Lactose sensitivity is a very common cause of digestive problems. A person who is sensitive to the lactose in milk will often experience symptoms such as bloating, intestinal cramps and excessive gas after consuming dairy products.
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.
Vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet and provide many nutritional benefits. Unfortunately certain vegetables can also cause gas and other digestive issues like belly bloat 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.
Most people know that baked beans make you fart. But why do they produce so much flatulence?
Also, 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?
A common, but still relatively unknown cause of digestive problems is fructose malabsorption. More and more people are becoming aware of the dangers of high fructose corn syrup to their health, but fewer would know that excess fructose can also lead to bloating, intestinal cramps and excessive gas.
Ahead is just what fructose is, why so many people are experiencing fructose malabsorption and a list of both high fructose foods, drinks, sweeteners and fruits and fructose free or low fructose alternatives for better health.
If you want to break an addiction to diet soda the next few pages go beyond the usual ‘just drink more water’ advice and have useful replacements for cola and other sodas, details on caffeine and aspartame withdrawal support, and a step-by-step plan to breaking soda addiction for good.
There are several reasons why eating too fast can be one of the major causes of stomach gas, bloating and flatulence. The most obvious one is poor digestion, but eating too quickly can cause other digestive problems as well.
Digestion is a long series of processes, each with their part to play, each reliant on the one before.
Rushing down our meals misses out on the important first steps of chewing the food thoroughly to break it down to a more usable size and state for the stomach. It also reduces the amount of saliva and its enzymes that are mixed into the food to begin digesting it.
Excessive 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.