How to Get Rid of Bloating & Gas With Common Vitamin
If you’re like most people, bloating can really get you down. Just one look in the mirror and your self-esteem plummets. It normally carries your sex drive with it.
That gassy, full, water-retaining feeling, may make it difficult to sleep, make you hate everything in your closet, and put you in a grumpy mood for days at a time. Why does it happen, and what can you do about it?
First, take a look at the symptoms, and then we will consider some options to help you avoid that dreaded bloat.
1. Too Much Yeast
2. Gluten Intolerance
3. Food Allergy
4. Eating Irregularly
5. Insulin Resistance
So, if you have any of these symptoms, what should you do?
Finding out what’s causing you to bloat will help you find ways to treat it. Changing your diet is usually needed. Making sure you are getting enough Vitamin B is one natural way to treat bloating. No matter if it’s Vitamin B1, B6, or B12.
These are super important when it comes to curing the annoying inflammation that makes us feel swollen and enlarged.
Vitamin B1 assists in digestion. It breaks down carbs in our system and can also help with heart and nerve function.
Vitamin B6 will help with water retention.
Vitamin B12 should be taken by those who don’t eat meat or animal products. It helps keep stomach inflammation in check.
These three B Vitamins are all important for general health, but a deficiency in any one might lead to that puffed-up look that we all try to avoid.
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