14 Beverages That Cause Gas And Bloating

Bloating is when your belly feels swollen or enlarged after eating. There are certain nutrients found in food and drinks that our bodies have trouble breaking down. These short-chain carbohydrates can't be digested by the small intestine, so instead, they end up in the large intestine. Here, they're fermented by bacteria. This fermentation process results in gas and bloating.

Although bloating may be a symptom of a serious medical condition, it is usually caused by something you’re eating or drinking. And in today’s video, we will tell you about drinks that cause gas and bloating. From coffee, energy drinks, seltzer, milk to protein shakes and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Some Types Of Teas – 01:00
Watermelon juice – 01:45
Apple Juice – 02:04
Drinks With High Sodium – 02:32
Store Bought Fruit Juice – 03:00
Beer – 03:23
Coffee – 04:00
Milk – 04:59
Seltzer – 6:00
Protein Shakes – 06:41
Diet Drinks – 07:22
Anything With a Straw – 07:51
Carbonated Beverages – 08:09
Energy Drinks – 08:51


1. Some Types Of Teas: Although not all teas cause bloating, there is a small chance that some people may experience abdominal difficulties.

2. Watermelon juice: It’s hard to believe that watermelon juice could do anything to your body, considering it's mostly water.

3. Apple Juice: Apples contain a naturally occurring, but widely indigestible sugar called sorbitol. It has been linked to diarrhea, gas, and bloating.

4. Drinks With High Sodium: Salt is one of the worst offenders when it comes to bloating, and drinks like V8 or any vegetable juice are brimming with it.

5. Store Bought Fruit Juice: While fresh-pressed juice made at home can be a great source of fruits and vegetables, store-bought fruit juice, especially from concentrate, is incredibly high in sugar.

6. Beer: You must have probably heard the term beer belly before. It refers not only to increased belly fat, but also to the bloating caused by drinking beer.

7. Coffee: Does your morning cup of brew bother your bowels? Coffee can be a major cause of bloat. It encourages colon movement.

8. Milk: Lactose intolerance happens when people are deficient in lactase, an enzyme that breaks down the sugar in milk.

9. Seltzer: Swell up like a balloon every time you sip on seltzer? The fun, fizzy bubbles may be to blame for your bloating.

10. Protein Shakes: If protein shakes turn your tummy into a pufferfish, you might be reacting to the whey.

11. Diet Drinks: The word diet, that is attributed to diet drinks can be rather misleading and may cause more harm than good. Diet sodas may not have calories but they do contain artificial sweeteners.

12. Anything With a Straw: Any drink can turn into a cause of bloat if you use a straw. Doing so means you're sucking air into your stomach that you wouldn't if you just sipped from the top of the cup.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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