We've been talking time and time again about food culprits that directly affect our digestion, which make us feel bloated most of the time. But, without knowing that different drinks can have an impact on this situation. Here are some of them that make you feel bloated, so do your best to avoid them as much as possible.
It is the main culprit of bloating because it stimulates gastrin release and gastric acid secretion, and intensifies the symptoms of intestinal conditions such as gastritis, irritable bowel disorder, colitis, etc.
Lactose intolerance occurs when people are deficient in lactose, an enzyme that breaks down sugar in milk. So when lactose passes through your digestive system without breaking down, it draws water from your intestines, causing gas and painful discomfort.
Apples contain a natural sugar called sorbitol, which is associated with diarrhea and bloating. Some apple juices can also be sweetened artificially with the chemical sorbitol, which the intestines have trouble absorbing. So be careful!
According to Robyn Youkilis, author of "Go With Your Gut" and food trainer, any carbonated beverage can cause flatulence. The bubbles in carbonated drinks are actually gas, which can get into your stomach and make you feel like you are pumped with helium.