2nd October 2019

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Can chewing gum give you gas?

When you chew gum, you swallow more often and some of what you're swallowing is air. In addition, artificial sweeteners, such as sorbitol that is found in some gums, can give you gas. Most people produce between a pint and a half-gallon of gas each day. Some people suffer from bloating caused by gas.

Also to know is, can chewing gum make you lose weight?

Weight Loss Benefits of Chewing Gum. Research from the University of Rhode Island showed that people who chewed gum consumed 68 fewer calories at lunch and did not compensate by eating more later in the day. Chewing gum also helped the study participants satisfy their cravings and resist fattening treats.
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