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Bloating sucks – especially when it happens after even the healthiest foods! For those with chronic gut issues, bloating and gas can actually increase when we start incorporating more fiber-rich veggies (beans & broccoli, we want to love you). We’ve all been there and have likely tried a handful of bloat supplements to no avail. That’s where Bloat BFF comes in: a SIBO-safe formula for the most sensitive stomachs, designed to give you relief fast.
Turns out that many things can cause bloating: maldigestion of carbs or protein, SIBO, slowed gut motility, medications, and certain foods (hi beans, cabbage, dairy). The worst part? Most bloat supplements usually only target one of these reasons, which may or may not be the one you struggle with. Our comprehensive approach to bloat combines our fave digestive herbs, punchy enzymes and a targeted SIBO-safe probiotic strain to relieve those annoying, and often embarrassing, symptoms both in the moment and with continued use. Praise.
It’s easy. Just take one capsule with meals as needed. And if you know you’re going to be indulging in some hard-to-digest foods (like that loaded chili with sour cream your uncle always makes for family BBQs), we’ve got you covered. Throw a few of these in your purse and your bod will thank you later.
Digestive herbs & kitchen medicine – Ginger is a carminative herb which means it fires up digestion and helps to relieve gas and bloating. Pineapple is lauded for its bromelain, a naturally occurring enzyme that both reduces gut inflammation and helps us to digest protein, specifically. Papaya is the darling of the digestion world at this point. And with good reason! It contains papain, an enzyme that aids in protein digestion and can ease constipation. Not to mention all of these herbal allies are packed with flavonoids, fiber, and antioxidants – the icing on the top of this ~bloat friendly~ cake.
Enzymes - These are absolute game changers for digestion, as they literally break down compounds into smaller particles using water (or hydrolyze). Alpha Galactosidase helps us to hydrolyze carbs while Beta Galactosidase helps us to hydrolyze lactose. We’re not, not, saying eat that ice cream…
Spore-Based Probiotic - BS50 Bacillus Subtilis is not your average probiotic strain. This is a spore-based strain meaning it is derived from the earth’s very own microbiome (soil) and is known to survive stomach acid on its journey to this digestive tract. Spore-based probiotics reinforce the tight junctions in the stomach lining, ultimately reducing “leaky gut” symptoms like bloating and Gi discomfort. They also take up residence in the gut next to your existing good bugs, helping them thrive and grow to rebalance the microbiome.