5 Easy to Make Drinks to Get Rid of Bloating

Drinks to get rid of bloating

What to Drink to get rid of Bloating Fast

Bloating is something that most of us feel every day, throughout the day.

This isn’t exactly normal though, even if it is common.

If we are feeling bloated, it’s because something is causing inflammation in our gut.

As an American, who eats a lot of American food, I deal with bloating a lot.

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I am lactose intolerant, and slightly Gluten intolerant, and when I don’t get enough water and minerals, I can definitely feel puffy at the end of the day if I’m not careful.

Apple Cider Vinegar Lemon Water

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This one will take some getting used to, but there are so many great benefits to drinking ACV Lemon water, especially first thing in the morning.

While Apple Cider Vinegar has a pungent smell, and taste for that matter, it has SO many amazing health benefits!

From aiding in weight loss to lowering blood sugar levels, and helping balance gut bacteria (this is what fixes bloating!), ACV is an amazing drink that could be beneficial for everyone.

Green Tea

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Green tea is amazing for a lot of reasons. It is chock full of antioxidants and vitamins, and not only that, it can help reduce bloating.

Hot tea is always the easiest on the digestive system, so I would recommend trying a hot green tea or Matcha for helping to reduce bloating.

Paired with a healthy diet, Green Tea also has the potential to help with weight loss or aid in healthy weight management.

Cucumber Water

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Because cucumbers are full of water, they are very hydrating!

They are great for reducing puffiness, swelling, and bloating, so drinking cucumber water can really help if you typically feel bloated throughout the day.

If you are wanting to improve your hydration and digestion, which we all should be, adding cucumber to your bottle of water is a great way to do it.

Homemade Watermelon or Strawberry Mint Slush

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This is a drink you’ll need a blender for.

Both Watermelon and Strawberries are fruits that help with digestion, as well as have lots of vitamins! Fruit in general is mostly water, but Strawberries are also very high in fiber.

Mint is also great for digestion!

First, you will need a blender, and one cup of watermelon (cubed) or fresh strawberries.

Fresh mint is best, but two drops of mint extract is just fine.

Add a cup of water and some ice to your blender with the fruit and mint and blend until you get the consistency you want.

Hot Peppermint or Ginger Lemon Tea

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Probably the BEST thing you can do to instantly relieve bloating is drinking hot Peppermint or Ginger Lemon Tea.

This is also the simplest because it is a “just add water” recipe. Both Peppermint and Ginger Lemon teas are fairly common staples, so you may already have some in your kitchen.

Ginger is a very good choice when you are feeling nauseous or have an upset stomach.

Because it helps relieve intestinal gas, it is very good for reducing bloating.

Peppermint is high in flavanoids, a compound that can be found in a lot of plant foods, that cand help calm gut bacteria and help relieve gas.

Leave a comment if you’ve tried any of these home remedy drinks to get rid of bloating before, and which ones worked best for you!

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