Gas IBS - learn how to eliminate the embarrassing gas and bloating caused by Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
How it Starts
Gas is often the result of your daily diet. When a person is inflicted with IBS it is very likely that he/she has developed allergies to certain food products. When you ingest food products that you are allergic to, it can cause histamines to appear in your system which are the allergies that you suffer from such as bloating, gas, pain, etc.
Also, it is often that the food you ingest is not broken-down properly and may reach your small intestines. When this happens the bacteria in your intestines will be in reach with the unbroken food and produce an abundance of gas.
When this occurs, it is difficult to minimize the amount of gas that is produced. The key is being able to prevent this before it even happens. Gas can disrupt the body in more ways than anyone can feel comfortable with. Stomach pains, flatulence, embarrassment of gut noises, belching, unpleasant smells, are just a few of the possible problems of bodily gas.
I would recommend that you maintain a healthy diet and understand the food products that you are allergic to. It is important to listen to your body and avoid all foods that causes a reaction in your body.
It is also just as important to include digestive supplements in your diet. It will help to break down the food that you eat and prevent any unbroken food from reaching your small intestines.
See the diet and digestive enzyme sections for more information.
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