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Suffering from flatulence. Not cured after taking proper diet. What to do?

Hello I am suffering from flatulence particularly in the morning, early evening and especially around bed time. I have tried to change my diet however it doesn t appear to be easing. I have ate bread over this past week however even when I don t eat bread I still get flatuence. I exercise regularly and drink water through out the day. Regards Claire
Asked On : Wed, 27 Jun 2012
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Metabolic process of food produces gas or flatus that will come out of body with the process of intestinal peristalsis.It is a natural physiological activity & happens to every individuals.
Selection of food & time of taking food had changes amout of gas production during Metabolic process.

Just take food before 3 hours of your bed 7 slow walking after taking food avoid taking food that causes gas like potatto,Cereals etc will help more.Thanks
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