Drs. Rx: Beat The Bloat with This Shot!
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No one likes feeling bloated and luckily, The Doctors have an easy, tasty option to attack bloating. ER physician Dr. Travis Stork calls it the "bloat beater." This is a drink made by mixing of pineapple, coconut water and cayenne pepper.
The Doctors praise the healthy ingredients. Bromelain in pineapple is helpful for good skincare. Coconut contains antioxidants as well as aids in digestion. Cayenne contains capsaicin which has been promoted as a metabolism booster.
Dr. Travis notes staying hydrated in general is helpful for bloating. The Doctors taste the drink and love it. "This Doctor's shot of health is delicioso," exclaims Dr. Travis! Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon adds that the drink is sweet but the cayenne gives it a little kick. Cheers to beating that bloat!