Painful Stomach Gas

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jgecox

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Posted: 15 Aug 2012, 09:10
I don't have a whole lot of weight to lose but I am trying to be healthier and have started a low carb diet. I am eating tons of veggies but it leads to terrible painful stomach gas and bloating. Crying or Very sad I have it normally but not as constant as I have with this diet. Does anyone know a good natural method to stomach gas relief or veggies that don't cause it to start with? Thanks so much.
Miss_Red

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Posted: 15 Aug 2012, 10:31
Certain vegetables are "gassier" than others (cruciferous such as broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage) If you're eating plenty of leafy greens, no cruciferous, and still experiencing bloating, check your water intake (8 8-oz glasses daily, minimum) Are you also eating a lot of artificial sweeteners or Atkins bars? They can cause a great deal of discomfort. If none of this applies, there is a product called Bean-O that works for some when taken before a high-gas meal. There may also be a digestive issue going on that could be checked by a digestive specialist.
jkooche11

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Posted: 15 Aug 2012, 12:18
My trainer is taking probiotics for the same issue. The bacteria and enzymes could be all out of whack. you can read about them here if you like.

http://www.shop.com/jasonandnicole/561800354-p+260.xhtml?vid=214196
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jgecox

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Posted: 15 Aug 2012, 12:54
thanks guys!
msTVL

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Posted: 15 Aug 2012, 13:02
Bean-o - I need to try some myself, since Gallbladder surgery, don't feel as bloated & watching foods still but I know my enzymes are out of whack...
Erie32

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Posted: 15 Aug 2012, 13:51
I had the same issues when I started eating healthier. I called it trapped gas and it was terrible. Over time my body adjusted to the increase in fiber but if I'm having black beans at lunch I won't have yams at dinner, etc. Also, more water will help digestion. You can add fiber as one of your selections on fatsecret. I think they suggest 30 grams for women so you can monitor to see if you are going over that and which foods are higher in fiber than others.
Lindsay6384

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Posted: 15 Aug 2012, 13:54
probiotics were what I needed.
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Trento

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Posted: 15 Aug 2012, 15:56
Have you tried butter? I can't politely say what this does for a body, but it may help.
Lesleag

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Posted: 15 Aug 2012, 22:41
try probiotics, I was just talking to a co worker today about this. Works really well for her.
jgecox

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Posted: 16 Aug 2012, 10:58
I grabbed some probiotics from the co-op last night and took the first one this morning. I don't know how quickly they work but we'll see!
jkooche11

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Posted: 16 Aug 2012, 21:05
Sorry, that link to the enzymes should have been this.
http://www.shop.com/jasonandnicole/561800354-p+260.xhtml?vid=214196
It works best if you copy and paste it.
Jason K.
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Posted: 16 Aug 2012, 21:10
I work with gastroenterologists and they often reccomend probiotics for bloating. align is one they often suggest.
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Posted: 16 Aug 2012, 21:49
I always have problems with gas when I eat a lot of dairy products. Milk products turn into lactic acid and can cause gas. I would also recommend a well balanced diet--moderation in all things is the key. Julie
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Katred12

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Posted: 18 Aug 2012, 17:48
If none of that helps you might cut out gluten for a week or two and see if that helps. It's in a lot things you wouldn't think about- like some soy sauce, so it may be hard at first. But, since you are low carb not too hard.

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fifimagoo

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Posted: 21 Aug 2012, 10:37
Hi,
the best thing I can recommend and thats been around for thousands of year if Kefir....
Probiotics have no where near enough bacteria to help your digestive system.
http://www.seedsofhealth.co.uk/fermenting/kefir.shtml

This is one of many websites....check it out.... Smile
cerobit

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Posted: 21 Aug 2012, 11:34
Keffir is great for your digestive bacteria. Also, greek yogurt is good too. Look for one that has multiple bacteria cultures. I was having problems too after I bumped my fiber to 40-70 grams a day. Started yogurt several times a day and it helped tremendously. Or, maybe it was just my system adjusting.
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ktor313

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Posted: 25 Aug 2012, 09:56
Alkaline powder (to bring down the acid in your stomach) helps me.
msTVL

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Posted: 05 Sep 2012, 15:32
Great tips! Yea what the differences between yogurt, I think I do need probiotic drink (they expensive?) Lately pain not as before gallbladder those were hella sharp pains, but I can tell food lately is not agreeing with me & fast food just bad bad bad... even canned veggies would be better so think thats next step & fruitcups - getting frustrated
msTVL

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Posted: 05 Sep 2012, 15:35
So if improve enzymes will it help to lose weight? and bring metabolism up?



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