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General Recommendations

Diet

Occasional gas and bloating can be triggered or worsened by certain foods and beverages such as beans, peas, lentils, cabbage, onions, broccoli, cauliflower, mushrooms, dairy, eggs, beer and carbonated drinks. While it’s recommended that you eliminate or avoid the foods that trigger gas and bloating, digestive enzymes can help neutralize gas and bloating by helping the body break down the problem-causing food.* Having a looser stool may mean that you have a food intolerance, the two most common of which are gluten and dairy. Gluten is the main protein complex found in grain, including wheat, barley, spelt and rye. Many people who have a gluten intolerance also have difficulty digesting casein, a protein found in milk. Both of these proteins can cause uncomfortable symptoms, especially gas and bloating. Intolerance to lactose (milk sugar) is another common dairy intolerance. While the most effective solution to gluten and dairy intolerance is following a gluten-free, dairy free diet, there are often hidden sources of gluten or dairy in foods that lead to discomfort. Digest Spectrum is a special enzyme formula that can help people tolerate lower levels of gluten and casein, as well as other common causes of food intolerance. This formula is not intended for those with Celiac Disease.

Lifestyle

Two easy ways to improve your overall digestion are thoroughly chewing your food and avoiding eating while under stress. Stress can upset our digestion by disrupting digestive secretions and the rhythmic contractions of the intestine that propel food through the digestive tract. Well-known methods of decreasing stress, such as physical exercise, meditation, yoga and tai chi, have been shown to produce significant improvements in digestive function. Getting enough sleep each night is also helpful for improving digestion.