According to the results of a recent study, bloating of the stomach is not the result of overeating, but mostly due to intolerance to gluten.
Gluten is a substance that can be found in grains such as barley, wheat and rye.
Oats in principle does not have gluten, but it is best to avoided because of its contact with the grains in the manufacturing process and later in its packaging.
In the case of celiac disease when entered gluten, the body activates immune response that damages the small intestine and thus causes abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloating and fatigue.
What can help?
The first step you need to do is to exclude gluten from the diet during one week. This way you will see if there is an improvement or not.
If you improve the condition, then obviously you have a problem with gluten. If you still do not feel good and your belly still swells, then it is best to visit a doctor and discuss your problem.
It will include a proposal to test for food intolerance, which will be determined except gluten, to which other foods you are potentially intolerant.
An allergic reaction to gluten is common in overweight people. For this reason, a gluten-free diet is highly recommended to prevent bloating stomach.