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Health benefits, nutritional information, preventing diseases and increasing your nutrient intake for better health naturally.

Improving Your Digestion for Less Intestinal Gas & Bloating

Improving-Your-DigestionIn this article:

  • Why effective digestion is such a vital part of good health and disease prevention.
  • How to tell if your stomach acid is low and ways to improve it for better protein digestion.
  • The importance of your digestive enzymes and when you may need to supplement them.
  • What to look for in a good digestive enzyme supplement and how to take them to prevent gastrointestinal problems.

Better Digestion Leads to Better Health

How well you digest the food you eat will have a significant impact on the level of health and energy you experience each day.

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Smart Food Swaps for Better Digestive Health

Better Food Choices for Digestion ProblemsIn this article:

  • Why it’s important to give your digestive tract a break from gas forming foods.
  • Smart food swaps you can make for better health and digestion.
  • A popular style of eating that automatically avoids the majority of foods that cause bloating and excessive gas.

Giving Your Digestive System Time to Heal

The previous articles on beans and legumes, gas causing vegetables, dairy products, high fructose foods, sugar alcohols, and fructan and gluten rich grains cover some of the most common causes of digestive problems.

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Fennel Tea Gas and Bloating Remedy

Fennel Tea Remedy of Flatulence

In this article:

  • Why fennel tea is so effective at relieving bloating and preventing flatulence.
  • The best way to make fennel tea.
  • How use fennel tea to release trapped intestinal gas in under 5 minutes.
  • Where to find medicinal strength fennel tea online.

Why Fennel Tea Works for Bloating and Flatulence

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Ginger Tea Gas and Bloating Remedy

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In this article:

  • How ginger tea enhances digestion and reduces bloating and flatulence.
  • A simple and inexpensive way to make fresh ginger tea at home.
  • How use ginger tea to treat bloating, intestinal cramps and flatulence, or use it to stop them ever becoming an issue in the first place.
  • Where to find strong ginger tea online.

How Ginger Tea Improves Digestion and Prevents Bloating and Flatulence

Ginger is a potent herbal remedy for a variety of ailments. It has a particularly beneficial effect on your digestive system and, made into a strong tea, can be used to treat stomach bloat, abdominal pain and flatulence.

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Dairy Sensitivity & Why Most People Have It

Lactose and Dairy Sensitivity & Why Most People Have It

In this article:

  • Why so many people are sensitive to the sugar found in milk.
  • How dairy products with their lactose cause digestive problems.
  • The many foods and drinks that contain lactose and lactose free alternatives.
  • How you can enjoy dairy products without the bloating and flatulence.

What Is Dairy Sensitivity?

Being sensitive to dairy and experiencing symptoms like bloating, intestinal cramps and bad gas usually starts with lactose.

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Vegetables that Cause Bloating & Low Gas Alternatives

Gassy Vegetables & Non Gassy Veges

In this article:

  • Why certain vegetables feed intestinal bacteria and cause digestive problems.
  • The worst vegetables for bloating and flatulence and low gas alternatives.
  • 3 ways to reduce intestinal gas and still enjoy healthy vegetables.

Why Do Vegetables Cause Gas

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

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Why Beans Cause Gas and the Simple Solution

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In this article:

  • Why an indigestible carbohydrate in beans and legumes causes excessive gas.
  • How to prepare beans, chickpeas, lentils and other legumes in a way that reduces flatulence problems.
  • How to use a special digestive enzyme to enjoy beans without the gassy after effects.

Why Beans Give You Gas

Beans, and other legumes like chickpeas, lentils and soybeans, are high in soluble fiber, which is considered beneficial for digestion. Unfortunately, it’s this soluble fiber that is also central to why they cause so much gas when you eat them.

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How Grains with Gluten & Fructans Can Damage Your Digestion

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In this article:

  • Why grain foods like wheat can irritate the intestinal lining and cause digestive problems for a growing number of people.
  • Which foods contain the most gluten and a list of gluten free alternatives.
  • How to do a 2 day grain free test to reduce gastrointestinal issues and improve your energy levels and mental focus.

Grain Foods and Digestive Problems

Grains like wheat, barley and rye contain two problematic substances for anyone experiencing gastrointestinal issues like bloating, abdominal pain, intestinal cramps, diarrhea, constipation and excessive gas.

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Digestive Problems with Sugar Alcohol Sweeteners & Fruits with Sugar Alcohols

Digestion-Problems-with-Sugar-AlcoholsIn this article:

  • Why sugar alcohol sweeteners cause digestive problems and excessive gas.
  • Which fruits contain the highest levels of sugar alcohols.
  • How to limit gas causing sugar alcohols and a much healthier sweetener.

Sugar Alcohol Sweeteners

Artificially created sugar alcohol sweeteners, like sorbitol, erythritol, isomalt, lactitol, mannitol and maltitol deserve special mention as premier intestinal gas promoters. These sweeteners are combinations of sugar and alcohol molecules that are poorly broken down during digestion.

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How High Fructose Foods & Drinks Cause Digestive Problems

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In this article:

  • Why a common sugar in your diet feeds intestinal bacteria.
  • How fructose causes bloating, intestinal distress and lots of flatulence.
  • What are the highest sources of fructose in your diet from fruits, sweeteners, processed foods and drinks with alternatives.
  • How to cut back on fructose, improve your intestinal health and reduce your risk of obesity and many diseases.

What is Fructose?

Many fruits and most sweeteners contain high levels of fructose. This simple sugar is usually absorbed in moderate amounts in your upper intestine. The problem with fructose is that the now common processed food diet contains far too much of it.

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Why Swallowing Air Causes Bloating & How to Stop It

 Swallowing Air Bloating PreventionIn this article:

  • Why swallowed air is a common cause of bloating.
  • What causes you to swallow too much air.
  • How to stop swallowing air and eliminate it as a reason for bloating.

How Swallowing Air Causes Bloating

One possible cause of bloating and upper intestinal gas is swallowed air. It’s normal to swallow small amounts of air when drinking, eating and swallowing saliva, but in some people the amounts become large enough to cause problems.

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The Top 6 Pumpkin Seed Health Benefits


Pumpkin Seeds Health BenefitsDeep green and delicious, pumpkin seeds are a nutrient rich snack that offers many benefits for better health.

Here’s 6 reasons why pumpkin seeds are so good for you, including preventing hair loss and prostate enlargement, kidney stones and bladder problems, treating arthritis and improving your skin.

These benefits of pumpkin seeds also include high levels of nutrition and the end of this article has the best Styrian and USA grown, raw and organic pumpkin seeds I’ve found if you’d like to start including them in your diet.

Pumpkin Seeds for Hair Loss

Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is an important male hormone but excessive amounts circulating in the body can cause problems, particularly later in life for men. High levels of DHT are implicated in both hair loss, resulting in male pattern baldness, and an enlarged prostate, also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia.

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