What fruits are not rich in carbs?quote:Normally fruits do not cause/generate gas by themselves unless and otherwise they are rich in carbohydrates (e.g. like banana).
Fruits can generate gas indirectly but only if their constitutent carbohydrates are not fully absorbed. Some fruits contains oligosaccharides and sorbitol which are incompletely absorbed and fruits contain fructose which may not be well absorbed. Feeeding to this to the colonic bacteria in sufficient amounts can lead to gas.quote: Others like orage can cause gas if taken together with foods containing high carbohydrates like cakes or sugar etc.
Citric acid doesn't cause fermentation. There are natural acid-base reactions in the stomach and duodenum. These do generate carbon dioxide but this is not related to what food one eats. The acid and base are coming from the body. This gas is absorbed well and therefore doesn't give people gas.quote:Thus, the mild citric acid will cause mild fermentation in side the stomach and hence generating gas.
This is nonsense.quote:I also advise you not take orange or orange juice with milk or milk products at the same time.
I don't see any physiological reason for this either.Anyway, how do you know you have gas?quote:example if you take apple fruit and do not exercise that can cause you gas immediatly due to indigestion.