how to reduce flatulence naturally – gas relief home remedy

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Experiencing flatulence regularly is a painful and embarrassing problem. You not only have to face the public anxiety that stomach gas aroused suddenly, but also suffer a series of unexpected serious discomforts involved with bloating, belching, and gas. And factors of flatulence could range from bad food combinations to chronic diseases.

After watching this presentation, you will better understand what probably cause your flatulence symptoms, and learn to take full advantage of natural remedies to relieve them.

Reasons of stomach gas:
We all know well what flatulence means, but we seldom think of its causes. Research showed that tens of common disorders could be the underlying reasons for flatulence, and most of these disorders are associated with the gut. Here takes several typical disorders as examples, such as food allergies, IBS, cystic fibrosis, esophageal problems, endometriosis, and malabsorption.

Even though you are sure that your flatulence is irrelevant to serious disorders, the conditions below might also make you have gas:
(1) Excessive fiber intake.
(2) Lactose intolerance.
(3) Excessive intake of legumes (e.g. beans, lentils, and peas).
(4) Not being able to digest after eating fatty foods.
(5) Diary products which you become allergic to or are not able digest.
(6) Fruit sugars.
(7) Incompatible food combining.
(8) Carbonated beverages.
(9) Gut fermentation.
(10) Carbs with sugar and refined sugars.
(11) Bacterial, fungal, and yeast infections (e.g. Candida).
Even for a lot of food which is usually treated as healthy choices (e.g. bananas, prunes, raisins, apricots, and apples), they may cause your flatulence due to too many natural sugars. Sometimes, certain vegetables are also recommended to be avoided, such as radishes, onions, cabbage, carrots, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts..

But if you simply choose to thoroughly avoid anything suspicious (especially those nutritious vegetables), you will miss certain valuable nutrients and vitamins. Rather than just treating symptoms, a better approach is to heal flatulence from the root. If the cause comes from your nut, you also need a specific solution for the gut.

However, the tips below might help you deal with excessive flatulence naturally:
(1) Increase healthy bacteria in gut to reduce stomach gas:
The human digestive tract is known as a complex ecosystem that is populated by yeast and bacteria. When you are in good health status, the helpful yeast and bacteria thrive, helping the ecosystem promote the digestion, boost the immunity, and produce vitamins; currently, the prescription drugs, chronic stress and so-called American standard diet tend to throw the inner ecosystem off balance; once this ecosystem becomes imbalanced, disease-causing pathogenic bacteria and yeast will start to thrive.
Then the digestive system will be taken over by them, and even the blood stream and other organs could be affected too. For example, in addition to belching, bloating and gas, they may also make a suffer feel tired, turn the blood more acidic, and aggravate chronic diseases.
(2) The anti-gas protocol of body ecology:
The ways below might help you avoid or relieve bloating, belching, and gas.
Get rid of sugar and reduce sugary fruits:
On your body ecology foods list, it is recommended to eat more sour fruits that contain acid, such as limes, black currants, pomegranates, lemons, and cranberries. These fruits’ juices are all tart and theirs’ contents do not include much sugar that could cause gassiness.
Introduce fiber foods slowly:
The sudden intake of too much fiber from grains and vegetables may make the body respond with stomach gas.
Keep away from carbonated sodas.
Re-consider food combining:
Basically, the body digests starches and proteins in different ways; therefore it is better to avoid eating them at the same time.
Prefer buying cultured vegetables:
Fermented drinks and foods are fundamental elements of the human body ecosystem. And you might have missed the delicious and simple way to produce probiotics to help with gas – cultured vegetables that are fermented with healthy bacteria.
Eat peppermint oil:
When you can not control the bloating and gas, you might as well try peppermint oil. Whatever causes your gas (e.g. stress, travel, and strange foods), mix the peppermint oil with carrier oils (you could use common unrefined oils, such as an oil of almond, and even a warm oil of coconut.), then rub some drops over your stomach for a quick relief; because peppermint oil is a natural anti-spasmodic which could soothe the abdomen, therefore it is a remedy for IBS cramps.

Surely, almost everyone can experience flatulence occasionally, but ultimately, bloating and gas represent certain signals, telling you that there might be something wrong with your body.
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