15. Food Intolerance
Even if you don’t have a food allergy, you may still have a bad reaction to certain foods. If you’ve chatted with your doctor already and still haven’t come up with a cause for your bloating, consider keeping a journal wherein your write what you’re eating and when you have bloating.

16. Microorganism Imbalance
Your intestines are filled with bacteria that helps you digest your food well. LiveStrong reports, “As food you consumed travels through the intestinal tract, enzymes break it down into its basic components, allowing your body to utilize the food’s vital nutrients. This process can produce gas.” An imbalance of that bacteria can mess up the whole process leading to those less than pleasant symptoms. Consider a probiotic to help the little guys thrive so that they can do their job and reduce your gas and discomfort.