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- It is recommended to chew food well, eat slowly and drink fluids, especially aerated beverages.
- Do not carry too heavy meals or strong seasoning.
- Use herbs to help digestion: rosemary, sage, thyme, fennel seeds or fennel (bulb like an onion), Melissa, alcarevea, summer savory.
- Avoid high-fat foods or dishes: fried and battered badly drawn (with excess oil), fatty stews, sauces with excess fat (cream, butter, lard, bacon, pastries and strong cheeses), fat pastries (puff pastry or flaky, the pastry, butter, creams, cream, mocha, chocolate, etc.).
- Cook the pasta to either not give rise to digestive discomfort and help prevent type bread freshly baked baguette, flatulent vegetables, legumes and whole cooked fatty ingredients of animal origin (best taken only with vegetables and rice or potato) .
- A prolonged soak (over 8 h) and bringing to the boil after half the time, decreases the possibility that legumes cause flatulence. If you still feel bad, try to pass by the Chinese or food mill.
Flatulence or bloating is excess gas in the bowel causing intestinal cramps and bloating (swollen abdomen). The intestinal gas is swallowed comes from swallowing or swallowing and usually producing bacteria of the intestinal flora.
All gases suffer some degree or another, though some people are more susceptible than others.
Often, excess gas is coupled to eat quickly or in haste, swallowing too much air while eating (sometimes in relation to stress and anxiety at meals), indigestion, a sudden change in supply in terms of fiber content, excess consumption of foods rich in carbohydrates (rice, pasta, potatoes, bread, cereals, cookies, etc) unbalanced use of antibiotics and intestinal flora flatulent food intake (food gas producers and trainers smell ).
However, on other occasions, is a symptom of certain disorders or diseases, among which are occasional or chronic constipation, lactose intolerance (if you drink milk, digestive problems arise), gastritis, gastric ulcer crohn’s disease (a disease which causes inflammation of the intestine and can affect other parts of the digestive system).