I have recently started drinking a lot of water, nearly 5-6 bottles a day. As usual, I get bloated after drinking water. But the bloated-ness doesnt go after even after some time. I try to cut back on as much sodium-rich foods as I can. Any way to remove the bloat?
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This problem is not uncommon
How many time do u urinate in entire day.
What is your fluid I take capacity
Your need a tailor made diet plan
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Please don't get into self dieting at this age. The results can be irreversible.
I believe in healthy weight loss through healthy lifestyle and regular physical activity plan.
Hi,If you are a overweight person that itself is one of a cause,so I advise you to kindly follow a balanced diet and do regular morning jogging, skipping and meditation.most of the times to maintain good physique people follow certain diet which might actually harm them. Like taking fruit juice on daily basis without ever eating it in raw form, in the process of making juice all the fibre will be thrown away as a waste, this fibre is very helpful to maintain our GI properly.certain people are allergic to egg, peanuts etc this might also be a cause, so get a allergy test done and try to avoid things which you are allergic. There are people who are lactose intolerant so consuming dairy products in such condition can also cause bloating,so get it checked. Sometimes hormonal imbalance can also be a cause. Untimely eating habits, spicy and oily foods, junk foods can also cause this,try to avoid this things.if you are not satisfied consult a physician.
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