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Stomach bloating - the ‘surprising’ drink that causes trapped wind and tummy aches


Stomach bloating affects most people at some point during their lifetime, according to the NHS.It could be caused by having a food intolerance, eating too much in one go, or even by adding certain foods to your diet.But making some diet or lifestyle changes could lower your risk of trapped wind.One of the most surprising drinks that could cause stomach bloating is fruit juice, it’s been claimed.Although you may think fruit juice is a healthy choice of drink, it could be adding to your stomach bloating.

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