I’m the naturopath from New Zealand, but we’re going to talk about belching today. We’ve all… We’ve all done that haven’t we? Preferably not in front of a lot of other people, but belching is not a really nice thing to do. In some countries it’s considered quite okay, apparently. But, belching and candida, let’s talk about that. We know with candida, it can affect the body in many different ways. One of the key things we see with yeast is fermentation. We see yeast consuming different types of foods, in particular sugars and there’s a process for that. They’ll ferment, they’ll create gas, gases will be coming off this process, and that can easily create burping. I’ve seen many people over the year complain about excessive gas and belching through having a yeast problem.
It’s more common though to have flatulence, but it’s surprising how many people burp, and in spite of having a stomach which is free from H pyloris and no stomach infection, I’ve seen people overcome belching when the candida was clear. So if you do suffer from lots of belching and you can’t work out what the hell’s going on, first thing you want to do is test for hyperchlorhydria, or low functioning stomach acid. That’s the first thing I recommend you do. Take some digestive enzymes. Check out the product I made called CanXida Restore, comes in a green… Bottle with a green label. CanXida Restore is very, very good for belching because it contains seven different enzymes, which really help to break the foods down properly. Then it’s also got six probiotics in it, which help to feed those bacteria further down in the gut. CanXida Restore has helped hundreds of people stopping burping and farting quite a lot.
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But if you can’t get a handle on this sort of constant belching, go and see a doctor. Ask for a test. Helicobacter pylori or H/P. H pylori. P-Y-L-O-R-I. It’s a bacterial… little bacteria that’s not that uncommon in the stomach. So that could well be it. And if it’s not that, it comes back negative, request a stool test. Then have a look further afield what’s in the small bowel and the large bowel. Because usually there’s something there, some type of overgrowth, and if you conquer that, belching is gone, unless you’re eating the wrong kind of food. That could be also, eating too fast, not chewing properly, the selection of wrong kind of foods. These all contribute to belching.