Bloating and Flatulence - Unmentionable Symptoms

Definition, Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

 

How food toxins causes flatulence

When you eat foods containing toxins, instead of producing small amounts of the harmless and odourless gases as with normal digestion, the intestine begins producing toxic and smelly sulphides and mercaptans - sulphur bearing gases. The sulphur comes from the foreign proteins.

Often these are produced under higher temperatures and pressures than our gut can easily manage and we feel ill with the bloating and pain.

Other conditions associated with flatulence:

    • Constipation
    • Anal inflammation
    • Haemorrhoids
    • Diarrhea
    • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    • Anaemia
    • Nutrient malabsorption
    • Depression

Why would you keep on suffering with this debilitating condition - when there is such an easy solution? A low toxin diet is a simple solution - for this and many other ailments. 

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What is the Definition of Bloating and Flatulence?

Bloated stomach and flatulence are common. 

DEFINITION: Flatulence is the production of excess and unusual gases in the abdomen or digestive tract. These gases are produced when the body is unable to digest certain food components - especiallly food toxins. 

Excess gases exert undue pressure in the intestine causing pain - and swelling (distension) or stomach bloating.

As the gases are semi-digested byproducts of an incomplete reaction they are often malodourous and even toxic. After appearing and causing such pain and discomfort - the gases move through the entire length of the gut -(with difficulty and straining) - for elimination - as flatulence.

These symptoms are typical of bad reactions to FOOD TOXINS. 

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Which symptoms are associated with bloating and flatulence?

Associated symptoms

There can be many symptoms which arise with - or as a consequence of bloating and flatulence.

 

What is the treatment for bloating and flatulence?

How do you treat bloated Stomach and latulence?

 

Some people choose to use medications . . . but you will need to keep using them for the long term.

We beleive the best strategy for bloated stomach and flatulence is to discover the source - and avoid it. Scientists now say fod toxins are implicated in the digestive problems associated with flatulence... and a low toxin diet is a good solution.

 

 

Is there a cure for stomach bloating and flatulence?

What is the cure for bloating and flatulence?

The cure for flatulence and stomach bloating is to avoid those foods which cause them.

Your response to food toxins is genetic. In fact most humans have poor reactions to food toxins - without ever realising this is what causes their issues.  We cannot change our genes. But we can choose to eat foods that are appropriate for our systems - and are easily digested.

 

Bloated stomach is not normal

No -  a bloated stomach is NOT normal. But it is a precious warning sign that you react poorly to FOOD TOXINS.

Why not heed the signal?

Previously we talked about 'food intolerance' . . . the 'inability to fully digest certain food proteins'. Incomplete digestion leads to other problems: flatulence, stomach pain - even diarrhoea and/or constipation. Now it is referred to as the action of food toxins.

Over time it can develop into Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), anaemia, loss of nutrients (malabsorption), dehydration - even osteoporosis.

However - your stomach bloating is a useful signal that you need to do something. The most common culprits are food toxins like gliadins, lactose, casein, alklaoids, saponins and others. 

Don't worry! You do not need to know about each of these chemicals. But wouldn't you like to be free of the pain, distress and embarrassment?

We recommend a low toxin diet.

 

 

RESEARCH & REFERENCES

All foodintol® information is based on research from peer-reviewed medical journals