Bloated! Will Vegan Help?!?
Hi, my name is Stephanie and i am new to vegan lifestyle! I'm trying it for a healthier lifestyle because i feel tired alot and am bloated constantly! I just want to feel good and feel energized!! would you say that a vegan diet would help!?!?
im in the same position as you. I was vegan about 15 years ago and lapsed but couldn't get away from the fact that it was the healthiest that I had ever felt.
I felt constantly bloated and uncomfortable and decided it was time to be kind to myself again. Two weeks in and I feel great. Eating vegan is filling me up before I can overest and keeping me full for longer and best if all the bloated feeling has gone, so stick with it and it will prove itself very quickly!
google the causes of bloating.
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I have always had an issue with extra water retention I suppose just being a woman. Well being vegan did not help that issue for me, basically just cutting down on sodium works great and eating a lot of foods with natural water also works good.
Stay away from processed vegan foods like soy burgers and mock sausage. Yes I know they are good but you won't be bloated as much if stay away from them. Also I can not eat Seitan without feeling very fat the next day. Weird because I never thought I had issues to gluten but I suppose I do. And I love making homemade seitan, so now save it for special occasions.
I am 51 and post menopause now and this is what seems to work for me. Of course lots of raw veggies and a couple fruits a day, homemade beans and lentils, And for my grains, brown rice and other grains besides wheat. I love sprouted grain breads but can't get them where I live without driving at least an hour. So I pretty much do without them ugh.
Also watermelon, and watermelon seed tea is your friend if you are carrying extra water retention.