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Eating what, you ask?
Look no further for answers! We have them right here, courtesy of board-certified practicing gastroenterologist Dr. Roshini Raj.
CUCUMBER + PAPAYA
"Most of us know that [a cucumber] depuffs your eyes," the doc says of the common beauty practice, "[but] it actually can [also] do the same thing for your intestines."
Yes, cucumbers actually have the ability to reduce inflammation and swelling INSIDE your body, too!
(More cucumber water over here, please!)
TRY THIS: Ghetto Gastro's Cucumber Salad
Not a cucumber fan, though? Dr. Roshini says papayas have a similar anti-inflammatory effect on your intestines.
So take your pick!
TRY THIS: Thai Salad (with Papaya!)
Fruits that are high in potassium -- like oranges and bananas -- can help regulate your salt/water balance.
"We know sodium makes you more bloated and [makes you] retain water," the gastroenterologist explains, "so having high potassium foods are also good for bloating."