Onion And Upset Stomach
3. Wheat

Wheat contains gluten, and studies by the American Food and Drug Administration show that this is becoming the source of an increase in digestive concerns with many people. Despite the digestive health risks, it is hard to enjoy many of the foods around us each day simply because the majority of them contain wheat in some degree. Foods like pizza, tortillas, cakes, biscuits, waffles, pasta, and the breads we enjoy everyday, are packed with different levels of wheat. Anyone suffering with gluten sensitivity or Celiac disease, wheat contributes to many different digestive issues. Stomach pain, diarrhea, gas, and bloating, are just some of the side effects from consuming foods with high levels of wheat. Consider whole-grain oats and almond flour instead.

4. Onions

Many people enjoy cooked onions with meals, raw onions on their burgers, and fresh cut onions in their salads, because of the amazing taste. Although the entire onion is rarely consumed, it does not take much to upset the digestive system when consumed cooked or raw. Consumed in small quantities, the onions still pack plenty of fiber. The fiber is a leading cause of stomach bloating, cramps, gas, and flatulence. The compounds in a raw onion can be especially problematic to people with weak stomachs even if consumed in tiny quantities. Replace the onion with fresh spices or herbs. If you find different onions consistently makes you bloated and cause cramps and gas, simply avoid them.

5. Dairy Products

While dairy products are an excellent source of calcium and proteins, these highly nutritious products contain high levels of lactose. The sugar found in dairy products like butter, yogurt, cheese, and milk, is especially problematic for over 75% of the world’s population to break down when they eat. This lactose intolerance leads to severe digestive problems like cramps, diarrhea, gas, and bloating. The pain associated with dairy products is compounded by the fact that it is hard to avoid these foods in the average diet. Coconut, rice, soy, or almond milk is a great alternative and will reduce the digestive pain associated with consuming excessive dairy products.