It is common to experience occasional gas and bloating especially when eating known gas producing foods like broccoli and beans. However it is not considered normal to have bloating and experience stomach distention and discomfort on a daily basis and these issues should be addressed. Our gas and bloating protocol focuses on addressing its underlying causes such as improper digestion and possible food sensitivities.
Hypoallergenic Diet Guide provides a detailed chart of foods to include and foods to avoid to help reduce inflammation. Because foods play a large role in the production or excess gas and stomach discomfort, avoiding the commonly allergenic foods may often bring relief.
Digestzymes is a combination of the most important enzymes for digestion of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates.
Similase is a proprietary blend of vegetarian enzymes which provide superior support of carbohydrate, protein, fat and fiber digestion.
Betaine HCl is designed for patients with compromised hydrochloric acid production. It naturally increases stomach acid to help digest foods, specifically protein rich foods. It is perfect for patients who feel heavy after meals or feel animal protein such as steak tends to sit in their stomach after a meal. Not to be used for patients with active ulcers.
GI Revive is a convenient, crystalline powder that easily mixes into any beverage or other functional food powder. It provides therapeutic levels of amino acids and healing herbs to naturally soothe the GI tract and help alleviate gas pain and discomfort while actually improving the health of the digestive system.
Eat a balanced diet and drink 8 glasses of water per day.
You will receive our free hypoallergenic diet guide to follow with purchase of any gas and bloating products.
Digestizymes OR Similase: 1 capsule with each meal
Betaine HCl: 1 capsule with the start of each meal containing protein
GI Revive: 1-2 tsp in shake, a little water or food any time of day
We also have natural antimicrobial/antifungal botanicals that target candida and bacterial overgrowth called dysbiosis which may be a cause of bloating for some individuals. If you feel that you may have candida or a bacterial overgrowth, please contact us to set up a personal consultation so that we can customize a specific protocol for your case.
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