Dr. Oz Reveals One Food Guaranteed to Stop Belly Bloat
“I have one solution to help so many others out there to get rid of their belly bloat for good,” says Dr. Oz as he explains to viewers that although a common problem for many, belly bloat can be cured with one simple solution—probiotics in your food.
“Probiotics are bacteria that help maintain your body’s natural balance of different organisms…and promote digestive health,” says Dr. Oz as he demonstrates to viewers that without probiotics in your digestive system, that certain foods are resistant to the digestive process by the digestive juices in your gut and as a result contributes to feelings of bloating by the space the food occupies and the amount of gas produced as the food breaks down very slowly.
However, with probiotics in your digestive system, your digestive juices are aided by the helpful bacteria in the probiotics by rapidly digesting food that is relatively difficult to digest with digestive juices alone. As a result, the space that food occupies is decreased and there is less gas with the rapid digestion.
“Probiotics comes in many forms, but the best way to get it is in yogurt,” says Dr. Oz as he points out that eating yogurt is not a one-time event to make your digestive troubles go away. Rather, that you have to follow 3 rules when eating yogurt to get rid of belly bloat.
The first rule to getting rid of belly bloat with yogurt states Dr. Oz is that you have to eat yogurt with probiotics every day for two weeks. This is because the good bacteria from probiotics have a short life in the gut and therefore you have to eat it every day in order to build up the good bacteria to a level that will take care of your digestive problems.
The second rule is that it should be a 6-ounce serving with 2% milk fat, but no added sugar or syrup to sweeten it. If you cannot take the yogurt without some sweetness to it, then add fruit to it yourself without the added sugars.
The third rule to follow is that you should buy only brands of yogurt that states “live and/or active cultures” on the label. Dr. Oz tells his viewers that not all yogurts contain live probiotic bacteria in them, which is why you have to check the label to insure that you are getting the bacteria you need to aid digestion.