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Sydney-based nutritionist Jessica Sepel (photo) said that good bowel health and stress management reduces the severity of bloating

How to Get Your Dream Beach Body: Nutritionist Unveils Tricks for Eliminating Bloating in Just One Month – And Why Supplements and Good Bowel Health Are The Key

  • Australian nutritionist Jessica Sepel is an expert on holistic eating
  • The best selling author shared tips about the bloat for the summer
  • Mrs. Sepel advised taking supplements containing milk thistle and turmeric
  • She also suggested taking a gluten intolerance test and chewing food slowly
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Nutritionist Jessica Sepel has shared her top tips for beating the bloat on the beach this summer.

The holistic food expert based in Sydney emphasized the importance of maintaining good intestinal health, chewing food properly and taking supplements such as milk thistle, fennel and turmeric from her JS Health line.

The top selling author also said that stress makes a major contribution to poor digestion that leads to bloating and discomfort.

Sydney-based nutritionist Jessica Sepel (photo) said that good bowel health and stress management reduces the severity of bloating

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Sydney-based nutritionist Jessica Sepel (photo) said that good bowel health and stress management reduces the severity of bloating

1. Take supplements

In a conversation with FEMAIL, Jessica advised you to increase your intake of digestive supplements during the summer months.

& # 39; Milk thistle, fennel and turmeric are traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to relieve digestive discomfort and reduce bloating in the abdomen, & # 39; she said.

Jessica & # 39; s latest line of JS Health supplements has received rave reviews online, with a series of satisfied customers sharing incredible transformation photos after only one month of use.

The anti-inflated supplements from Jessica Sepel contain milk thistle, fennel and turmeric (pictured, a one-month transformation using JS Health supplements)

The anti-inflated supplements from Jessica Sepel contain milk thistle, fennel and turmeric (pictured, a one-month transformation using JS Health supplements)

The anti-inflated supplements from Jessica Sepel contain milk thistle, fennel and turmeric (pictured, a one-month transformation using JS Health supplements)

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2. Taste without gluten

Mrs. Sepel said that gluten is a common cause of bloating and digestive problems.

& # 39; I recommend trying a gluten-free diet for two to four weeks and keeping a diary to note any changes, & # 39; she said.

Consult a physician for a gluten sensitivity test.

Mrs. Sepel recommended taking a gluten sensitivity test to rule out intolerance (photo, a transformation shot of a JS Health customer before and after taking Debloat supplements)

Mrs. Sepel recommended taking a gluten sensitivity test to rule out intolerance (photo, a transformation shot of a JS Health customer before and after taking Debloat supplements)

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Mrs. Sepel recommended taking a gluten sensitivity test to rule out intolerance (photo, a transformation shot of a JS Health customer before and after taking Debloat supplements)

3. Pay attention to your gut health

Good intestinal health is essential to prevent bloating and discomfort.

Mrs. Sepel advised to increase your intake of probiotic and prebiotic rich foods, which are mainly plant based, and dishes with whole-grain ingredients.

"Maintaining good gut health also means limiting your caffeine intake to one a day, reducing alcohol intake and avoiding artificial sweeteners found in chewing gum and soft drinks because they can be incredibly bloated," she said.

Mrs. Sepel (photo) advised to avoid chewing gum and soft drinks with bloat-triggering artificial sweeteners
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Mrs. Sepel (photo) advised to avoid chewing gum and soft drinks with bloat-triggering artificial sweeteners

Mrs. Sepel (photo) advised to avoid chewing gum and soft drinks with bloat-triggering artificial sweeteners

4. Less stress

Excessive stress increases the production of cortisol and adrenaline by the body, causing the nervous system to fight or escape.

This slows down the digestive system, according to Sepel.

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& # 39; I recommend 20 minutes each day to do stress-reducing exercises, including deep abdominal breathing, meditation, yoga walking in nature or grounding barefoot, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; At the end of each day, spend 10 minutes relaxing – this means avoiding your phone and social media. & # 39;

Mrs. Sepel (photo) said that properly chewing food will reduce the risk of bloating

Mrs. Sepel (photo) said that properly chewing food will reduce the risk of bloating

Mrs. Sepel (photo) said that properly chewing food will reduce the risk of bloating

5. Chew well

Mrs. Sepel said it is essential to chew your food thoroughly because digestion starts in the mouth.

She recommends chewing 15-20 times for each bite.

& # 39; When we chew food, our saliva covers food and sends signals to the brain to prepare us for the digestive process, & # 39; she explained.

Zodra As soon as food enters the stomach, hydrochloric acid and enzymes break it down into small particles that travel to the small intestine and ensure that the nutrients are absorbed into your bloodstream.

& # 39; Avoid rushing while eating, as this can cause bloating. & # 39;

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