Do you feel bloated after eating certain food substances? Do not worry. You will find useful diet tips and easy remedies for preventing and managing abdominal bloating.

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Bloating here means feeling heaviness or fullness and discomfort in your stomach.

Due to indigestion, you may feel a sharp pain in your abdomen or may feel gassy associated with farting and burping along with the bloating.

If you get bloated every other day after a meal, you may need to visit an Ayurvedic physician near you for proper diagnosis and treatment.

But, if it occasionally happens due to indigestion, you can follow the simple advice given here. It will help you to cure indigestion. Therefore, bloating will reduce, and you will feel better.

As per Ayurveda, it can happen due to the weak digestive system. If your digestive system is weak and you eat more than your capacity, it can further cause indigestion. Hence, you may end up having bloating and other indigestion related problems.

Quick remedies to manage abdominal bloating:

1. CCF Tea:

CCF tea is a combination of three ingredients that are easily available in the Indian kitchen. It is a combination of cumin, coriander, and fennel. These three spices are best for any digestion related issues. It will relieve your indigestion and, as a result, will give you relief from bloating.

How to prepare it?
Firstly, take one cup of water in a pan. Now, add ½ teaspoon of each ingredient. Then boil it for five minutes on low flame—cover for a minute and strain in a cup.

You can take it twice a day.

Acidity can be cured easily by improving the digestive system. Amla is rich in fiber and Vitamin C, which helps to improve digestion and cure acidity.

2. Drink only warm water:

Warm water improves digestion. It also removes toxins from the body. Consequently, it reduces bloating, constipation, and stomach pain due to indigestion.

3. Roasted ajwain (carom seeds):

Ajwain is extensively a part of a food additive in Indian kitchens. It has various therapeutic effects, especially on the digestive system. Thus, it is beneficial to use when your stomach is crampy and bloated due to indigestion.

How to use it?
Firstly, roast one teaspoon of ajwain in a pan on a medium flame for 30 to 45 seconds. Now, add a pinch of black salt to it. Finally, chew it inside your mouth and take warm water to swallow it.

You can take it after breakfast, lunch, and dinner for three days. If still, you don’t find any relief, kindly visit an Ayurvedic doctor near you.

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Diet tips to prevent abdominal bloating:

4. Eat half of your hunger:

To maintain your health, always eat half of your hunger. You may find it difficult initially, but you will never face any digestion-related issues once you master this rule.

How to follow this rule?

First of all, eat your food on a small plate (around 6 inches). It will get more convenient for you to follow this rule. Now, before stuffing your plate with the meal, ask yourself how much hunger do you have!

Suppose you desire three chapatis, eat only two. You may find it challenging at that moment and feel like having one more. But, stop yourself from overindulgence, and observe yourself after finishing your meal.

This way, you can reduce your regular meal portion and see how it works for you.

Overeating often lands you up to digestive problems like bloating, burping, and others. Don’t overeat; it will always hamper your digestion and lead to the accumulation of toxins inside the body.

5. Eat only when you feel hungry:

Try to follow this rule as much as you can. It would be best if you do not eat for the sake of because your family members or friends are eating.

If you do not feel hungry, you can skip a meal and eat only when you start feeling hungry.

Make this decision consciously for yourself. Just make adjustments as per your body demands.

What to avoid?

  • Wheat
  • Dairy products
  • Fast food items
  • Bakery food items
  • Deep-fried and heavy food
  • Cold and refrigerated food items