2. Change Eating Times

Cooking Time

You should be consistent with eating times daily, keeping it on schedule as much as possible. Eat lower fiber foods later in the day to prevent gas fermentation. Eating or drinking too fast can create an intake of more air, giving you more gas.

1. Make Sure You Exercise and Hydrate Enough

Hydration

It helps the gastrointestinal tract to get mild to moderate exercise, and make sure you are drinking enough water to keep gut motility moving. This stops constipation, which creates inefficient defecation and produces more methane gas release.

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