Suggestions for alleviating Gas
Gases are usually caused by: Constipation, slow transit, accumulation of waste in the system. Overeating. Excessive protein and fat retard digestion and cause putrefaction. Drinking fluids with meals dilutes the digestive enzymes. Fast eating without chewing properly. Improper food combinations like combining proteins with complex carbohydrates and fruits with complex carbohydrates Lactose intolerance or the inability to digest milk based sugars. Allergies. Insufficient digestive secretions from the stomach, pancreas, liver, gall bladder, and small intestines hence endocrine imbalance. Carbohydrate indigestion or inability to break down complex sugars and starches. Excess pathogenic bacteria and yeast which feed on undigested food particles. Candida. Chewing Gum. Stress causes shutdown of the alimentary tract. Insufficient exercise therefore lack of tone in the abdominal muscles. Exercise stimulates peristalsis (muscle motion) and circulation in the intestinal tract and digestive organs. Suggestions for Alleviating Gas: Use herbs, charcoal or digestive enzymes. We must remember that charcoal or bentonite will also pull out the good metals and minerals so use with discretion and ask your doctor. Take colon hydrotherapy treatments. Fasting. Avoid complex carbohydrates Massage the abdomen. Exercise with yoga, walking, swimming, breathing exercises, meditation. Take a hot bath. Some natural products for getting out the gas are: Olive oil: it stimulates the production of liver bile. Basil: is an effective remedy for a variety of digestive disorders, including stomach cramps, vomiting, and constipation. Caraway: soothing for gas and other stomach disorders. Aniseed: a tea can relieve digestive disorders and cramps. Garlic: a powerful digestive aid and gas reliever. Celery: has a calming effect of the digestive system, relieving gas and indigestion. Cardamom : a standard ingredient of curry. It stimulates the production of gastric juices, improves metabolism, and even helps relieve gas. Turmeric: It stimulates the flow of bile from the liver, which breaks down dietary fats. It is used to treat stomach disorders, liver- related ailment, protects against gallbladder disease. Dill: remedy for a sour, gassy stomach. Fennel: is used to relieve gas. Ginger: a time-proven remedy for upset stomach, indigestion and cramps. Peppermint: lessens the amount of time food spends in the stomach by stimulating the gastric lining. It also releases the intestinal muscles. It's effective for stomach ache, nausea, vomiting, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Papaya: breaks down protein and relieves indigestion. Parsley: a natural antispasmodic which helps to settle the stomach after a meal. Thyme: comforts the stomach and expels wind. I f you would like additional information regarding our services or to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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Suggestions for alleviating Gas
Gases are usually caused by: Constipation, slow transit, accumulation of waste in the system. Overeating. Excessive protein and fat retard digestion and cause putrefaction. Drinking fluids with meals dilutes the digestive enzymes. Fast eating without chewing properly. Improper food combinations like combining proteins with complex carbohydrates and fruits with complex carbohydrates Lactose intolerance or the inability to digest milk based sugars. Allergies. Insufficient digestive secretions from the stomach, pancreas, liver, gall bladder, and small intestines hence endocrine imbalance. Carbohydrate indigestion or inability to break down complex sugars and starches. Excess pathogenic bacteria and yeast which feed on undigested food particles. Candida. Chewing Gum. Stress causes shutdown of the alimentary tract. Insufficient exercise therefore lack of tone in the abdominal muscles. Exercise stimulates peristalsis (muscle motion) and circulation in the intestinal tract and digestive organs. Suggestions for Alleviating Gas: Use herbs, charcoal or digestive enzymes. We must remember that charcoal or bentonite will also pull out the good metals and minerals so use with discretion and ask your doctor. Take colon hydrotherapy treatments. Fasting. Avoid complex carbohydrates Massage the abdomen. Exercise with yoga, walking, swimming, breathing exercises, meditation. Take a hot bath. Some natural products for getting out the gas are: Olive oil: it stimulates the production of liver bile. Basil: is an effective remedy for a variety of digestive disorders, including stomach cramps, vomiting, and constipation. Caraway: soothing for gas and other stomach disorders. Aniseed: a tea can relieve digestive disorders and cramps. Garlic: a powerful digestive aid and gas reliever. Celery: has a calming effect of the digestive system, relieving gas and indigestion. Cardamom : a standard ingredient of curry. It stimulates the production of gastric juices, improves metabolism, and even helps relieve gas. Turmeric: It stimulates the flow of bile from the liver, which breaks down dietary fats. It is used to treat stomach disorders, liver-related ailment, protects against gallbladder disease. Dill: remedy for a sour, gassy stomach. Fennel: is used to relieve gas. Ginger: a time-proven remedy for upset stomach, indigestion and cramps. Peppermint: lessens the amount of time food spends in the stomach by stimulating the gastric lining. It also releases the intestinal muscles. It's effective for stomach ache, nausea, vomiting, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Papaya: breaks down protein and relieves indigestion. Parsley: a natural antispasmodic which helps to settle the stomach after a meal. Thyme: comforts the stomach and expels wind. I f you would like additional information regarding our services or to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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