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M Costello

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Posted: 09 Apr 2013, 03:09
I have lost 13 lb in weight 15lb to loose to reach my goal. But I still have a bloated tummy, I am doing the walk,jog run challenge to motivate my exercise so am active for part of my day. Any ideas as to how to improve this tummy of mine, I was thinking of swimming once a week. Would be great to hear from you guys re this. There is not much on offer on exercise groups here unfortunately so anything would have to be done by myself at home or in the gardenSad

Thank you all in advance and anticipation Smile
MaureenCostello
Sally L

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Posted: 09 Apr 2013, 03:39
I have found that I need digestive enzymes. I use the ones from www.drnewtons.com. They are phenomenal. Also you know me, adequate water. And if you have a sensitivity it can make you bloated. Wheat does that to me I am finding. Do you notice the bloating after certain foods are ingested? Stress can also cause instant bloating. Exercise helps keep things more regular and adequate fiber. You are increasing the fruits and vegs., so that is great! I love Shawn T's Ab program for toning. It does work. I can't do it with my bad back from work anymore, but if you can it is great!
M Costello

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Posted: 09 Apr 2013, 03:45
Thanks Sally, I do have intolerance that is why I do not eat bread but there could be other foods too. I am now drinking 3 liters of water a day and having to go to the toilet more frequentlySmile Where can I find the abs program remember I live in rural France though Smile Thanks again Sally
MaureenCostello
NCNOLE

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Posted: 09 Apr 2013, 06:08
If you google bloated stomach, you will find some useful information.
Gum, sugar free candy, using straws, gasey foods, too much fiber - can all contribute to bloat.

I recently cut out sugar free gum because I became obsessed with it (was chewing it to alleviate anxiety and to prevent myself from snacking too much). My stomach is so much happier Smile
Sally L

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Posted: 09 Apr 2013, 08:17
I forgot about the sugar free gum and sugar free products even soda (gasey as NCNole says)! They are hard to digest that is why. I did not know about straws, but I guess you introduce air into your system that way.
M Costello

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Posted: 09 Apr 2013, 09:22
thanks NCNOLE and Sally I will try google as well Smile
MaureenCostello
Marie Porter

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Posted: 09 Apr 2013, 13:13
Because of my age I am also fighting the upper tummy and bloating. I have started using Oil of Oregano drops (taste terrible) so use in a juice shot and follow with lots of water. You may want to research it. I am finding it gives me energy, cuts down on appetite and helps with the gas and bloating.
M Costello

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Posted: 10 Apr 2013, 13:07
Thank you Marie I will research this Smile
MaureenCostello
Sunshine6442

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Posted: 12 Apr 2013, 08:21
Too much sodium and not enough water intake can cause bloat. Diabetes and thyroid disorders can also cause stomach bloating and upset. Too many Carbohydrates can cause gas & bloating and Sugar Free foods cause bloat and specially soda.

Eat Rye bread with seeds..eases constipation because of the fiber...DRINK SOME CHAMOLIE TEA this herb has can help prevent the onset of gas symptoms and stomach cramps

Sugar and wheat cause bloat...Fage 0% Plain Yogurt is a good probiotic for bloat and gassiness add berries to sweeten.
Yes digestive enzymes help relieve bloat, however eat more protein as protein can act like a natural diruetic add fruits and veggies to your diet because they are great in providing constipation relief for one main reason ...the fiber
M Costello

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Posted: 12 Apr 2013, 13:44
That is a lot of info to take in, my intake of water is up now so that is good. Can not find rye bread here and try not to eat any bread as this does cause most of my bloating, will try a probiotic yogurt and defo the tea and will try to remember about the protein and carbs. Thank you Sunshine Smile
MaureenCostello
Granmamma

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Posted: 16 Apr 2013, 14:49
stopped smoking .. bloating is my middle name .. eat the sugar free candy suck on the straws. . chew the surar free gum .. gain Weight any way.. carbs, what those crabs bad now .. drink at least 70 OZ of water a day .. HELP .. what to do .. i do have Chobanin Yogurt plain 0% .. . everyday .. maybe i shoud switch ..?? to the Fage
jeffsgrl44

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Posted: 16 Apr 2013, 15:17
Stop chewing the sugar free gum. It's a horrible cause of bloat. Try a probiotic in a pill form. That's what my gastroenterolist told me, as you would have to eat five cups of yogurt a day for it to help. Hope this helps. Smile
eKatherine

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Posted: 16 Apr 2013, 15:54
Dairy is another cause of bloat.
M Costello

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Posted: 17 Apr 2013, 05:46
Oh Grandmamma I do hope these suggestions can help you, I have cut back on the gum rarely have it now and stopped everything else but as yet have not gone to probiotic yogurt might visit the health store here and ask about the pill for now though. You are all so full of good information and I would like to thank you all. Oh and stick with it Grandmamma Smile
MaureenCostello
hdn

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Posted: 17 Apr 2013, 07:28
Hello all, I'm on Adkins induction phase and it's working great..except the bloated tummy. I'm seeing a lot of good tips here, thanks!
Sally L

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Posted: 17 Apr 2013, 07:37
Why does wheat cause bloat? I have been thinking I have a sensitivity, but maybe it bloats everyone? Is it hard to digest?
Granmamma

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Posted: 17 Apr 2013, 08:38
thanks all ..My sister is a firm believer of the Probiotics ...... i will have to try this .. ..using the gum and sugar free candies so that I DONT smoke .. .. LOL .. . there is a fellow in my office who is on the Adkins .. he did very well with it .. .. lost a lot of weight .. i dont hear him speak of bloated tummy .. / but some ppl dont vent out .. .. yall have been helpful .. hope to stay in touch .. thank you . i will let you know on how i am doing on the probiotic .. is there a special one taht you guys prefer ..?? thanks
Granmamma

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Posted: 17 Apr 2013, 08:39
oh one more thing .. what do yall think about that Isagenix 30 day Cleanse ..?? some friends are on this .
Sally L

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Posted: 17 Apr 2013, 09:09
The pharmacist said to make sure the probiotic is refrigerated.
M Costello

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Posted: 18 Apr 2013, 02:24
Sally some people can have an intolerance to wheat in much the same way as some have a lactose intolerance I have 2 daughters one has the wheat and the other has the lactose intolerance. I cut bread from my diet which improved my tummy for a while, after speaking to all you lovely people and getting some good input I spoke to my daughters who told me about their intolerance From that I think that maybe I too have an intolerance and by reducing and cutting foods over the last month has improved this and that maybe I ate something (possibly pastry or pasta) that caused the bloating to return, I am going to use a wheat free pasta if I include pasta in my diet. Knowledge and understanding is important but I also need to ensure a healthy life. Smile
MaureenCostello



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