Gas that comes from eating fruits and vegetables is often caused by the fiber that they contain and people react differently. Your body will get accustomed to this if you increase your intake slowly, over a period of several weeks. Some fruits and vegetables like beans and those in the cabbage family tend to cause gas more often and slowly eating more of these and then continuing to eat them will take care of the problem here as well.
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