Food digestive problems such as Gas, Constipation and Belching do not have to rule your life. In this article I will tell you how to avoid and get rid of these problems forever.
In order to understand how food affects your digestive problems, it is important to understand that your whole digestive system, from entrance to exit, is loaded with bacteria. Most of these bacteria should be “friendly bacteria,” however; every digestive system also consists of unfriendly bacterial that is usually held in check by a healthy digestive system.
Considering the amount of bacteria in your digestive tract, it is no wonder that your body can experience more than enough digestive disorders, infections, and inflammations.
Therefore it is important to avoid foods that create digestive tract problems, which in turn result in stomach gas, constipation and belching.
One of the most predominant digestive problem in our society today is called irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which is the result of all kinds of digestive abuse and stress. IBS causes a huge range of symptoms and can be hard to diagnose, however, it is actually easy to resolve.
Gas can be painful and embarrassing. Of course, everyone has gas, but some people have more than normal because of their food digestive eat the wrong foods.
Gas can be caused by eating:
Too much fiber
Too many carbohydrates
Gas producing vegetables, such as broccoli and cauliflower
For the greatest part, the undigested carbohydrates from these foods ferment and create gas. If you have a lot of gas, cut down on or stay away from these foods.
Constipation is a very common food digestive problem in this America. This is largely due to our fast-food society.
Constipation just leaves you with that “I just don’t feel right” feeling. It can also cause a lot of pain when gas is trapped behind hard stools. These hard stools are caused by insufficient water and fiber.
If you have trouble with constipation, try not relying on laxatives unless directed to do so by your doctor. Laxatives can drain you of good nutrition. Increase your intake of water and fiber. Also eat more fresh fruit and vegetables (both contain liquid and fiber).
Irritable bowel syndrome, also known as IBS, can cause all kinds of food digestive problems. I know by experience.
IBS includes symptoms such as stomach and bowel pain, upset stomach, nausea, and most notable, alternating constipation and diarrhea. Having irritable bowel syndrome can be miserable, but it is not life threatening.
I am able to keep mine under control by eating the right foods, in the right way, at the right times. Doing this is not as complicated as you think. Also I am able to eat foods I enjoy without digestive discomfort.
If you have any of the problems and symptoms above, why not take a comprehensive approach, like I did? An approach that will resolve all food digestive problems in an enjoyable fashion.