7 NAT­U­RAL EASY FIXES

Better Homes and Gardens (Australia) - - Better Health -

Cer­tain foods cause flare-ups and com­mon of­fend­ers in­clude: soft drink, cof­fee and other caf­feinated drinks, deep-fried foods and other high-fat good­ies such as pies, sausage rolls, dough­nuts, potato chips, snack foods, spicy food, acidic foods like tomato, tomato sauces, cit­rus fruit and juices, raw onion and gar­lic, choco­late (that combo of caf­feine and fat), cheese, high-fat dairy prod­ucts, pep­per­mint, and al­co­hol.

2. SLOW YOUR ROLL

Don’t shovel! Prac­tise mind­ful munch­ing and eat s-l-o-w-l-y.

3. EAT SMALLER QUAN­TI­TIES Use smaller plates to con­trol por­tions.

4. EAT EARLY Eat at least 3 hours be­fore bed­time.

5. GO FOR A POSTDINNER WALK En­joy the ex­er­cise and aid your di­ges­tion at the same time.

6. LOSE BELLY FAT Los­ing a few ki­los can help re­duce pres­sure on your stom­ach.

7. HANG LOOSE If the too-tight skinny jeans are bring­ing you down, don’t wear ’em!

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