Need A Natural Bloating Remedy?
I’ve got the perfect natural bloating remedy drink if you’re feeling like a beached whale after every meal, or if your period has turned your stomach into a pufferfish.
The best part is it’s super easy and quick to make. You can make them ahead of time and use them when you need an easy remedy to reduce bloating.
This is also the best morning drink for bloating because it can get rid of bloating fast and helps you start your morning off right.
This can also can be used as debloating drinks before bed. It will help with your digestion while you sleep.
I was inspired by Tiktok (Of course)
I saw a concept of freezing “natural bloating remedy” ingredients into ice cubes that you can use whenever you need them.
The original post used lemon, ginger, honey, and water to make this natural debloating drink. These type of ingredients is what relieves gas & bloating fast.
This is a great start but there are a few more ingredients we can change to get a better debloating drink.
Let’s get started with the base and make it a more potent bloating remedy.
Here Are The Ingredients You’ll Need
- Chia Seeds
- Stevia (I like this brand: Vanilla is my favorite)
Step 1: Juice Lemon and Ginger
You NEED to peel the ginger and lemon before putting them in the juicer. If you don’t the lemon peel will make your juice incredibly bitter.
Pro Tip: Place the ginger in the juicer first to get as much of the juice out as possible.
If you’re looking for a powerful juicer that doesn’t take up a lot of space then I have the perfect one for you. Check it out HERE
Step 2: Portion Juice Out Into Ice Cube Trays
Once you have your mixture, put 2 tablespoons of the juice in the bottom of the ice cube well.
I use silicon ice cube trays that are easy to stack and they don’t contain plastic that will disrupt my hormones: You can find them HERE.
Step 3: Add in your bloating remedy mixins
Some people with IBS or SIBO will get worsening bloating with honey because it is higher in fermentable properties (It’s a High FODMAP food). To sidestep that, I substituted vanilla stevia to help remove that food trigger and still add some sweetness.
To keep our gut and hormones healthy, we need a little extra fiber so I added chia seeds to the recipe. They also have almost 5 grams of protein for 1 tablespoon.
Lastly, I added 2 peppermint leaves to the mixture for their anti-nausea and digestive properties.
Step 4: Freeze & Store
Top off the ice cube well with water and freeze. Store them in a container that prevents frostbite and they can last a lot longer.
I love my eco-friendly & hormone-friendly reusable freezer storage bags. They keep the frost off my food and keep the hormone-disrupting properties out of me.
You can check them out HERE
Natural Bloating Drink Remedy
- Silicon Ice Cube Tray
- Juicer or High Speed Blender
- 3 Lemons
- 1 2-inch Ginger piece
- 12 Teaspoons Chia Seeds
- 24 Mint Leaves
- 5-10 drops Liquid Stevia per cube
- 2 Cups Water
- 1) Peel Lemons and Ginger. Place the ginger in the juicer first then the lemons to get the most juice out of the ginger. Alternatively, you can use a blender and strain out the pulp.
- 2) Get an ice cube tray and put 2 tablespoons of the lemon and ginger mixture in each well.
- 3) Add 1 teaspoon of chia seeds, 2 leaves of mint, and 5-10 drops of stevia to each well. Freeze until solid.
- 4) To use: Add the cube into a drink cup and pour hot water over the top of the ice cube. Let it dissolve, stir up the chia seeds and enjoy.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why Do I Get Bloating After Meals?
Bloating after meals is a common issue that can be caused by several different factors. Eating too much or too quickly, consuming foods that are high in fat or carbohydrates, and drinking carbonated beverages can all contribute to bloating after meals. Additionally, certain health conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), food allergies or intolerances, and digestive disorders can also cause bloating after meals. If you feel bloated after meals on a regular basis, it may be helpful to speak with a healthcare professional to determine the underlying cause.
Can Hormone Imbalance Cause Bloating?
Yes, hormone imbalance can cause bloating. This is because when the hormones like estrogen and progesterone become imbalanced, it affects the digestive process and causes bloating and other abdominal issues. This is especially common in women during pregnancy or menopause due to changing levels of hormones. Additionally, thyroid disorders can also lead to an imbalance in hormones which can then cause bloating. If you think you may have a hormone imbalance causing your bloating, it’s best to contact a healthcare professional for advice.
How do I avoid getting Bloated?
To avoid getting bloated, it’s important to pay attention to your diet and lifestyle habits. Avoid eating too much in one sitting, as this can cause bloating. Eating slowly and chewing your food thoroughly can also help reduce bloating. Avoiding processed foods can also help reduce bloating. Additionally, drinking plenty of water throughout the day can help keep your digestive system running smoothly and prevent bloat. Finally, including probiotics in your daily routine may help reduce the symptoms of bloating. ultimately, you should look for underlying reasons why you are getting bloated so you can have long-term results.