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Banana smoothies and trapped wind.

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BazookaJo
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2004/01/19 13:28:04 (permalink)
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Banana smoothies and trapped wind.

My previous attempts at making banana smoothies have resulted in a drink so chock full of air that I spend the rest of the day with trapped wind so bad it would kill a bull elephant - seriously - It feels like I'm having a heart attack[V].

Is there something I'm missing here? Am I making them too thick? Do I need to let them stand for a few days - what?

Any advice would be most appreciated.

Cheers - Jo.
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    Don_al
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    RE: Banana smoothies and trapped wind. 2004/01/19 14:58:27 (permalink)
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    do you make them using yoghurt becuase this always works for me, but saying that i can't really stand bananas on their own so i always add apples or raspberries or both.
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    BazookaJo
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    RE: Banana smoothies and trapped wind. 2004/01/19 16:59:45 (permalink)
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    Nah, just use 'em to thicken up a protein shake.

    Yoghurt sounds good though, how much do you use, and what's the best stuff for the price?
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    pete66
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    RE: Banana smoothies and trapped wind. 2004/01/19 19:19:56 (permalink)
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    dont make em if they upset u that much, they use to bloat me like crazy, i just stick with choc whey which when i make too thick also bloats me, have the whey then the banana, simple
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