All posts in: "Bloating-Flatulence"

  1. Bloating and Flatulence

    Intestinal gas facts. The usual cause of belching is excessive gas in the stomach that comes from swallowed air. However, discomfort in the abdomen for any reason may also cause belching. Therefore, belching does not always indicate the presence of excessive gas in the stomach.

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  2. Lactose

    Lactose is the sugar found in milk. People with lactose intolerance don’t have the ability to digest the sugar in milk. All babies have the enzyme necessary to digest milk sugar (lactase). Humans can digest lactose when they’re young, but many lose this ability as

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  3. Foods That Cause Bloating, Flatulence, and Gas

    While bloating, burping, and flatulence are normal bodily functions – a result of the breakdown process while digesting food, and/or swallowing air – if gas and bloating and gas pains are becoming embarrassing, or interfering with your peace of mind and/or your daily activities, it’s

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  4. Digestive Enzymes

    As you age, reduced digestion can become a greater issue, causing discomforts such as bloating, gas, and indigestion. Unfortunately, eating well doesn’t always solve the problem. Just because you are eating well doesn’t mean that your body is getting the nutrients it needs to thrive.

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  5. Symptoms of Probiotic Imbalance

    When microflora become imbalanced, an incredible variety of symptoms can result. Probiotics have been found to be helpful in easing numerous symptoms and conditions: Abdominal pain Acne, rosacea (chronic) ADD (attention deficit disorder) All allergies All autoimmune diseases Asthma Autism Bad breath Bloating, flatulence, and

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  6. Probiotic Health

    According to the World Health Organization and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, probiotics are “live microorganisms, which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host.” Also referred to as friendly or good bacteria, gut flora, intestinal flora, microflora, and direct fed

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  7. Anti-flatulence Diet Plan

    Adjust Your Fiber Intake. High fiber foods cause gas, so the Mayo Clinic recommends reducing flatulence by experimenting with fiber intake—start low, then keep adding fiber until it results in uncomfortable gas again. High-fiber foods include nutritious beneficial fare, whole grains, beans, and peas. Onions,

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