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Gassy in evening, takes BM, vitamins, drinks more water, low sugar diet. Reason?

Extreamly gassy in the evening. Eating no meat for 1 year and now no gluten for 3 weeks. Still lots of gas in the evening. Feeling of wanting to take a BM at night. I take a BM every AM at 830 everyday. I take lots of vitamins, I drink lots of water, n liquids during day. Low sugar diet. Have had this feeling for months maybe even years but the gassy ness is worse now over the past 4 + months
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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I have gone through your query and understood your concerns. The symptoms you have mentioned indicates poor digestion. Increased in take of some common food which increased unwanted gas are vegetables like beans,cabbage,sprounts,brocoli and fruits like banana,oranges,peaches,apricots etc. Improper eating habits also leads to the same. Please correct the things if you have one of the above. Thank you.
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