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    FOUR in five women have no clue that bloating is a sign of ovarian cancer, failing to book an urgent doctor's appointment about it.  A leading charity said lives are at risk because women are not taking urgent cancer symptoms seriously. 2Marie Foord, 49, pictured with her husband Shane, thought her bloating was the result of a change in diet, with an increase in carbs. She was later diagnosed with ovarian cancer Currently, two thirds of women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer at a late stage, wheni t has already spread and is much harder to treat successfully.  If diagnosed at the earliest stage, 9 out of 10 (93 per cent) will survive for five years or more.  When diagnosed at the most advanced stage (stage IV) just 13 per cent will survive. It's often described as the "silent killer". But charities say this term suggests the signs are not...
    New York : Fast overeating and greasy foods can cause bloating. Photo: Horizon Content / Pexels It is normal that after a meal in excess you may feel bloated, heavy, gassy and very uncomfortable. Especially if you consumed a lot of fat, carbonated drinks, and ate too fast. What to do to reduce the discomfort after a binge? Don’t go to bed If you go to bed with a full stomach, food can rise again and cause heartburn. Going to bed can slow digestion and make gastroesophageal reflux (GERD) worse. According to the Mayo Clinic, the common symptom of GERD is a burning sensation in the chest (heartburn), Belching Burping a little can give you some relief by expelling some of the gas. The Gas in the digestive tract can cause inflammation and sometimes abdominal pain. Swallowed air, which does not leave your stomach...
    New York : Feeling bloated after eating is a common situation. This bloating can be accompanied by belching and flatulence; having to undo the button and feel your stomach have expanded can be too uncomfortable. How to avoid bloating after eating 1. Watch your fiber intake Fiber is part of a healthy diet. Helps control hunger, blood sugar, among others important benefits. However, high-fiber foods like whole grains, legumes, and some vegetables like broccoli can cause gas and bloating in some people. Gradually increase the amount of fiber you eat so your body gets used to it. As fiber consumption increases, water consumption also increases. 2. Take into account food intolerances and allergies An intolerance or allergy to any food can cause bloating. Tracking which foods give you symptoms can prevent you from exercising caution on future occasions. Dairy products such as milk, cheese, ice cream, and yogurt...
    New York : An excessive consumption of condiments can be associated with a high caloric intake. Photo: Image by Bernadette Wurzinger on Pixabay / Pixabay Follow one healthy nutrition it’s not just about watch your caloric intake. The quality of the food on which we base our daily diet is essential. Based on this, we usually focus on the best alternatives for fruits, vegetables, cereals, legumes and proteins. And of course they are important, however it is very normal to forget about condiments and dressings. The truth is that they are accessories that usually go unnoticed and we even usually think that have no effect on health, when in fact it is the opposite, especially when it comes to processed products. Believe it or not one of the best ways to start eating in a more nutritious and balanced way is to examine more...
    Olympic swimmer Klete Keller indicted on additional charges in Capitol riot LIVE COVERAGE: Senate expected to deliver Trump verdict today Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft These Unsold Jeep Grand Cherokees Are Now Dirt Cheap Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Trevor Raab Bloating occurs when your abdomen retains fluid, traps gas, or feels swollen, and it often comes with pain or discomfort. Certain foods can trigger bloating, as well as constipation and overeating. Those suffering from conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) may also experience bloat. Anti-bloating foods such as avocados, dandelion greens, and those rich in probiotics, like kefir, can help reset your digestive tract bacteria—which influence bloating—according to sports dietitian Marni Sumbal....
    New York : There is nothing worse than feel bloated, to the point of losing the style and ending with the button of the pants unbuttoned. The truth is that it is a condition that we have all experienced at some point, also known as abdominal distension, occurs when the ventral area is larger than normal and is the infallible sign that occurs when we overeat. Although this type of swelling is usually related to factors associated with the Lifestyle and the feeding, is one of the most common digestive conditions. Although it can also announce other types of conditions, among which the fluid retentiongynecological conditions lactose intolerance, irritable bowel syndrome, weight gain and pregnancy. The truth is that although the inflammation is part of a healthy immune system, and in a way the response of white blood cells is wonderful, which produce substances that make cells divide...
    New York : Having gas and passing flatulence on a daily basis is normal. Carbonated or carbonated drinks, beer, fried foods, and high-fat foods often cause gas; also suck hard candy and chew gum; even foods that are part of a healthy diet. The cruciferous like broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, Brussels sprouts, arugula, and kale; legumes such as beans, lentils, lima beans, chickpeas; as well as the whole grains and the dairy products can cause gas and bloating, but they should not be eliminated from the dietMany of these foods support your health and they far outweigh their side effects with benefits. How are gases generated? The gases enter as we swallow air when we eat, when we eat foods that are difficult to digest or that our body does not tolerate. Pass 13 to 21 gases a day it is considered normal according to the National Institute of Diabetes...
    This article was medically reviewed by Kailey Proctor, MPH, RDN, CSO, a board-certified oncology dietitian at the Center for Cancer Prevention and Treatment at Providence St. Joseph Hospital.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Doctors do not recommend the cabbage soup diet, a fad diet that promotes rapid weight loss, because it isn't sustainable. istetiana/ Getty Images The cabbage soup diet is considered a fad diet that's not sustainable or effective, and no prominent doctors or medical institutions promote it. Because liquids can lead to fullness, as can fiber-filled cabbage, the concept behind the diet is to minimize hunger and cravings....
    HELPING yourself to that second portion of turkey or a few extra chunks of cheese always seems like a good idea at Christmas - until the painful bloating hits shortly after. And during the festive period, many people will have experienced it more than ever - including celebrities. 20Nadia Sawalha was praised by fans for her post about festive bloatingCredit: Instagram While many stars' social media feeds are usually packed full of six-packs and jaw-dropping bikini photos, more and more are now sharing honest and open posts revealing their battles with bloating too. And the latest famous face to surprise her followers with a dramatic photo was Loose Women panellist Nadia Sawalha, 56, who shared the results of her over-indulgence over the festive season. The mum-of-two let her belly hang out as she revealed she had given her 'food baby' a name and added: "We had so much fun making...
    This article was medically reviewed by Melissa Rifkin, MS, RD, CDN, owner of Melissa Rifkin Nutrition LLC.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. It's important to slowly add high FODMAP foods back into your diet since they contain important nutrients that maintain a healthy microbiome. NataBene/ Getty Images The low FODMAP diet is a temporary, elimination diet designed to help people with gastrointestinal disorders. On a low FODMAP diet, you should avoid foods that contain large amounts of FODMAP carbs like fructose, sorbitol, and lactose. After you've cut these foods out for four to six weeks, you can slowly...
    AT LEAST one in five people in the UK suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and many with the condition just learn to live with the symptoms. Whilst it's normal to have a little bit of bloating after a meal - experts have now claimed that if you have persistent symptoms then you should dig a little deeper to get to the root. 5Experts say your bloating could be down to a variety of issues - including drinking too little Credit: Getty - Contributor IBS can be an umbrella term for a whole host of symptoms such as abdominal discomfort, wind, cramps, heartburn, diarrhoea and constipation. Speaking to The Sun, nutritionist and consultant to Enzymedica UK, May Simpkin said there’s a difference between an occasional bloat and bloating that is accompanied by pain and discomfort. She said: "Symptoms of bloating are essentially a build-up of gases in the stomach...
    A MUM is facing her last Christmas at just 49-years-old after her bloating turned out to be ovarian cancer. Rebecca Betts, known as Bex was first suspected of having a urine infection or a gastrointestinal issue. 11Bex fears that this Christmas could be her last after she was given just six to nine months to live Credit: PA Real Life 11Bex and Craig are pictured during their wedding receptions after their vow renewal. Bex was receiving treatment for ovarian cancer at the time Credit: PA Real Life The 49-year-old started to experience back ache in mid-2016 and her symptoms continued to worsen - so much so that her bloated stomach made her look pregnant. The mum-of-two from Kettering, Northamptonshire visited A&E where tests revealed that she had stage four ovarian cancer. Bex, who used to work as an auditor said she “hadn’t even considered cancer”. “I kept thinking, ‘I have...
    Photo: Lisa Fotios / Pexels It is normal for you to feel heavy and bloated after a large meal, with excess fat, sugar, sodium and some alcohol. Eat natural foods the next day that are anti-inflammatory and promoting digestive work, contributes to let go of that heaviness and swelling. Your body is very smart you don’t need detox diets to cleanse yourself, it has organs in charge of it like the liver. “Everything you eat or consume, be it food, alcohol, drugs or toxins, is filtered by the liver,” says Hellan Kwon, professor of hepatology at the University of Michigan. But nevertheless, can you help your body in your hard work making a pause of excesses, saturated fat, and added sugar. Start the morning with a drink loaded with antioxidants, anti-inflammatories and other components that they promote your digestion, help to move and dispose...
    Peppermint helps relax stomach muscles which may help prevent bloating. Chiara Benelli/Getty Images Home remedies for bloating include eating more fiber and less sodium, avoiding carbonated beverages, and adding more peppermint and probiotics do your diet. Bloating is a common GI issue that can usually be managed safely at home with simple lifestyle changes. If your bloating comes with symptoms like abdominal pain or nausea and basic home remedies aren't solving the problem, you should speak with a doctor to determine if you have an underlying, more serious medical condition. This article was medically reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. If you ever had trouble zipping your pants up after eating, chances are you're probably bloated. Having a full belly can be uncomfortable, but luckily there are ways...
    A YOUNG woman has been left so bloated by endometriosis that people always ask her if she is pregnant. Abbie Eckert said symptoms of the debilitating condition have affected both her mental health and her confidence. 6Abbie Eckert was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2014 Credit: Mercury Press 6The condition has left Abbie looking bloated and has caused people to ask her if she is pregnant Credit: Mercury Press The 24-year-old was first diagnosed with the condition in 2014. Endometriosis is a condition whereby tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes. Abbie, who lives in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear said: "It really took a toll on my mental health when I would get stopped on the bus by people asking when I was expecting. "The bloating is constant, it doesn’t ever go away. "I’ve got a pregnant...
    STOMACH bloating can make us feel uncomfortable - leaving us with a rounder tummy than we would like. It's a natural part of life and can be spurred on by the foods that we include in our diet. 4Stomach bloating can leave us feeling uncomfortable - but there are things you can do to stop it Credit: Getty - Contributor Bloating is caused when carbohydrates can’t be digested properly by the small intestine, leaving your stomach rounded. Many people who have food allergies experience bloating, so if you often suffer from this condition you should speak to your GP. If you lead a healthy lifestyle and have a balanced diet then this should be enough to control your bloating. But if you're still struggling, nutritionist Nick Hay says there are some foods that you should try and avoid that could be causing you to bloat. 1. Processed foods It's so...
    She’s the woman who celebrities have on speed dial before a red-carpet event, known for her magic hands and said to be the secret behind many a toned A-list thigh. With a slew of A-list clients and Instagram endorsements from the rich and famous, Flavia Morellato’s fans include singers Ellie Goulding and Alexandra Burke; TV’s Rochelle Humes; healthy eating guru Ella Mills (of Deliciously Ella); Made In Chelsea stars Rosie Fortescue and Ashley James; and numerous models. One of the latter, Emma Louise Connolly, says: ‘I feel like I’ve dropped a dress size after each session.’ While Lottie Moss (Kate’s half-sister) posted on social media that Flavia is ‘honestly the best thing, especially after a heavy weekend’. Now, Brazilian-born Flavia is about to wield her magic hands on me. Geraldine Bedell had therapy provided by lymphatic drainage therapist Flavia Morellato, 37, (pictured) at her South London base She is a lymphatic...
    ARE you suffering from corona-bloat? Celebs are taking to social media to share pictures of their bulging bellies and experts say lockdown could be to blame for the tummy troubles. 11Malin Andersson posted a video showing her bloated belly during her period, but admitted her tummy changes regularly 11Zara McDermott posted a 'before' and 'after' of her tum, writing 'this doesn’t do justice to how bad my bloating can get!' Loose Women’s Saira Khan, model Vogue Williams, reality star Lucy Mecklenburgh and actress Gemma Atkinson have all posted snaps of their swollen midriffs. Clinical nutritionist Suzie Sawyer says we may have underestimated how much our bodies have changed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Suzie, who specialises in female health and runs suziesawyer.com, says: “Our gut is highly sensitive and sudden changes to our diet, routine or movement can disrupt the balance and cause it to react. 11Saira Khan showed off the...
    Ovarian cancer can be hard to detect until it's spread and become more serious. rightdx/Getty Images Symptoms of ovarian cancer might be missed by patients and doctors because they seem non-specific, oncologist Dr. Julian Schink told Insider. Common symptoms include an increase in belly size, abdominal pain, urinary changes, and feeling full quckly during meals, but also fatigue, constipation, pain during sex or change in your period.  If you experience symptoms for longer than two weeks, or more than 12 times in a month, see a doctor. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.   Ovarian cancer has a reputation as a silent killer — a disease that grows imperceptibly, showing few symptoms until it reaches an advanced and deadly stage.  But Dr. Julian Schink says that reputation isn't entirely accurate.  "That 'silent killer' terminology is really unfair because the vast majority of women with ovarian cancer have...
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    BRITS have basked in glorious sunshine over the past week or so and many have taken the opportunity to enjoy sipping on their favourite drinks outdoors. Thunderstorms are on the way this week but the warm weather is here to stay and if you've noticed your stomach looking a little rounder during the heatwave then you're not alone. 4Many people have reported feeling bloated during the heatwave Credit: Getty - Contributor Searches on Google for "foods that make you bloated" have doubled in the last week in the UK, while searches for "what causes bloating in women", have also gone up by 60 per cent. The heatwave over the weekend has left many feeling a little puffy and experts say that our stomachs can often be the first part of the body to react during warm weather. Certified holistic nutrition consultant Stephanie Papadakis and founder of Gut Integrity said the...
    If you chew gum, you may swallow air and cause bloating. Sirichai Chitvises/Getty Images You may be bloated if you have an intolerance to certain foods, if you've eaten too much fiber, or if you consume artificial sweeteners or sugary alcohol.  If you smoke, chew gum, or eat or drink too fast, you may swallow air which could also make you bloated. Some underlying health conditions that can also cause bloating are Celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, and Chron's disease.  This article was medically reviewed by Rudolph Bedford, MD, a gastroenterologist at Providence Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica, CA. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. If your stomach has ever felt so swollen that you have to unbutton your pants, or if you've felt like you have gas trapped in your belly that simply can't be released, you've experienced bloating.  While bloating...
    MASK FACE HAVE I GOT IT? The cloth or disposable masks the public are wearing will undoubtedly be more comfortable than those worn in surgical settings, but as Monique Budden, 27, from Welling, South-East London, has discovered, they’re not without problems.  Monique is a receptionist at a private medical clinic and has been back at work, wearing a mask to greet patients, for the past few weeks. ‘I find it rubs around the edges, and I’m also getting breakouts around my mouth, nose and chin,’ she says. British beauty experts shared their advice for treating lockdown skin conditions, including mask face (pictured)  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The healthier way to enjoy fried food: This Salter Hot Air... Woman who believes her father killed her missing sister... Share this article Share HOW TO FIX IT: At London’s University College Hospital, Dr...
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