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Tagged: bloating

Video: Spontaneous Constipation Relief – Foot Reflexology Tip

August 25th, 2019 | bloating

Video: Spontaneous Constipation Relief – Foot Reflexology Tip Certified Reflexologist Helen Chin Lui specializes working with clients of all ages on various health issues including a variety of digestive problems such as constipation, IBS, Crohn’s disease, slow mobility, gas and bloating, acid reflux, kidney stones. With her skilled hands, Helen knows where to press on […]

Easy Tips to Avoid Bloating

July 16th, 2016 | bloating

Digestion truly begins in the mouth, but also revolves around our mental and emotional states- I’ll touch more in depth about the science behind digestion, digesting food and other aspects surrounding that in Digestion. Here are 10 simple steps anyone can start incorporating into their lifestyle that may help decrease belly bloat! 1. “Chew your […]

10 Common Foods That Contribute To Bloating + 6 Ways To Relieve It

July 28th, 2015 | bloating

People often find that although they’re eating healthily, they continue to suffer from frequent stomach discomfort and ballooning. There’s nothing worse than puffing up after a delicious and healthy meal and ending up feeling like the Michelin Man on steroids. Most gastroenterologists agree that, provided you’re not suffering from a medical condition, the likely cause […]

How to Beat Belly Bloating

June 22nd, 2015 | bloating

Digestion truly begins in the mouth, but also revolves around our mental and emotional states- I’ll touch more in depth about the science behind digestion, digesting food and other aspects surrounding that in Digestion. Here are 10 simple steps anyone can start incorporating into their lifestyle that may help decrease belly bloat! 1. “Chew your […]

Food Intolerance or Food Allergies?

June 21st, 2015 | bloating

Do you have food allergy or food intolerance? Take the quiz This myth buster quiz separates fact from fiction and explains the differences between a food allergy and an intolerance Food allergy or food intolerance? Around one or two people out of every 100 in the UK have a food allergy, but food intolerance is […]

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