Among these factors, there is of course food and more specifically certain sources that contribute to the formation of malodorous gas. As a priority, 5 foods that you will have to try to reduce or stop consuming if you have a tendency to flatulence:
Both natural and artificial ones. Certain complex sugars found in particular in onions and cabbage as well as in most fruits often lead to flatulence. Artificial sugars such as in sodas or chewing gum can also promote the production of intestinal gas. Nitrogen, found in cabbage or beans, is another cause of flatulence.
Milk and other dairy products contain lactose, a sugar that is sometimes poorly digested and can cause bloating. If you suffer from flatulence or bloating, try not consuming dairy products for 1 to 2 weeks to see if the situation improves. If so, you may be suffering from lactose intolerance. A disease that is easily cured.
Most starchy foods like potatoes, wheat or pasta can lead to flatulence. An exception is rice, to be consumed without moderation.
These fibers, which are found in particular in apples, beans, oranges or tangerines, are particularly difficult to digest and can lead to flatulence. As fiber-rich foods are often excellent for health, it will be more a question of reducing its consumption and not stopping supplements.
Carbonated drinks like sodas can also cause flatulence and bloating.