Dr. Oz Bloating

Dr. Oz said that bloating is often caused by bad eating habits. If you constantly feel bloated, you should know what are the causes. In your help comes Dr. Oz that with different advices and different remedies that you can take in consideration and use.

Most people that are having problems with bloating usually have an irritable bowel. This is a functional disorder of the stomach and you will be amazed, but it’s the most common disease. In some people cases this disorder is caused by a hypersensitivity of large intestines. If you want to know if you have any disorder that involves bloating, Dr. Oz tells you what is the most common symptom.

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Bloated feeling > 3 months. Consult a doctor

If you felt bloated for at least three months or if you felt abdominal cramping, you should check a doctor. You can also try to follow a diet to temper this disease. I will tell you some things that you have to know about Dr. Oz’s diet that can be used by those people that are feeling bloated very often.

Foods

The first thing that you have to do is to be careful at the foods that you are eating. Excesses can also harm your intestines. If you are often having problems with diarrhea, you may be sensitive to lactose or you may have eaten too much sugar. If you start to eat more fiber that you can find in whole grains, fruits and of course, in vegetables will help you get rid of bloating.

Bloating can also be caused by beans and by vegetables that are part of cabbage’s category. To get rid of bloating you can also start to drink coffee and dark chocolate instead of sweet one. Dr. Oz recommends you to avoid fats that you can get from animals. Another important thing that you should take in consideration is that you have to eat many small meals instead of only 3 ones. Try and eat 5 or 6 times a day.

What can you use against bloating? Peppermint oil can help you to forget about bloating in a very short time, because peppermint is relaxing your stomach. You can also follow a treatment with probiotics. Lactobacillus is only one of the bacteria cultures that are reducing inflammation from your stomach. You can find it in many foods and supplements.

For example, you can find this live bacterium in yogurts. If you are a fan of Chinese remedies, you can use Chinese herbs to get rid of bloating. Dr. Oz recommends them because they are made of natural ingredients. If you didn’t know until now, acupuncture can also solve your problem. After 30 minutes of acupuncture you will feel brand new. These remedies are not involving high costs, so don’t think that you don’t have enough money to get rid of that uncomfortable bloating sensation that you have.

Bloating is one of the most uncomfortable sensations that people can have. If you are having this problem and if you didn’t solve it by using the methods presented above, you should call and make an appointment with a doctor that will make some investigations on you.

2 Comments

  1. Valerie Kyker

    I saw the show today on men with eating disorders. I have a 14 yr old son who has been on vyvanse 20mg for 15 mo. We have seen great results with this
    Rx from his pediatrician. My concern about the vyvanse is that it tends to
    not allow my 14 yr old to gain weight that easily. He really doesn’t like to eat. My husband and I like to cook we eat very healthy. But our son would skip breakfast and lunch on a Saturday if he could and do other things. It’s
    very frustrating. He is 5 ft 5 in. and weighs 100 pds wears a size 16 slim. My husband is 48 yrs old and weighs 160 pds this is the most he has every weighted. I am 5ft 8in and weigh 160 myself. I would like to loose a few but
    neither one of us are extremely obsessed about weight. Just basically eating healthly. It is hard to find any information on boys/teens eating & weight ususally is always for overweight kids. He has not lost any weight since he has started taking this medication. And his pediatrician says he is still gaining weight even though it is 2-3 pds year. To me this seems too small of an amount considering him starting togo thru pruberty. Should we be doing things differently? I dont want my son Ryan to have health issue because of being underweight. He is a very smart kid and loves computers, The Wii games, hiking, plays violin, fencing and were starting tennis this spring. What should I do? or continue the same track we are on and not worry? (He hates any protein flavor shakes, its very hard to find anything he wants to eat! even ice cream! He only like lime & orange sherbert. It just boggles my mind. Help!!

  2. winifred Norman

    Dr. Oz:

    What is the natural remedy to treating GERD

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