Our expert says:
From what you say, it would seem that you may suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) of the diarrhoea variety. Have you ever had a medical examination to determine why you have so many bowel movements and why you tend to bloat? If not, please consider having your gp check you out because the condition could improve with some medical treatment. The following foods can cause bloating: high-fibre foods like wholewheat and high-bran cereals, breads, snacks; raw onions and garlic; the entire cabbage family (cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, etc); sweet peppers; gassy cold drinks; excess caffeine (coffee, tea or caffeine-containing energy drinks); all alcohol; very spicy foods; very fatty foods. I hope your tummy will be nice and flat on Friday and that you look stunning in your catsuit.
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