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In these summer months as we eat late and drink into the evenings, we can feel bloated and unable to sleep. Our digestion slows down, and if we consume a large meal late at night and remain sedentary, the food will take longer to digest because we don't need as much energy as when we're awake, leading to food just sitting in the stomach.

What is bloating of the stomach?

Nearly one in seven people have reported experiencing feeling bloated, so how do you know if you are bloated?

It may feel like your stomach is full, swollen, and sometimes tender, leading to discomfort. This feeling is caused by a build-up of pressure inside your stomach, which occurs when there is an excessive amount of gas in the abdomen. Bloating can be due to swallowing too much air, certain foods that are harder to digest, food intolerances, a slowing digestive system, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and the menstrual cycle can play its part.

The probiotic gut support

A formulation that provides seven strains of beneficial bacteria to support your health. Each capsule contains a blend of carefully selected probiotic strains to help maintain a healthy gut flora and optimise digestive function. 


So what can you do?

1. Identify the foods that are problematic for your gut. Keeping notes or a food diary can be useful in this process, doing this allows you to control and empower yourself to manage your bloating. Some common culprits for bloating include carbonated beverages, dairy products, beans, fruits high in fructose, and cruciferous vegetables.

2. Take your time eating. It may sound cliched, but mindful eating can make a significant difference. By focusing on your food and eating slowly without distractions, you can feel more connected to your body and digestive process.

3. Physical exertion every day. Movement should be vigorous, but if it's a sluggish day a good day, a good paced walk!

4. Nurture your gut with good bacteria. Lactobacillus strains —present in yoghurt and fermented vegetables—have been linked to less bloating in people with digestive pain and bowel disorders and reduced gas production.

The solution, a probiotic

We can't necessarily consume the concentration of foods every day to naturally nurture our gut consistently, and that's why we have created a probiotic, with 20 billion strains of good bacteria. In our gut support formulation, we combine these three key strains of bacteria; let's explain them.

Inulin is a soluble dietary fibre that positively affects the gut microbiome. It is thought to help regulate fat metabolism and blood sugar and ease constipation and depression.

Bifidobacteria boosts overall immunity and treat gastrointestinal infections. Ongoing research indicates these strands improve digestion and conditions such as diarrhoea, constipation, and eczema.

Lactobacillus is used to restore balance and maintain gut health. It has also been found that this bacterium helps digest complex carbohydrates and adds more fibre to your bowel movement.