How To Debloat After Eating Your Literal Weight In Mashed Potatoes
Fact: Mashed potatoes are delicious. (We won’t get into an argument about whether or not they’re the best Thanksgiving food, though clearly they are.) But regardless of how much they please our palate, our digestive system isn’t super happy about having to process all the butter, cream and starchy carbs. This, plus the inordinate amount of food one tends to consume on Thanksgiving, can lead to some pretty unpleasant bloating. Enter: these supplements. They contain ingredients like prebiotics, probiotics and digestive enzymes to help you keep that tummy in check.
Beat The Bloat
This probiotic powder helps promote good gut health (and it tastes amazing).
Organic turmeric, cinnamon, ginger and maqui fruit are the debloating superstars in this powder.
These capsules contain a blend of different enzymes that help you break down proteins, fats and carbs—thus easing that "I gorged on potatoes" feeling.
Lactobacillus acidophilus is one of the probiotic strains found in this supplement; it's a well-researched strain that's been shown to help with bloating.