Did you know that 38% of all women between the ages of 25 and 65 experience digestive complaints?
If you know me well you know I’m a burper. Super burps. I can’t hold them in, I don’t know when they’re coming. Sometimes loud ones. I don’t mean to be rude, though it offends some people. I don’t know why it is rude to burp. It’s a body function meant to get rid of extra gas. As my late grandfather used to rhyme, “It’s better to belch and feel the shame than stop the belch and feel the pain.”
Yeah, I’ve got some intolerances. I discovered many years ago that when I stopped eating pasta I burped less. I eat pretty cleanly now and the burps mostly come when I’m drinking something carbonated, such as beer. I don’t consume soft drinks.
In November I participated in A. Vogel’s Molkosan® Berry 21 days to a happier tummy, a campaign for bloggers. The timing coincided with The Digestion Sessions, which seemed perfect, and I had the best intentions to follow both.
A. Vogel has often impressed me with their products. They’re the company behind Herbamare seasoning and Echinaforce, which I take when I have a cold. Molkosan Berry is supposed to help get rid of candida too, and candida and I are close.
This post, originally posted here, has moved to my new website, Finding Health & Wellness. Read the rest of 21 days to a happier tummy.