Stomach pain, also known as abdominal pain, is a common condition.
Eating rich and fatty food in sweets can make you feel uncomfortably stuffed. Fat takes longer to digest than protein or carbohydrates, so it keeps the stomach full longer. Avoid bloating by limiting fats in your everyday diet, especially in those must have sweets.
If your pain primarily occurs after eating sweets, your doctor will likely look to your digestive tract for answers. Most stomach pain that occurs after eating anything sweet could be caused by a digestive disease. Some of the most common illnesses that cause abdominal pain include constipation, gas, inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatitis and ulcers.
Review your diet with your primary doctor especially the sweats that you love to eat. Many of these comfort foods can be removed and replaced with better choices. Not always easy, but if it makes you feel better – then you win.
Avoid - Carbonated drinks . Where do you think all those bubbles end up? They gang up in your belly!