A Gastroenterologist Says These Two Common Foods Can Trigger Gas & Bloating

by Jerald Dyson

A healthy and balanced diet is one that contains a variety of fruits, vegetables, grains, and more in order to get your body the nutrients it needs without growing bored of your eating plan. But not only can a healthy diet support your overall well-being, it can also add diversity to your gut microbiome. “Aim to eat 30 different plants per week (from fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, legumes, and herbs)—or as many varieties as you possibly can,” gut health expert and registered dietitian Heather Finley, M.S., R.D., previously recommended.


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