CORSETS & GAS | Lucy’s Corsetry

Tips and tricks to get avoid gas when you’re wearing your corset (or any other time): 2:20 Avoid carbonated drinks 2:45 Avoid artificial sweeteners (especially sugar alcohols) 3:00 Choose (and…

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CORSETS & GAS | Lucy's Corsetry


Tips and tricks to get avoid gas when you're wearing your corset (or any other time):
2:20 Avoid carbonated drinks
2:45 Avoid artificial sweeteners (especially sugar alcohols)
3:00 Choose (and prepare) your beans wisely (I prefer lentils)
3:50 Cook your cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, asparagus, brussels sprouts, etc.)
4:05 Take an enzyme supplement like alpha-galactosidase (Beano) or lactase (Lactaid) depending on your intolerance
4:25 Chew more slowly, drink more water daily
4:40 Chew less gum, breathe through your nose, watch your stress levels
5:10 Go slow when introducing a new diet or new fiber-rich foods
5:25 See a doctor if you're consistently bloated or have digestive issues.

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