Sometimes when people start juicing in addition to their normal diet or on a Reboot, they can experience various digestive upsets or changes. To help alleviate these symptoms, make sure you are drinking plenty of water spread throughout the day in small portions. If there are any individual ingredients that seem to irritate you more than others, eliminate them and adjust the recipe with new or trusted ingredients next time you juice. Removing or reducing the gas-causing vegetables, such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, garlic, onions, and spicy peppers, can also help. Try drinking your juice in smaller portions spread throughout the day, and dilute your juice with 25 percent water as needed. For nausea, try increasing your intake of hot water with lemon and ginger. Gentle exercise, such as walking, yoga, and stretching, has been shown to reduce stomach and digestive upsets. Find out more ways to combat some of these side effects.
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