5 Juices to Reduce a Bloated Stomach Naturally

· October 4, 2015
Dairy products, refined flours, and salt can be the worst enemies of a flat stomach. Remove them from your diet and add more fresh fruits and vegetables to reduce inflammation.

Having belly fat is not the same thing as having a bloated stomach. People can suffer from bloating even if they don’t have any excess abdominal fat. A bloated stomach can be caused by a number of factors. Among them are having a poor diet, premenstrual syndrome, excess gas caused by eating too quickly, excessive stress levels, a low fiber intake, or intestinal problems.

If you’re among the many people who often suffer from abdominal bloating, you need to start changing your eating habits. The first step is to minimize your consumption of foods like dairy products, meats, sausages, salt, and refined or processed flour. The next step is to prepare juices like the ones in this article that will help you reduce stomach bloating in a natural way.

Aloe and chlorophyll juice to reduce a bloated stomach

Aloe vera and chlorophyll juice

This tasty juice is great for relieving a bloated stomach because it helps cleanse the colon by eliminating accumulated wastes and toxins. Experts also recommend it to protect against premature aging and to detox the blood.

Ingredients

  • ½ cup aloe gel
  • Juice of one lemon
  • 1 tablespoon of liquid chlorophyll

How do you make it?

First put all the ingredients into a blender and then process for a few minutes until smooth. After this, the juice should be consumed on an empty stomach, 30 minutes before breakfast.

Juice to detox and reduce abdominal bloating

Celery juice for a bloated stomach
This powerful juice combines all the benefits of foods like garlic, celery, carrots, and alfalfa to create a tonic that reduces abdominal bloating. It also helps remove toxins and fights gas.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of fresh carrot juice
  • 1 clove of raw garlic
  • A sprig of celery
  • 1 handful of alfalfa

How do you make it?

First put the celery and carrots through a juicer, if you haven’t already. After that, process everything in a blender with garlic and alfalfa. Ideally you’ll drink this in the afternoon and wait two hours afterwards before eating anything else.

Apple, flaxseed, and verbena juice

Whole and cut apples

With this juice you’ll naturally get rid of your bloated belly while regulating stomach function to fight cramps, gastritis, or colon issues.

Ingredients

  • 2 fresh, unpeeled apples, thoroughly washed
  • 1 tablespoon flaxseed
  • 1 cup of verbena and fennel tea

How do you make it?

First use a juicer to extract the juice from the apples, and then blend them along with the flaxseed and verbena tea. To prepare the tea just boil a cup of water and add a tablespoon of each herb before letting it steep for five minutes.

See also: 5 Ideal Foods to Cleanse the Colon

Juice for an bloated stomach and constipation

Cup of papaya juice
Poor digestion can be one of the main causes of abdominal inflammation. Because of this, fighting constipation is an important way to achieve a flat, more comfortable, stomach. To do this we recommend the following recipe:

Ingredients

  • 1 large piece of papaya
  • A mango
  • 1 tablespoon ground flaxseed
  • 1 cup of purified water
  • Honey

How do you make it?

Add all the ingredients to your blender and process them until they’re smooth. Drink this beverage without straining it.

“Sassy” water to reduce a swollen belly in 60 seconds

“Sassy” water isn’t very well known yet, but it’s a beverage invented by Cynthia Sass for her “Flat Belly Diet.” Although it’s not strictly a juice per se, it’s still a powerful drink that can help you obtain a flatter stomach and improve your digestion.

If you already know that water is key to having a flat stomach and staying hydrated, then you’re ready to read the following recipe for “Sassy” water. Hopefully it will encourage you to drink more water every day, and, in the mean time enjoy this refreshing low-calorie beverage.

Ingredients

  • 2 liters of water
  • 1 teaspoon grated, fresh ginger
  • 1 cucumber, peeled and sliced
  • A lemon cut into slices
  • 12 leaves of spearmint

How do you make it?

Mix all the ingredients in a glass container and store it in the fridge. After letting it sit for a few hours, strain off the liquid and drink it throughout the day.