Flatulence Causes and Cures

How to Stop FartingExcessive flatulence can become a real problem in your life affecting your working day, your social time and your personal relationships. I know it used to be an issue for me. To put it really simply, people don’t like being around people that fart too much.

I didn’t want to be one of those people anymore, so I looked into all of the causes of flatulence and then started researching the corresponding flatulence cures.

I found some quick and natural remedies that would usually stop bloating and gas in short time. But it soon became clear that excessive flatulence is really just another symptom of larger problems with digestion and elimination. Problems that often only get worse and begin impacting your overall health and well being, leading to lack of energy, irritability, fatigue and even serious disease. Read more »

Lactose Sensitivity and Why Milk Causes Gas

Why milk causes fartingLactose sensitivity is an extremely common cause of flatulence. A person who is sensitive to the lactose in milk and other dairy products can often experience symptoms such as bloating, intestinal cramps and excessive gas.

Ahead is what causes lactose sensitivity and intolerance, how to know if it’s affecting you, what foods and drinks contain lactose and how to greatly reduces symptoms if you do have milk or one of the many other sources of lactose. Read more »

The Top 10 Vegetables That Cause Gas

Broccoli flatulenceVegetables are an important part of a healthy diet and provide many nutritional benefits. Unfortunately certain vegetables can cause gas and other digestive issues like bloating and intestinal cramps.

If you are having problems with excessive gas that you think might be caused by vegetables, this page lists the 10 most likely culprits and some simple suggestions to help avoid flatulence issues when you eat them. Read more »

Using Fennel Seeds for Gas, Cramps and Bloating

Fennel for flatulenceIn herbal medicine fennel seeds are recognized as a powerful carminative – a herb that assists in expelling gas from your intestinal tract.

Here’s how these powerful little seeds reduce gastrointestinal problems and flatulence, a few potential precautions to be aware of and two ways to use fennel seeds to help prevent or treat intestinal cramps, bloating and embarrassing gas. Read more »

Why Baked Beans Make You Fart and What to Do About It

Gas with baked beansMost people know that baked beans make you fart. But why do they produce so much flatulence? And if you still choose to eat beans, which are actually quite healthy for a canned food, how can you greatly minimize the amount of gas they cause?

How Beans Cause Flatulence

A can of baked beans is a good source of vegetable protein, is low in fat and is quite a good source of minerals like magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, copper, and zinc. Read more »

Where to Buy Fennel Tea Online

Buy fennel herbal teaFennel tea is an exceptional aid to digestion and of great benefit in the treatment of gastrointestinal problems like bloating, stomach cramps, IBS and excessive flatulence.

This page lists where to buy fennel tea, whole fennel seeds, capsules and extracts that are both high in the important volatile oils and at the lowest prices I could find. Read more »

What Is Fennel Tea Good For?

Benefits of fennel teaFennel is an important herb that has been used safely for many thousands of years in Chinese, Indian, Arabian and Western medicines. Aside from its value in cooking as a spice, it has been traditionally used as an aid to digestion and it has many health benefits.

Fennel tea is prepared from crushed or ground mature fennel seeds. These seeds are rich in important volatile oil compounds like anethole, fenchone and estragole, that are believed to be responsible for its antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial/anti-microbial properties.

Here’s just what fennel tea is good for and how it can help with gastrointestinal problems like bloating, IBS and flatulence. Read more »

Ginger Tea Benefits for Better Digestion

How to Make Ginger TeaGinger is a pungent, fiery rhizome with many positive health properties. This article will focus on how ginger tea benefits your digestion, decreases intestinal gas and relieves flatulence problems.

How Ginger Tea Helps Digestion

Ginger in food, or ideally as a strong tea, helps stimulate saliva, bile and gastric juice production to aid in digestion. Read more »