Do you Have Bacteria In Your Stomach?

Millions of people around the globe suffer gastrointestinal disorder and are still in search of how to save digressive system from bacterial attack.

Do you have bloating and gas in your stomach? You should keep an eye on the health of your stomach because it is very essential for your body to have healthy stomach.

Gas exists in our body in small intestine and large intestine; our body also produces some gas during digestion process. Some intestinal gas is effective as it helps in digestion and absorbs nutrients in blood stream. If you have healthy inner ecosystem this gas will naturally evacuate your stomach without creating any discomfort. But when gas causes pain, bloating and constipation it becomes really problematic. This is an obvious sign of excessive bacteria growth in your stomach (intestines) or SIBO.

SIBO is a term labeled to define the growth of bacteria in the small intestine. When we swallow food with saliva it goes into the small intestine and large intestine. In small intestine food dissolves into the small substances and healthy nutrient absorbed into the blood via Uvula. The waste goes to the large intestine, were it become the prey of bacteria.

On the other hand people with SIBO are the main prey of bacteria in the small intestine. The bacteria feed on food into small intestine before it completely absorbs its nutrients. It’s puffing leads to pain, bloating and constipation. SIBO can cause swelling that can badly disturb the mucous membrane of the small intestine.

There are lots of medications available to treat this situation. But we will tell you some effective home remedies below in order to get rid of stomach bacteria.

You required grapefruit seeds extract to beat it. Dissolve few drops of it in the glass of water and drink in between meals.

You can also use one spoon of ginger juice after eating you meal.

Use diet which is rich in carbohydrates.

Use lots of Vitamin and minerals in your daily diet

Use peppermint tea as it contains essential oil and menthol. It has an antispasmodic effect which helps to suave digestive muscle.

You need also to avoid certain food like apples, pears, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, onions, milk, cheese and ice cream. These foods include sugar, fiber and sugar that don’t digest easily and resulting  intestinal gas.

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