Meghan Markle’s two-step trick for staying bloat-free on flights
Posted On: June 3, 2018 Categories:Mentions in the Media,
April 24, 2018
As much fun as traveling is, spending hours upon hours on a plane can totally wreak havoc on your body. The flying experience can dry out your skin, cause dehydration, and really mess with your sleep sched. Potentially the most physically uncomfortable side effect though? The bloating. Not to fear, though: Meghan Markle‘s two-step trick to fight off the midsection puff should keep you—and your gut—healthy and happy miles high in the sky.
Markle says the probiotic-and-water combo will “keep your gut health in check” and “stave off jet lag.”
Because flying at high altitudes can lead your stomach to fill with air—not cool, science!—it’s best to prepare ahead of time to make sure the pressure change doesn’t also affect your well-being. And for the soon-to-be royal who originally shared her tips of the high-flying trade on her now shuttered blog the Tig, that means taking a high-strain probiotic (she recommends Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics) then chugging some water “like you’re dying of thirst,” Byrdie reports.
Markle says the probiotic-and-water combo will “keep your gut health in check” and “stave off jet lag.” (Extra bonus, FTW!) If this technique works for her, you know it’s good. Bloat-free traveling, here you come.