Episode 13 – You’re Not Fat… You’re Bloated!
Are you one of the millions of people who struggle with getting rid of “belly fat”? What if the probably isn’t that you’re fat but that you’re bloated? On this episode we (Dr. George Burroughs and BetyLou Pierce) discuss what to do when you’re not fat… you’re bloated.
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Episode 13 - You’re Not Fat… You’re Bloated!
Millions of people struggle with “belly fat”.
But what if your belly really isn’t fat… it’s bloated?
On this episode, we (Dr. George Burroughs and BetyLou Pierce) share what YOU can do to identify - and eliminate - a bloated stomach.
Step one is to realize that a bloated stomach is one that is filled with undigested food. That is, the food you eat is getting into the stomach but isn’t being properly broken down.
Food that is not being broken down (digested) will lay in the stomach and rot… resulting in bloating, gas and excess acid. Left there long enough it will cause your stomach to swell and cause acid reflux.
Taking medication for the swelling or reflux may provide temporary relief… but it WON’T fix the problem! If anything, over time, it will make the problem worse!
So, what’s the solution?
First, you’re going to have to make changes in your diet. Any food you eat that causes your stomach to be upset is simply not good for you.
At least not for now. (You may be able to eat it again later)
Second, you may want to look into taking a digestive enzyme.
Digestive enzymes help the body break down food in the stomach. Without them you won’t be able to properly digest your food.
Different types of digestive enzymes break down different types of foods. That is, there are digestive enzymes that break down protein, digestive enzymes that break down fats, and digestive enzymes that break down carbohydrates/sugars.
Which one do you need?
Listen to this episode to find out 🙂
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