Foods to cutback on to Tame a Bloated Stomach

Posted on June 21 2019

Foods to cutback on to Tame a Bloated Stomach

(and if you can’t, we got something for that)

BEER

Dad bod or beer belly?  On a hot day, you can’t help craving a cold one. Aside from the carbonation, which is a main reason that soda causes bloating, beer is made from sources of fermentable carbs like wheat and barley, including yeast. Therefor, beer contains carbon dioxide AKA gas- so it really is in one end and out another.



DAIRY

Milk may not be as healthy as the masses will have you believe. An estimated 75% of people are actually lactose intolerant. According to healthline, lactose, the main carb in dairy products can cause bloating, cramping, and gas. In case you didn’t know there are actually several types of lactose intolerance; it can be caused by aging and a decrease production in the body’s breakdown enzyme, it can also be brought on by illness like celiac disease.

BEANS

Magical fruit indeed. Beans get a bad rap BUT before you suggest taco tuesdays at the office- here’s the deets on why this loud-lending legume might be causing you some unwanted digestion problems. Most beans contain sugars called alpha-galactosides, which belong to a group of carbs called FODMAPs. FODMAPs (fermentable oligo-, di-, mono-saccharides and polyols) are short-chain carbohydrates that escape digestion. The product of this digestive event? You guessed it, gas. Those more prone to these less than scent-friendly symptoms are individuals with ailments like irritable bowel syndrome.

BIOCOL LABS

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A NEW AGE PHARMACY

Most digestive remedies are made of synthetic ingredients that your body may not absorb. Thus, attacking a problem with another problem. A tummy full of beer has enough pending problems so the perfect post-chemical digestion helper is here and it’s not the oatmeal, over the counter wanna-be-vitamin you’re thinking. Biocol labs has been creating doctor- approved, no-BS solutions to the needs of modern life for over 40 years.


SOMETHING® FOR BLOATED TUMS

a plant-based fix made of probiotics, ginger and chloride, that contributes to a normal digestion. It also contains fennel and green anise, which contributes to the normal function of the intestinal tract. Glass ampoules are glass which is broken directly before consumption to reveal the freshest and most potent ingredients.  


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