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4 Foods To Eat To De-Bloat After The Holiday Weekend

Fourth of July Weekend means one thing: food – and lots of it. Between the barbeques and tasty American Flag-themed treats, you’re probably going to overindulge at some point during the weekend. But, don’t worry, there are healthy foods you can eat that will cleanse your body and help get rid of all the post-holiday weekend bloating. Click through our slideshow to find the foods you should eat if you feel bloated after the holiday weekend.
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