Most cases of mild bloating are just a normal part of digestion. But increasing your intake of fibre and fluids and making sure you’re doing something active at least once a day will help support your overall digestion.

If your bloating is out of the ordinary or the symptoms change, it might be worth speaking to your GP or a Registered Dietitian, just to be on the safe side.
Switching from a relatively low-fibre diet to one that’s rich in high-fibre foods can be uncomfortable at first. But don’t give up. After just a few days, the body will adjust. The increase of fluids and insoluble fibre (such as natural wheat bran) helps to move food waste along the digestive tract more easily.

All-Bran cereals are a great source of insoluble fibre and by taking the 7 Day Challenge and see if you feel the difference.

TIP: Introduce high-fibre foods like natural wheat bran into your diet gradually and drink plenty of water as you do so. This gives your digestive system time to adjust.
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