Many reasons for stomach swelling

Any part of the intestine (stomach, any part of small intestine, colon, rectum) can be the cause of swelling.

The reasons for this are incorrect nutrition or poor eating habits, which also result in poor intestinal bacterial strain (microbiome) and many other problems. Antibiotics and many other drugs also weaken the microbiome.

Perhaps the most common cause of swelling is eating fast carbohydrates. Almost all of those who eat them have inflammation in the intestines, without the actual irritable bowel syndrome. IBS makes blood leak into the intestine and the toxic substances of the intestine into the body.

Often the intestine has been sensitized to gluten. There is a lot of gluten in wheat and rye, and food industry uses it a lot as an additive. Hypersensitive, leaking and inflamed stomach and intestines are always swollen.

Milk products often irritate intestines, either because of the lactase enzyme (that chops up milk sugar) or because of the unnatural structure of milk. It has been de-greased, homogenized (breaking down fats) and pasteurized. Milk (Ayrshire and Friesian) also has an oxidizing BCM7 protein that exposes people to many common diseases.

Stomach swelling is undoubtedly caused by hundreds of approved, but in many ways suspicious or harmful additives, the interactions of which are not known.

Lack of exercise, tight clothes and underwear, and belts are clearly disadvantageous to bowel functions and to the vital and super sensitive fluid circulation.

Sitting upright on a swinging saddle chair does not cause any adverse pressure on the abdominal cavity, and does not prevent the intestinal reflex (peristalsis), the ‘supporting movement’ of the stomach muscles, nor the massaging effect of the lungs on stomach. It is also easy to get up from such a chair.

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