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Featured Article:- Foods to be eating for a big day

Have you ever had an important occasion where you need to wear that perfect dress, whether its for Prom, a wedding, or are you the mother of the bride/groom? but as soon as you’ve eaten you look like your 6+ months pregnant? How about when you buy a dress that fits you perfectly before, but on the day you feel sluggish and overweight? We have researched into why this happens and what you should and should not avoid!

Some of us are more bloated than others but that’s okay because each body is different and functions in unique ways, so do not worry too much! it happens to all of us in different ways!!

Food/drinks you should be having! 

1) Water with lemon

This may sound obvious, but you would be surprised how many people do not drink enough water on a daily basis. Retaining water is your body’s way of making sure it has the fluid it needs incase of a drought within your body. The less water you drink the more it will retain.
Adding lemon to your water is for your digestion. It enhances your body’s ability to flush out the salt and cleanse your system out before your big day ahead!
You will notice a huge difference after 2 weeks and

2) Fruits

Fruits such as Pineapples, Banana’s, Avocados, Watermelons, and Papaya are very good for your tummy! Fruit has a very high water content and its full of good fibre so it is great for bowel movement! Papaya is great when needing to go to the loo as it works your digestive system! 

3) Yogurt

Eating yogurt helps in regulating the digestive system and decreases gas within your tummy, soothes diarrhoea,  helps constipation and relives bloating. Having yogurt as a night snack is really good to fill those food cravings, as you shouldn’t be eating much at night anyways! Try to stop eating 4 hours before you sleep!

4) Peppermint

Peppermint tea is a delicious and refreshing way to boost your overall health in a number of ways, due to its ability to improve digestion, reduce pain, eliminate inflammation, relax the body and mind, cure bad breath, aids in weight loss and boosts the immune system.

5) Peanut Butter

Peanut butter has protein as well as potassium — which lowers the risk of high blood pressure, stroke and heart disease. It also contains fibre for your bowel health, healthy fats, magnesium to fortify your bones and muscles, Vitamin E and antioxidants. Peanut butter can be eaten throughout the day however the best time to eat it is a snack after breakfast. A spoon of peanut butter with a rice cake will cure the hunger till lunch time.