We all know that veggies are nutrient powerhouses that fuel optimal health, but what can you do if you’re unable to tolerate some of these superstars?
Try as you may, each time you reach for that broccoli, you end up experiencing embarrassing gas and bloating. What’s a guy or gal to do?!
In today’s episode of The Dish with LIS, I’m going to address this very question (from one of you!) I’ll also explain why this happens, and I’ll provide several nutritional solutions for people with and without Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)…
Watch this brief video to learn what simple steps you can take to improve your tolerance to gas-producing veggies today:
Try this Broccoli Cheeze-Like Soup to see if cooking the broccoli enhances your tolerance. If you want to take it a step further, puree the soup into a pre-digested texture that is gentle on the digestive tract.
So tell me, what veggies cause digestive trouble for you and what strategy will you incorporate from this video to improve your tolerance? Let’s chat in the comments below…
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