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The feeling of flatulence and heartburn makes pregnant women be uncomfortable and sometimes not be able to do anything all day long.

Description: Flatulence and heartburn cannot be avoided in pregnancy.

Flatulence and heartburn cannot be avoided in pregnancy.

Some small changes in meals can help you decrease phenomena of flatulence and heartburn.

1.     Eat slowly

The reason of flatulence is that you swallow much air when eating. You should eat and drink slowly. Control your eating way, and you will restrain to swallow the air. Besides, you need to listen to your mother’s advice about which foods you should or shouldn’t eat to reduce flatulence and heartburn.

2.     Don’t chew gum

Chewing gum is the way you swallow the air the most that makes flatulence more terribly. Candy should also be avoided with the same reason.

3.     Restrict carbonated drinks

You shouldn’t drink the carbonated beverages because they will make these diseases become worse and worse.

Description: Pregnant women who have flatulence should limit to eat many foods.

Pregnant women who have flatulence should limit to eat many foods.

4.     Limit foods containing Sorbitol

Some foods contain Sorbitol which replaces sugar. The flatulence phenomenon will increase if Sorbitol combines with intestinal bacterium.

5.     Be flexible when choosing foods

There are a few foods making you flatulence. These foods contain sugar or soluble fiber.

6.     Some foods you should restrict to eat when having flatulence

Some vegetables and legumes (because they consist of fructose) such as: artichokes, asparagus, beans, green peppers, lentils beans, peas, onion, potatoes.

Some fruits contain fructose, sorbitol, and soluble fiber as apricot, banana, orange, and plum.

Dairy products such as cheese, ice cream, milk, and candy including milk should be limited when you are in flatulence.

Description: Milk is also a food that makes you have got flatulence unexpectedly
Milk is also a food that makes you have got flatulence unexpectedly

  1. Fast foods.
  2. The drinks including fructose, sorbitol, and carbonate such as beer, soda, fruit juice, grape wine.

So what kinds of foods a pregnant woman should eat?

  1. Protein: lean beef, fish, turkey, and chicken.
  2. Vegetables: kale, spinach, green beans, lecture, tomatoes.
  3. Fruits: strawberries, grapes.
  4. Bread.
  5. Rice.

Maybe you are in a divided mind that the foods for pregnant women who have flatulence are a bit little, not enough nutrients in pregnancy. Don’t worry, you should pay attention to your meals until not be flatulence any more, after that you can enjoy other favorite foods.

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