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The most important thing to remember is to avoid foods with gluten and read food labels closely for hidden sources of gluten. Many gluten-free products are available in natural foods stores and even in mainstream supermarkets. Good choices for gluten replacements are amaranth, quinoa, and rice, including brown, red, black and wild rice.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.*


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.