This Vitamin Reduces Bloating And Flattens Your Belly In A Few Minutes






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Bloating is a common health issue that’s not only unpleasant to the eye (it makes your belly as much larger than it is), but it also causes a lot of discomfort. There are several contributors to this condition and the most common include foods that retain water in the body and slow down digestion.

But, bloating is not something you should be worried about as there’s a vitamin which effectively flattens your stomach in a matter of minutes. It’s the vitamin B complex, which is completely beneficial for the human body, and is easily obtained from food in its natural form.

VITAMIN B6


Vitamin B6 fights water retention in the body. A number of studies have shown that high 90% of the world population is deficient in this vitamin, which is mostly due to the modern lifestyle and poor dietary habits. This vitamin also improves the immune response of the body to common bacteria and viruses. It’s extremely beneficial for heart patients and pregnant women.
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The best food sources of vitamin B6: poultry, fish, wholegrain cereals, spinach and legumes.


VITAMIN B1

This vitamin, also known as thiamin, is crucial for the breakdown of carbohydrates in the body. In fact, it turns the food we eat into energy. In addition, it improves heart and nerve function, but it also accelerates digestion and neutralizes gases and bloating. It also eliminates the feeling of hunger.

The best food sources of vitamin B1: whole grain, leafy greens, brew yeast, legumes.

VITAMIN B12

Vitamin B12 deficiency has often been linked to different types of inflammation in the abdominal area. This can disrupt the balance of beneficial bacteria in the small intestine and lead to indigestion and slow metabolism.

The best food sources of vitamin B12: seafood, milk, cheese, eggs, poultry, beef, sour vegetables.
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