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9 foods you shouldn’t eat if you’re planning to bottom tonight

There’s a few things you shouldn’t eat before you go for the big ‘A’ sex…

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If you’re planning on being a power bottom 2.0 tonight there’s a couple of things you should stay clear of – foods that bloats, give you gas or will send you running to the toilet. Here’s a few food items to steer clear of.

1. Hummus.

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CREDIT: Pixabay

Sorry guys but unless you wanna be farting all night it’s best to stay clear from the Chickpea favourite. Nothing kills the moment than a back end blow out!

2. Chickpeas.

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CREDT: Pixabay

In fact stay clear from these all together. Chickpeas – the main ingredient in Hummus is the culprit.

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3. Beans.

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CREDIT: Pixabay

You know the rhyme – Beans beans good for your heart the more you eat the more you fart…

4. Fizzy drinks.

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CREDIT: Pixabay
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Carbonated drinks will blow up your intestine like a balloon . So if you’re out drinking it’s best to stay clear from fizzy sodas for your mixers as well as beers and ales. Perhaps stick with the wine or fruit juices for your mixers. So if you don’t want a carbonated cheeky squeak – lay of the colas.

5. Green veg.

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CREDIT: Pixabay

Cruciferous vegs like Cauliflower, Brussels, and Kale are known to cause the digestion system to become gassy as it can take longer for your body to digest.

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6. Oats not so good.

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Although oats are generally good for your digestion they are know to cause flatulence.

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7. Meats.

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CREDIT: Pixabay

So here’s the thing meats, particular red meat sit in the stomach and intestines for ages. They take a really long time to digest – this can lead to bloating and well gas…

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8. Meds.

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(C) Garyphoto:Depositphotos.com

Some medications can cause diarrhea. Make sure that your the pills you’re taking don’t cause the runs. Speak to your GP if you’re on prescribed meds that might cause you probs downstairs. Don’t stop taking any medications that you’ve been prescribed without talking to medical professional first.


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9. Coffee.

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CREDIT: Pixabay

Forget that after dinner coffee. Too much of the stuff could send you running to the loo with the runs.

 

 

 

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