• 10 foods to avoid if you want a seriously taut tum

    Stomach rounded? These belly-bloating foods could be the cause

  • Seven sneaky ways to debloat in just one day

    Here are some quick and easy tips to relieve bloating. See also: Five foods that can cause your belly to bloat See also: Five signs you're

  • Ovarian cancer: Two life-saving symptoms you need to know

    The fear of cancer can lead many people to ignore symptoms and delay doctor's visits out of fear. But women can stay ahead of the cancer curve by paying attention to their bodies, and when it comes to ovarian cancer, there are two

  • 13 ways to beat the post-food belly bloat

    “Instead of three large meals per day, which can be hard on your digestive system, smaller portions more often could be the way forward. The temptation to gobble your food may be overwhelming, but it’s much better for your gut to take things slow. “Eating quickly and not chewing your food properly can cause a build up of air that leads to too much gas in the intestine,” explains Lisa Roukin.

  • Five foods that can cause your belly to bloat

    Do you suffer from a bloated belly? It could be due to the things you're eating or drinking, so it might be worth having a look at your diet. This video lists some of the more common triggers, which include dairy products and carbonated

  • Fitness Blogger Shares 'Food Baby’ Selfie To Prove You Shouldn’t Believe Everything You See On Social Media

    Don’t believe everything you see on social media. The fitness blogger has shared a photo of her bloated tummy in order to let others know that everyone can have a bad body day. Posting side-by-side pictures of her stomach taken just 12 hours apart, one before bed, and one after she’d just woken up, Tiffany’s stomach in the pre-bed picture is really bloated, while in the first thing snapshot it’s completely flat.

  • 5 Foolproof Steps To Bust Your Bloated Belly

    Whatever it is that’s bugging you about your midriff, we’ve spoken to the experts for their foolproof tips to a flatter stomach. This may not be as easy as it sounds, but research by scientists at the University of California indicated that there could be a link between the stress hormone cortisol and belly fat. According to researchers at the University of Miami, regular massages were shown to reduce cortisol levels by as much as one third.