No more stomach bloating and the lovely pregnant look
As you can probably imagine, I get letters from clients
asking about all kinds of "bodily concerns" (symptoms and
Some are quite descriptive :-) --when you're talking about
digestive health, anything is fair game for discussion,
including burping, gas and textures of bowel movements.
But far and away, the biggest concern people write to me
about is bloating.
I'm not talking about a feel of fullness after a big
dinner or the bloating women get with their period.
I'm talking about feeling like you swallowed a basketball.
Having your stomach swollen and hard as a rock. Maybe even
having sharp pain, and needing to unbutton your pants or
skirt just to be able to breathe.
Now THAT'S bloating.
It's terribly uncomfortable and affects everything you do.
You go the bathroom to see if you can have a bowel
movement or release some gas, but nothing happens.
Often, the only clothes that are comfortable are sweats or
And when you're bloated, you just feel "dead sexy."
Now, there are many underlying conditions that can cause
bloating, but one of the most common (and frequently
overlooked) causes is imbalanced intestinal flora.
Here's how it happens:
When the bad bacteria in your intestines have grown out of
control and overcome the beneficial bacteria, your foods
cannot be broken down properly...
Toxins and pathogens in your food are not surrounded and
destroyed like they should be because the good bacteria
that usually do this are outnumbered by the bad.
The lining of your intestines becomes porous (like a
sieve), allowing wastes, toxins and improperly digested
proteins to leak into your abdomen, bloodstream and lymph
And all of this leads to: ROCK HARD STOMACH BLOATING.
About the Author
Sherry Brescia is a natural health researcher, president
of Holistic Blends, Inc. and author of the mega best-
selling Great Taste No Pain Health System.
She has over 20 years experience in the medical research
field, and cured herself from IBS in 1992 by changing her
diet and eating the way she now teaches in her Great Taste
No Pain system.
Sherry has made it her life's mission to help others with
digestive challenges by educating them about the role of
diet in overall health and the importance of an alkaline pH.
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