Instead, eat: Plain Italian bread — anything that comes in your breadbasket is likely to be a better pick. Heavy cream-based sauces contain lots of fat, which takes a long time to digest — not ideal when you're planning to chill horizontally the second you get back to your place. And cream will obviously upset your stomach if you have a dairy sensitivity. Instead: Red sauce.
Just avoid any dish that's uber garlicky or spicy, which can trigger uncomfortable heartburn. Chey says. Regular gummies tend to contain fructose, which many people don't absorb well, while the sugar-free ones tend to be sweetened with sorbitol, a sugar alcohol that humans aren't designed to absorb. And when your body can't absorb something, it sends it to the colon to be fermented. There, intestinal bacteria create and spew out gas like an exhaust pipe. Yes, you want to keep your breath minty-fresh in case you do more chilling than Netflixing.
But sugar-free gums, in particular, are often packed with sorbitol, that alcohol-derived sugar that your body can't absorb. So guess what happens next? Clue: When it's not served in bear form, sorbitol is used as a laxative.
Instead: Brush your teeth or swish with mouthwash to freshen up. Or brew a cup of minty tea. Same difference. It's hard to say exactly why pretzels irritate the stomach and show up on so many lists of potentially problematic foods — but Dr. Chey thinks it has something to do with the wheat in the dough.
And remember: Your date nerves can aggravate GI problems even if you've always eaten pretzels like it's your job. Instead, eat: Baked potato-, rice- or corn-based snacks. If you're prone to or worried about gas, these ingredients are the easiest for your intestines to break down and absorb, Dr. This dip gets its health halo because, unlike ranch dressings and sour cream, it's made from legumes and olive oil — so it's contains protein and healthy fats.
However, legumes are a no-no if you want to avoid gas and bloating.
Instead: Skip the dip. Or branch out and try a Greek yogurt-based dip, which should be free of beans and legumes and contain less lactose than other dairy-based dips. You know where those beer bubbles go: your stomach. And what goes in must come out in a burp, fart, or uncomfortable belly bloat. Instead, drink: A martini or your liquor of choice on the rocks. Just remember to pace yourself if you're usually used to mixers.
Instead, eat: Low-fat ice cream or frozen yogurt. It will have the same amount of lactose as the real or sugar-free stuff without the fake stuff that bloats you up and out of the mood. William Chey. Sign up for MyGiHealth to track your symptoms and prepare for your gastroenterologist appointment.coltholriranhugh.tk
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