all i seem to do is belching non stop i also have nausea all day long i have seen a doctor and a gi specialist they say there is nothing they can do this has taken over my life for 6 months now i have tried ant acids and i am taking somac i cry everyday i just cant take this anymore can any one plz help me or suggest any thing
Have you tried the elimination diet from Dr. Mark Hyman?
UltraMetabolism is his book.Could you have a severe food allergy?
Check out his information. I found out I can no longer tolerate wheat and soy without severe problems. These two foods are found in so many things that I have to read every food label. It is a major hassle. I hate the fact that I can not eat like other people without problems.
Dr. Hyman's book helped me a lot.
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