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Abdominal bloating causes physical discomfort and hurts your ability to live life to its fullest. The good news? Experts say stomach bloating is a condition you can avoid pretty easily. I’m not talking about extra pounds of stomach fat, Im referring to the temporary abdominal distention that plagues most everyone from time to time. Now’s a great time to think about the foods you are eating and how they may contribute—or help fight—belly bloat.
Here are a few quick suggestions to help digestion, reduce bloating, and make your tummy a happy, healthy one:
EXERCISE! Get rid of abdominal discomfort with this quick, effective total body workout video. In this free video routine above, Fitness Pro, Caroline Jordan leads you through some of the most effective, challenging, and high energy moves to help ease stomach discomfort and get your flat abs back! A combination of planks, side planks, situps, and bridges, this quick routine will help your stomach get rid of bloating NO time. This workout is perfect if you are working out from home or have a busy schedule and need a quick routine you can do anywhere. Repeat the series 2-3 times through for a longer workout and focus on quality over quantity.
Get enough fiber, fluids, and exercise: Too little fiber, fluids, and physical activity can lead to constipation, which can result in bloating. Avoid tummy trouble by eating a diet high in fiber (25 grams per day for women and 38 for men) from whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and seeds. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids (aim for 6-8 glasses a day) and get at least 30 minutes of physical activity five times a week.
As always, please check with your doctor before starting any exercise program. This video is not meant to replace the advice of a doctor, physical therapist, or health care specialist. Honor your body and its injuries and stop exercising if you feel pain. Should your abdominal bloating last more than a few days, visit your doctor and take care of yourself!
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