Gassy? Heres a little advice that may help you!

Everyone knows that uncomfortable feeling when you just have to go… But what about when you don’t and you just feel bloated and feel the cramps coming on? Well here’s a bit of advice that can help you in your day to day schedule that will help you live comfortably again!


Reason # 1: Your eating too much fruit.

Too much fruit. Yes there is such a thing, if you find yourself  having excess gas and bloating after eating fruit or drinking soda, which often contains fructose, this may apply to you. People who are fructose-intolerant do not have to cut out fruit entirely, but rather can eat fruit in small servings, or choose lower-fructose fruits. Such fruits are: cantaloupe and apricots, verses high-fructose fruits like: apples and bananas.



Reason # 2: Your lactose intolerant.

Some people have trouble digesting milk because of sugar lactose that is contained in milk. This happens when the body does not make enough enzymes (lactose) that are needed to breakdown lactose. Lactose that is not completely digested will pass to the colon where it will be broken down and turned into gas. An alternative to cow’s milk is: Soy Milk, Almond Milk, Hemp Milk and Lactiad Milk.
Reason # 3: You’re Eating “Gassy” Foods

Certain foods produce more gas than others, such as vegetables and beans. If you’re sensitive, you may want to limit your intake of gas-producing foods such as:

•Baked beans, lima beans, garbanzo beans and lentils
•Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower
•Grains and fiber•Fatty foods (they slow digestion, giving food more time to ferment)


Reason # 4: You may be allergic to wheat

Be aware that if you notice severe discomfort after eating certain grains, you may be sensitive to wheat or suffering from a condition known as Celiac Disease.

Celiac Disease is a digestive disorder that damages the lining of the small intestine and prevents it from absorbing proper nutrients that we need to stay healthy. Patients who have Celiac Disease cannot tolerate gluten. Gluten is found in: Wheat, rye, barley and oats.
This is why people with digestive disorders including Irritable Bowel Syndrome or Celiac Disease, as well as those with food allergies, often experience gas as a side effect.Treatment for Celiac Disease:A.M.P. Floracel® is an all natural supplement that has been a trusted treatment for individuals suffering from Celiac Disease and many other digestive diseases and disorders. A.M.P. Floracel® has been successfully helping people all over the world since 1996.Although there is no scientific cure for Celiac disease, you can learn to manage it so your symptoms can subside. Being on a gluten-free diet will prevent future damage, stop your symptoms and help heal the damage done to your small intestine. You can not have any gluten at all if you want your body to recover from the trauma that has been caused. In very rare cases even a strict gluten free diet will not help the damage or the symptoms. This attack on the small intestine could be so severe that it can not be repaired. This is called unresponsive Celiac Disease.
By |2013-06-12T17:43:58-05:00June 12th, 2013|Bloating|0 Comments