What fruits cause the most gas?

Fruits such as apples, peaches, pears, and prunes contain the natural sugar alcohol, sorbitol, which the body has trouble digesting.

Can fruit give you gas?

Fruit and vegetables can often cause gas, but eating several portions of fruit and vegetables a day is more important than eliminating gas. However, reducing the amount of these gas-producing foods may help to minimize a person’s flatulence.

Why does fruit upset my stomach?

Apples, watermelon, and grapes are all high in a type of sugar called fructose. Many people have a fructose intolerance or sensitivity, meaning their body has a hard time digesting this sugar. The result? “One of the biggest symptoms is diarrhea, but you can also have gas and abdominal pain,” Gans says.

Can you be intolerant to fruit?

In regards to fruit, a food intolerance is often a sensitivity to chemicals that naturally occur in a specific fruit. Sometimes, it’s an inability to digest the natural sugar found in fruits (fructose).

How do you deal with fructose intolerance?

If you suspect fructose intolerance, your doctor will probably recommend an elimination diet. For several weeks, you won’t consume any fructose. Then you can slowly begin reintroducing fructose-containing foods to find out how much you can tolerate without symptoms.

What are the signs of fructose intolerance?

Some common symptoms include:

  • Jaundice.
  • Stunted growth.
  • Vomiting.
  • Bloating.
  • A decrease of phosphate and glucose in the blood.
  • An increase in fructose in the urine and blood.
  • Nausea.
  • Abdominal pain.

Is it healthy to fart all day long?

While farting every day is normal, farting all the time is not. Excessive farting, also called flatulence, can make you feel uncomfortable and self-conscious. It might also be a sign of a health problem. You have excessive flatulence if you fart more than 20 times per day.