BLOATING AND STOMACH CRAMPS.

  1. BLOATING AND STOMACH CRAMPS.


    Any one experienced this and any advice for getting rid please.


    Its doing my head in !


  2. Well what are you eating and or using for supplements?

    When does it happen?

    Does it happen everyday when you do one particular thing?

    Need more info in order to help you out man
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by corsaking View Post
    Any one experienced this and any advice for getting rid please.


    Its doing my head in !
    happens anytime I eat 10k+ calories in a sitting haha

    but as mentioned, the impartant factor is finding what caused it... ate something different? more of it? new supp? atrificial sweetners (very often a culprit)? depending what causes it can change how you react... it could be anything from a legit dietary intolerance or allergy to just "too much" of something
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  4. Midol ? ......J/K

    When I get a sour stomach I try a "reset" by using activated charcoal - 1 to 2 servings, note this will turn stool black and hard. This cleans out the stomach and removes any out of balance bacteria. Then I use a cycle of Glutamine + FOS + acidophilus + any natural probiotic like in real yogurt or drinks.

    Stress, is a major component as well.

    As already mentioned an allergy or intolerance - go natural & avoid gmo, look for sources of chemicals in your diet, public drinking water that's treated, spectracides on fruits/veggies, some soaps, shampoo's, deoderants, can all contain toxins to the body.

  5. Following along as Iím suffering from an extended stomach as well. So far I found out:
    1) too many carbs bloats me
    2) any dairy bloats me
    3) whey protein bloats me
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by kenpoengineer View Post
    Following along as I’m suffering from an extended stomach as well. So far I found out:
    1) too many carbs bloats me
    2) any dairy bloats me
    3) whey protein bloats me
    2 and 3 are pretty much the same unless you're using an isolate... whey is dairy-based. Sounds like you have a bit of lactose intolerance.
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  7. Brown rice bloat is terrible for me... basically all carbs bloat me though...
  8. BLOATING AND STOMACH CRAMPS.


    Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    2 and 3 are pretty much the same unless you're using an isolate... whey is dairy-based. Sounds like you have a bit of lactose intolerance.
    Yes, lactose intolerant but whey isolate also bloats me.

    Solutions Iíve tried so far:
    1) Cut our all gluten and wheat
    2) Added probiotics.
    3) tried Betaine HCL
    May I suggest using this app to track your bloodwork tests:
    myBloodTracker for IPhone and IPad
    https://appsto.re/us/vvMndb.i

  9. Quote Originally Posted by kenpoengineer View Post
    Yes, lactose intolerant but whey isolate also bloats me.

    Solutions I’ve tried so far:
    1) Cut our all gluten and wheat
    2) Added probiotics.
    3) tried Betaine HCL
    damn thats a bummer... only a few non-lactose proteins that are any good
    Serious Nutrition Solutions Product Rep - db77 @ seriousnutritionsolutions.com

  10. Overdoing creatine perhaps?
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