Treatment for Bloating

Keeping a food diary can help you work out how to get rid of bloating by identifying which foods are triggers. Cut out those fizzy drinks, for starters.

Simple lifestyle changes can often ease your symptoms, too. Try eating more slowly and avoiding habits that cause you to swallow air into your stomach, such as drinking through a straw or chewing gum. If you know you’re overweight, losing a few pounds can also help.

Confused about how to stop bloating? Tried everything you can think of?

If you still can’t figure out how to get rid of bloating, it could be time to address the problem at its source: the bacteria lining your large intestine. 

Health and wellness begins with the gut

Everyone is different. You might naturally have a large proportion of bacteria that produce a lot of gas. Or the normal balance of bacteria in your gut may have become unbalanced—perhaps by a poor diet, high sugar levels, stress or antibiotics.

As research continues, increasing amounts of evidence are showing that by increasing levels of beneficial bacteria, such as bifidobacteria in the gut, you can help tip the balance back towards optimal digestive health.

A particularly effective way to help rebalance the gut is by incorporating the latest generation of prebiotic supplements into your diet. These selectively feed and increase the good gut bacteria while supressing the growth of less helpful types.

 

 

 

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