Painful bloating?


If you’re reading this, the chances are, you have H-Pylori.

And bloating is making your life hell.

The main reasons you feel bloated are:

Inflammation in your digestive system caused by a common food, like gluten, cow’s milk, soy and sugar.

An overgrowth of bad bugs in your stomach and intestine: H. pylori, Candida and parasites can all cause bloating.

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) can cause a lot of bloating and irritation.

When bad bugs overgrow in your gut, they cause fermentation; a natural product of fermentation is gas; when you have gas in your system, you become bloated.

Sugar, processed carbohydrate, fruit juices and other sugar foods exacerbate this problem too.

Low stomach acid levels. Undigested food provides a great source of nutrients for bugs in your gut, so they overgrow and cause even more fermentation, gas and bloating.

In nearly every cases of bloating – and I’ve worked with hundreds – some combination of the above six factors has been the culprit.

So you see, it’s really easy to get rid of your bloating once you know why you have it in the first place.


Beat bloating the easy way

Step One – Food!

The first step is to get rid of foods that cause inflammation in your gut.

Any time there’s inflammation in your gut, your abdominal muscles shut down and your tummy pops out, making you look 7-months pregnant (in men, too!)

I’m sure you know the feeling. It’s uncomfortable – often painful – and embarrassing. It saps your confidence and makes you want to hide.

Start by chucking out gluten, soy and cow’s milk.

My book teaches you how to do this. You will be amazed at the results.

Step Two – Remove Bad Bugs!

Sometimes, even removing the foods doesn’t work.


Well there are a couple of reasons.

You may have bad bugs living in your gut, and when you eat food, these bad bugs have a party.

Many of them ferment the foods you eat, making your gut fizzy, gassy and bloated.

Bacteria like H. pylori, C. difficile, E. coli, Salmonella and other usual suspects, yeast and fungi such as Candida and parasites of all sizes, shapes and colours can be real nuisances.

These little critters set your gut on fire, they eat your food and make your tummy extend out like a balloon.

Step Three – Replace the Good Stuff!

If you don’t have enough stomach acid or digestive enzymes, you won’t digest your food properly.

The bugs love this – the less you digest, the more there is for them to eat and that can only mean three things: inflammation, gas and bloating.

Can you find out whether you have low acid and enzyme levels? Absolutely – a good stool test will give you this info, as well as finding the bad bugs.

“Good bugs” are also really important – they keep the bad bugs away, support digestion, cut down inflammation and generally keep your gut healthy.

If they’ve been knocked out by antibiotic treatments, drinking alcohol or eating a poor quality diet, their absence can allow bad bugs in, stop you digesting food, and make your tummy explode.

A good stool test will also tell you about your “good bug” population.

Beating bloating the easy way

1. Remove bad foods – my book teaches you how to do this, whether you have H. pylori or not

2. Remove bad bugs

3. Replace good bugs, enzymes and stomach acid

If you want to know what bad bugs you have, which good bugs are missing, and whether your acid and enzyme levels are in balance, order a stool test.