3 Causes of Bloating and how to help them-heartburn, reflux, nausea, constipation

LOW DIGESTION & LOW STOMACH ACID: Causes bloating in at least 70% of people we work with. How does one know if this is the issue?
Does the bloating happen shortly after a meal? Constipation, bowel irregularity, reflux,
heartburn, nausea, cramping, abdominal pain, or a combination of these are a sign it is option #1.
SOLUTION: Take a high dose of Upper GI Relief for 3 months, which is:
1 to 2 Upper GI Relief capsules at the beginning of a meal for 3 meals a day and another 1 or 2 capsules
at the beginning of heartburn, reflux, nauseas, etc.
It is a lot of capsules, but it works. After 3 months drop to 2 capsules a day. This helps with constipation,
heartburn/reflux, and other stomach issues too!
2️⃣ BACTERIA IMBALANCES: Associated with the slow bloat build up. A person starts out not bloated then slowly becomes bloated throughout the day.
SOLUTION: This is handled with Ultimate Probiotic. This process takes the most time. Start with 1 capsule a day for the first week and move to 2 capsules a day following that.
3️⃣ POOR DIGESTION OF FOOD: The second most common cause of bloating shortly following a meal. When food is poorly digested from a lack of enzymes (for whatever reason) food is then fermented in the gut by bacteria that
cause gas, which causes bloating.
SOLUTION: There are enzymes for FODMAPs (including dairy), fats, proteins, gluten etc. (Bloat & Gas relief/FODMAP enzymes & Digestive Enzymes). There is actually an enzyme that is proven to break down gluten too. The long-term solution for this is enzyme producing probiotics (Ultimate Probiotic).
These issues do combine. In the case of something like bacteria overgrowth or other severe stomach
problems they are connected with all 3 (slow digestion, FODMAP food intolerances, and bacteria
imbalances). In this instance we suggest starting with Options #1 and #3 for 3 months then slowly
introduce Option #2 with 1 probiotic capsule for the first week and then 2 capsules a day going forward.

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