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Top 5 Best Drinks for Bloating

by Stephanie Yates on November 02, 2020

Top 5 Best Drinks for Bloating

woman drinking Celebrity Detox Tea Co Matcha Green Tea Fat Burner

Ah, bloating. It always seems to show up during the “best” of times. Like just before you have to put on that killer bathing suit during a vacation. Or just before you have to go to that party, you have been looking forward to all week. And what about the bloat that persists for days on end no matter what you do? The fact is we all experience symptoms of bloat at one point or another. Fortunately, there a few ways you can combat this problem. In this article, we shall focus on the top five drinks that can help soothe a bloated stomach. Let’s jump in.

 

Matcha Green Tea Fat Burner

Unsweetened matcha green tea has been proven to be a great and healthy choice for combating belly bloat. It works by boosting one’s metabolism and also acts as a prebiotic. The best thing is that you can have it either hot or iced.

Water with Lemon or Cucumber

Don’t limit yourself to taking plain water alone. Spice it up with a slice or two of lemon or cucumber to add variety and give it a fantastic taste. These natural ingredients are perfect for kickstarting your metabolism and expelling toxins from the body.

Watermelon Smoothie

Creamy watermelon smoothie

There’s a reason this drippy fruit has ‘water’ in its name. Watermelons can help reduce belly bloat due to their high water and potassium content.

Lemon-Ginger Tea

Ginger has long been recognized for its curative powers. Simply, combine it with natural lemon juice for the perfect de-bloating tea. This herbal infusion will not only kickstart your metabolism but also help get rid of your bloated belly.

Turmeric Tea

Turmeric tea is yet another great caffeine-free de-bloating tea option. It combines the de-bloating effects of several natural ingredients, that is, ginger, cinnamon, and turmeric. This tea is perfect for soothing your digestive system, processing waste, and toxins.

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