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Words related to bloat

swelling of the rumen or intestinal tract of domestic animals caused by excessive gas

become bloated or swollen or puff up

make bloated or swollen

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And these can be your worst enemy if you t bl ti Th f are prone to bloating. They form a gas during the fermentation process which can upset people with IBS, causing flatulence, cramping, diarrhoea and that dreaded bloat.
The researchers found that 36.7 percent of participants reported bloating at baseline.
Their conclusion: Consuming a lot of salt increases bloating, as does a healthy, high-fiber diet.
The scientists re-analysed data from a large clinical trial--the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension-Sodium trial (DASH-Sodium)--conducted two decades ago, and found that high sodium intake increased bloating among trial participants.
This trial was designed to highlight the impact of Linzess on the overall abdominal symptoms of bloating, pain and discomfort, which are part of patients' reported real-world experience, thereby enabling better communication about these symptoms.
'While research clearly suggests that the symptoms of abdominal bloating, pain, and discomfort have a considerable impact on adults suffering from IBS-C, in the clinical setting patients often use the word 'constipation' as a general term to represent their abdominal and bowel symptoms.
Target Ovarian Cancer is reminding women to remain vigilant about ovarian cancer, so bloating and other symptoms do not get passed off as overindulgence over the festive period.
Research has shown that women are more likely to consider changing their diet than visit their GP when confronted with persistent bloating, and worries about Christmas excesses may mask the problem further.
Eating more fiber and making sure you drink ample liquids to absorb that fiber helps reduce constipation (and related bloating).
YOU HAVE A SENSITIVE GUT IRRITABLE bowel syndrome (IBS) is a long-term common condition that can cause bloating, cramps, diarrhoea and constipation.
Bloating affects millions of people in the UK - but experts say it's usually down to what you eat.
There are many health conditions that can affect your gastrointestinal (GI) tract and cause uncomfortable, embarrassing, and inconvenient symptoms like constipation, gas, and bloating. But what if you can't blame a specific health condition?
Bloating after eating is usually not a cause for concern, and a person can often avoid it by following some simple practices, such as not eating too much fiber, avoiding carbonated drinks, and eating and drinking more slowly.
Meals containing lactose, fructose, sorbitol, legumes, and complex carbohydrates can cause bloating because these foods are not fully digested in the large intestine and must move on to be broken down in the colon, where postprandial gas usually accumulates.