5 Foods That Have Worst Effect On Your Belly

5 Foods That Have Worst Effect On Your Belly |PakistanTribe.com5 Foods That Have Worst Effect On Your Belly |PakistanTribe.com

5 Foods That Have Worst Effect On Your Belly |PakistanTribe.comSome foods are most likely to challenge to your digestive system, throw your gut bacteria out of blow, cause inflammation, and pack on the pounds.

Here are some foods which are worst for your belly.

Beans and Nuts

5 Foods That Have Worst Effect On Your Belly |PakistanTribe.comWe lack the enzyme to break down a FODMAP in these foods, so our gut bacteria must digest them, which produces gas. Found in: Most beans and some nuts (cashews, pistachios).

Garlic, Onions, and High-Fiber Cousins

5 Foods That Have Worst Effect On Your Belly |PakistanTribe.comThe body’s inability to digest a kind of fiber, called fructan, in these foods can cause flatulence. This fiber (another FODMAP) seems to cause more symptoms than some other kinds, but that may simply be because we eat so much of it.

Excess Fructose (in Apples, Honey, Asparagus)

5 Foods That Have Worst Effect On Your Belly |PakistanTribe.com5 Foods That Have Worst Effect On Your Belly |PakistanTribe.comFoods with a lot of fructose (another FODMAP) compared with glucose can contribute to gas, bloating, and diarrhea. A 2008 study in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology found that patients with IBS who followed a non-fructose diet had fewer symptoms.

Natural and Artificial Sweeteners

5 Foods That Have Worst Effect On Your Belly |PakistanTribe.comSugar alcohols, low-carb sweeteners naturally found in some foods and added to others, are another FODMAP. They don’t easily pass through our cell walls, so gut bacteria digest them, which can cause gas and bloating. Found in: some fruits (apples, blackberries, nectarines, peaches, pears, plums), vegetables (cauliflower, mushrooms, snow peas), artificial sweeteners (isomalt, mannitol, polydextrose), sugar-free foods.

Unhealthy Fats

5 Foods That Have Worst Effect On Your Belly |PakistanTribe.comThree types of dietary fat are linked to inflammation and thus contribute to excess belly fat: Tran’s fats, saturated fats, and omega-6 fats. Found in: packaged foods (trans fats), processed and high-fat cuts of meat, full-fat dairy, some candy (saturated fat), corn oil, grape-seed oil, soybean oil, safflower oil, sunflower oil (omega-6 fats).

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