mean it’s safe for those of us prone to bloating. Commonly found in energy bars and candies, sugar alcohols like xylitol, mannitol, and sorbitol are known to cause bloating and other unpleasant symptoms. For best results, strive to avoid these so-called “sugar-free sweeteners” in favor of treats made with honey or agave. 

Similarly, bloating sufferers should limit the amount of alcohol they consume on a regular basis. A diuretic, alcohol reduces the amount of fluids and electrolytes that are in the body. As a result, people tend to retain water from foods and beverages for a period of time after they indulge. If you want to ease the bloating burden, lay off the beer and wine on weeknights. 

Consider Fasting  


If you truly want to detox your body and say a permanent goodbye to bloat, consider intermittent fasting. Referring to diets in which participants alternate between periods of eating and non-eating, IF can lead to a process known as autopathy, in which damaged proteins are filtered out of cells. As waste is removed, the body is better able to repair and detoxify itself, reducing bloat along the way. 

Want to give your intermittent fasting efforts a boost? Fitoru offers a revolutionary product to help reduce bloating while cleansing the body of toxins. Available in pill form, the Acai Cleanse utilizes a safe Acai base to remove toxins and dangerous bacteria from the colon. The blend, which contains a powerful mix of antioxidants and probiotics, also helps reduce constipation. The end result is less puffiness and bloating and improved overall wellness. 

Have you tried the Acai Cleanse? Shoot us an email to let us know how it went. 



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