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From: wakSUP (75.74.237.189)
Subject:         Re: gut distension
Date: June 8, 2014 at 7:49 am PST

In Reply to: gut distension posted by Susan on June 7, 2014 at 5:07 pm:

Since you asked if anyone had any ideas, I will tell you my theories.

Liver is clogged, can't handle the amount of toxins being detoxed from cells, so stores them in water accumulated around middle section.

Bad gut flora is still out of balance, causing inflammation around middle area and again retaining water there to dilute the toxins.

Not enough Hcl to properly break down food in stomach, causing overgrowth of systemic candida in the gut, parasite infection and poor digestion which are all initially aggravated by switching to high fiber, high carb/fructose diet, causing inflammation and water retention around middle section.

Electrolytes not properly balanced after suddenly coming off sodium chloride (table salt) laden diet, excess salt is stored in water around middle until it can be properly eliminated.

Good luck as I know from first hand experience this is a tough thing to live with. Also, cellular inflammation from poor diet, toxins, stress, etc. can bloat up the body and I think swimming in salt water has helped me a lot with this, sleeping, getting grounded, probiotics and rebounding.

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