One of the most annoying things is a bloated, gassy stomach.
I’m sure you know what I mean. In fact, I’m fairly certain that you’ve experienced it yourself multiple times. You’ve just finished eating a good meal. Perhaps there were too many calories. Or you stuffed yourself full of processed carbohydrates that you know your body usually cannot handle well.
And perhaps you’ve been drinking some soft drinks as well…
That’s exactly what your stomach and digestive system need in order to cause you trouble. At least if you’re a somewhat healthy person. Especially if you usually eat low carb or even keto. Using ketones to burn fat is a great way to become ripped. But one of the prices you have to pay is minding yourself when it comes to eating carbohydrates.
And for the record, I’m not talking about slow digestion. If you don’t pass any stools one day that doesn’t necessarily indicate that anything’s wrong. Anyone can have these slow digestion periods. Herein, I mean the physical outer changes that occur.
I mean that you get so bloated that it seems you’re fatter than you really are and you overall do not feel well.
And, the gas production side of things.
You have so much gas inside your stomach that needs to be released through your butt.
In other words you have to fart really bad.
If you’re by yourself it’s just an annoyance. It means you have to use the restroom frequently or make sure that nobody’s around when you’re releasing the pressure. It’s a normal thing to do though. That doesn’t make it feel any more comfortable.
But what about if you’re out travelling? Stuck on an airplane or in a train?
You can probably imagine it yourself. You try your best to hold it in, but sooner or later it just has to get out somehow. And there are passengers around you. You’re literally in the middle of your travelling path and your fellow passengers are asleep.
So you either have to wake them up by gently pushing them. Or, you’ll have to let it go and take the risk that nobody either notices or cares.
It ain’t easy.
Fortunately there are solutions.
Some of them, I forget which brand (and obviously I won’t advertise for any brand that I haven’t used myself), contains over 50 BILLION (yeah that’s right) bacteria cultures that help you support your digestion.
Meaning that if gas production continues to be a problem and you have to eat whatever kind of bad foods that cause such production, this might be a solution. Now you may be thinking that you can just change your diet. But reality doesn’t always work like that. Imagine you take clients out for lunch and there is no low-carb meal on the menu. Or you’re visiting a friend and they serve you stuff you really shouldn’t eat.
It’s all about being socially polite and rather use what you can get your hands on to curb the consequences.
It’s almost like cheating in a way.
If you are into supplements you know where to get them. They’re literally omnipresent. Just go to Amazon or some such place and there’s a sea of them there.
So, what are you waiting for?