Chole-Chawal Making Your Tummy Bloated? Try These Expert-Approved Easy Remedies To Get Quick Relief

Who doesn’t love a plate of hot chole-chawal? But how do you feel about the bloating that happens after the meal? Don't worry, you are not the only one. Turns out, a few easy home remedies will help you enjoy your meal without any worries and keep bloating at bay. Watch the video to find out! #cholechawal #bloating #bloatingremedies #food #healthlifestyle news | health updates | travel stories | lifestyle | news18 | n18oc_lifestyleLiked the video? Please press the thumbs up icon and leave a comment. Subscribe to Showsha YouTube channel and never miss a video: Showsha on Instagram: Showsha on Facebook: Showsha on Twitter: entertainment and lifestyle news and updates on:

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Avoid THESE 5 Sehri foods to prevent dehydration, heat stroke

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