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Bloat Busting Beverages

Being bloated can be really uncomfortable. What causes this bloat? Poor eating habits such as eating too fast, carbonated beverages, gassy foods and dehydration are the main culprits. Did you know that keeping hydrated with refreshing drinks that have bloat busting ingredients can help you reduce or even avoid that dreaded belly bloat?

WATERMELON

Thanks to its high water and potassium content, this fruit helps to relieve belly bloat. 

Try this delicious recipe: Watermelon Mint Drink

PINEAPPLE

Pineapple contains the enzyme bromelain. Bromelain reduces inflammation and stimulates digestion. Pineapple is also very rich in minerals, enzymes, vitamins and trace elements.

Pineapple never tasted so delicious! Try this #HealthHero fan favorite recipe: Pineapple Frappe

GINGER & HIBISCUS

Ginger supports digestion and helps you break down food. When foods aren’t broken down, they start to ferment in the gut, which causes gas and bloating. Hibiscus contains polyphenols that can help calm the digestive system. PLEASE NOTE: Pregnant women should not consume hibiscus.

Try this warm and soothing tea recipe: Ginger & Hibiscus Drink

GRAPEFRUIT

Freshly-squeezed grapefruit juice is a powerhouse containing vitamin C, which helps to detoxify the body and lower cholesterol. Rosemary helps to detoxify the liver, which improves digestion and increases blood flow.

Try this refreshing and delicious beverage served cold or warm: Rosemary & Grapefruit Bloat Buster

COCONUT WATER

Coconut water is great for reducing belly bloat. Coconut water is rich in potassium which helps counter sodium-induced bloating. Coconut water helps to flush the sodium out of the body it also has the ability to regulate the cleansing process. The cucumber that is added acts as a diuretic, helping pass urine and flushing out excess water and toxins.

Try this tropical drink with bloat busting powers: Tropical Bloat Buster

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