According to Dr. Oz, the best way to beat bloating naturally is to remove or minimize items from the diet that are known to cause bloating, such as excessive starches, lactose, sodium and artificial sweeteners. Along wit... More »

Everyday Health recommends drinking herbal tea and supplementing one's diet with probiotics to treat bloating. Although probiotics are available as capsules, they also naturally occur in yogurt, kimchi, sauerkraut and pi... More »

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Remedies for bloating caused by menopause include changes in the diet and exercise routine. Another type of remedy is professional hormone treatment, according to Consumer Health Digest. More »

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To avoid abdominal bloating, WebMD recommends eating a diet high in fiber, consuming meals slowly, avoiding foods that contain artificial sweeteners and decreasing the amount of sodium-rich junk food in the diet. Carbona... More »

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Everyday Health recommends drinking herbal tea and supplementing one's diet with probiotics to treat bloating. Although probiotics are available as capsules, they also naturally occur in yogurt, kimchi, sauerkraut and pi... More »

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Home remedies for gas and bloating include increasing water intake, eliminating carbonated beverages from the diet and taking over-the-counter antacids that encourage belching, according to WebMD. Activated charcoal tabl... More »

The best way to control flatulence is to change diet and lifestyle by decreasing the size of meals, exercising on a regular basis and staying away from foods that cause flatulence. Over-the-counter medicines are availabl... More »

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