BEAT THE bloat!

Top tips for a flat tummy

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PRO­BI­OTICS: From pro­mot­ing over­all gut health by en­cour­ag­ing the growth of friendly bac­te­ria, to re­duc­ing gut com­pli­ca­tions and en­hanc­ing im­mu­nity, the ben­e­fits of pro­bi­otics are nu­mer­ous nu­mer­ous!


PRE PRE­BI­OTIC-RICH FOO FOODS: Feed the frien friendly bac­te­ria in your stom­ach with a range of nour­ish­ing foods, in­clud­ing ba­nanas, gar­lic, ar­ti­chokes, leeks, onions, as­para­gus, sweet potato and ap­ples.


STRESS LESS: It’s not just our men­tal health that suf­fers when we’re anx­ious – our tums are also vul­ner­a­ble, as s gut motil­ity and di­ver­sity of good bac­te­ria take a hit. Try yoga, a long bath ath or a walk to keep ten­sion at bay!


DRINK PLENTY OF FLU­IDS: Mak­ing sure you’re hy­drated is key to main­tain­ing reg­u­lar bowel move­ments. Try to drink a glass with ev­ery meal and make an ex­tra ef­fort to drink more while ex­er­cis­ing.


AVOID IRRITANTS: Caf­feine, al­co­hol and re­fined sug­ars are all con­sid­ered gut irritants, so should be avoided if a flat and healthy hy tum is what you’re after!

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