Do you often experience bloating and abdominal distension? Here’s why and what to do about it.
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0:05 Bloating causes
1:53 Cellulase and the fermentation process
2:26 Bloating remedies
Today, we’re going to talk about how to get rid of bloating and abdominal distension.
The major source of stomach bloating is microbial fermentation. This is the chemical breakdown of carbohydrates by a microbe. These microbes have the ability to breakdown fiber, whereas the body can’t.
When the microbes breakdown these undigestible fibers, they turn them into some interesting things:
1. SCFA (small-chain fatty acids)
2. Lactic acid
7. Hydrogen sulfide
What you can do to help reduce bloating:
1. Adjust or eliminate your consumption of certain carbs/fiber like:
2. Add a good probiotic
3. Try certain foods to reduce bloating:
4. Take apple cider vinegar or betaine hydrochloride
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Try these bloating remedies and say goodbye to bloating and abdominal distension.