It could be that at one time you took an antibiotic and killed off the good bacteria in your gut.
Try taking acidophilus every morning and see if that helps.
Also, if you don't have enough enzymes to digest your food, it can cause flatulence. You might try getting an acidophilus/enzyme combination. Or try taking Beano before you eat.
Hope this helps.
I agree with silverfox67 using supplements to help with your digestion and replacing lost good bacteria i.e. taking supplements of acidophilus and adding food enzymes and beano. Attack the root cause of poor digestion.
I addition take ginger capsules and cinnamon capsules,
What is extremely useful is increasing your fibre intake. You can use Psyllium Husk Fibre either in powder or capsule form. Start with a small dosage and gradually increase to the recommended dosage. Also, drink plenty of water. This really helps, give it a try.
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