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Have gastric problem in stomach? Never eat these 5 foods

What happened when gas making started in your stomach, your stomach started getting bigger and several other gastric problems have been started? Oh Yes! You just go on doctor and eat several medicines and drinks several syrups as well.

But it’s much better to avoid those foods which cause gastric problems in stomach. Let’s start knowing with those:

Cabbage

Cabbage is on the first place in the list. This veggie is very hard to digest and if it’s eaten on night then it causes gas, acidity and several other problems in your stomach.

Red and Green Cabbage
Red and Green Cabbage

Potato

If you are already facing some problems related to stomach inflation and gastric, then it’s better to avoid eating this veggie in night.

Potato Vegetable
Potato Vegetable

Cucumber

Several people consider that if Cucumber is eaten on night then it helps to lose weight. But it might cause gastric problems as it has plenty of water and fibre; it disturbs the digestion system which causes gastric problems.

Watermelon

As like Cucumber Watermelon also has plenty of water and fibre; which is a bit tougher to digest. Along with this it has sugar too in it which causes stomach inflation.

Watermelon
Watermelon

Milk Products

Milk products such as milk have sugar lactose in it, which many people not able to digest. It causes gas and abdominal cramps in stomach. Many people get sick with diarrhea disease after drinking milk.

Milk Products
Milk Products

“Precaution is Better than Cure!” Many people heard this notation from doctors and people as well. So, if you are facing stomach issues such as gastric and stomach inflation and some others then it’s better to avoid the foods that causes such problems in stomach. It will help you to improve your eating habits and health and trim down the need of a doctor as well.

 

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Note: ShouTech don’t have any healthcare expert and reference from trusted sources has been taken to write this article.

 

Written by:Anish Tiwari is an SEO/SMO expert and Blogger loves to write and explore newness relates to IT, Search Engines, Web Development, and Gadgets etc. Follow me on Facebook and Instagram for the glimpses. You can also find me on Twitter and LinkedIn for better communication.

Anish Tiwarihttp://www.shoutech.in/
Anish Tiwari is an SEO/SMO expert and Blogger loves to write and explore newness relates to IT, Search Engines, Web Development, Gadgets etc. Follow me on Facebook and Instagram for the glimpses. You can also find me on Twitter and LinkedIn for better communication.
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