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  • Bloateze | Relieves Bloating & Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
    The product is a bi layered tablet containing simethicone 50mg and activated carbon 300mg Simethicone acts as a surfactant breaking down gas and wind in the gut and the very fine particles of carbon act as an adsorbant thus reducing gas and toxins in the gut Neither of these ingredients is absorbed systemically which means that Bloateze can be used safely Bloateze is available over the counter from your local

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  • About Bloateze | Why Bloateze might work for you?
    intestine and is released within 60 minutes Bloateze is a non systemic treatment This means that it is not absorbed into your blood stream Want to know more Always read the label ask your pharmacist The product is a bi layered tablet containing simethicone 50mg and activated carbon 300mg Simethicone acts as a surfactant breaking down gas and wind in the gut and the very fine particles of carbon act

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  • Product - Bloateze Tablet | Bloateze relieves bloating & trapped wind
    twice a day after a main meal You can take up to 4 tablets a day The tablets should be taken with a glass of water Want to know more Always read the label ask your pharmacist The product is a bi layered tablet containing simethicone 50mg and activated carbon 300mg Simethicone acts as a surfactant breaking down gas and wind in the gut and the very fine particles of

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  • Media - Bloateze
    carbon 300mg Simethicone acts as a surfactant breaking down gas and wind in the gut and the very fine particles of carbon act as an adsorbant thus reducing gas and toxins in the gut Neither of these ingredients is absorbed systemically which means that Bloateze can be used safely Bloateze is available over the counter from your local pharmacy Phoenix Labs Suite 12 Bunkilla Plaza Bracetown Business Park Clonee Co

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  • Contact Bloateze | Phoenix Labs
    pharmacist The product is a bi layered tablet containing simethicone 50mg and activated carbon 300mg Simethicone acts as a surfactant breaking down gas and wind in the gut and the very fine particles of carbon act as an adsorbant thus reducing gas and toxins in the gut Neither of these ingredients is absorbed systemically which means that Bloateze can be used safely Bloateze is available over the counter from your

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  • Understanding digestive discomfort | Bloateze
    bloating flatulence SWALLOWED AIR EVERY DAY WE SWALLOW AIR THE SWALLOWED AIR IS USUALLY RELEASED THROUGH THE PROCESS OF BURPING OR BELCHING Air can also make its way through your gut to the large intestine or bowel where it is released through the rectum as flatulence CERTAIN FACTORS CAN INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF AIR YOU SWALLOW Chewing gum Eating or drinking too quickly Smoking cigarettes cigars and pipes Poorly fitted dentures Bacterial Breakdown releases gas SOME FOODS ARE POORLY DIGESTED AND ABSORBED BY YOUR BODY These foods mainly sugars and soluble fibre are broken down by bacteria in your intestines The breakdown of these foods by bacteria causes the release of gas This gas is usually hydrogen carbon dioxide and in some cases methane and sulphur THE PRIMARY FOOD SUBSTANCES THOUGHT TO CAUSE INTESTINAL GAS ARE SOLUBLE FIBRE This type of fibre is commonly found in food such as beans lentils certain fruits and vegetables RAFFINOSE is also found in vegetables such as cabbage and Brussel sprouts LACTOSE This sugar is found in milk and other dairy products FRUCTOSE This sugar is found in some fruits and vegetables as well as being a common ingredient in soft drinks SORBITOL Sorbitol is naturally found in many fruits and is an artificial ingredient in many sugar free food items TIPS ADVICE avoid beans cabbage and carbonated beverages Avoid gum chewing Eat slowly Chew your food thoroughly Try to relax while you eat Walk for 10 15 minutes after eating Useful Links Irish Health IBS http www irishhealth com article html id 576 Love your tummy World Gastroenterology Organisation http www loveyourtummy org http www loveyourtummy org tummy types http www loveyourtummy org digestive discomfort World Gastroenterology Organisation IBS http www worldgastroenterology org questions patients ask about ibs html Mayo Clinic http www

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  • How Bloateze Works | Bloateze
    bloodstream It gets to work in your stomach and bowel while passing through your digestive system ACTIVE INGREDIENTS Simethicone Simethicone is called an anti foaming agent it works by breaking up the wind that causes bloating Simethicone is an antiflatulent as it helps to bring up wind or air trapped in the stomach If you experience pain associated with a bloated feeling this may be caused by the build up of small gas bubbles trapped in your stomach The Simethicone in Bloateze helps the little trapped gas bubbles combine into bigger bubbles which can be passed from the body more easily Simethicone is NOT ABSORBED BY THE BODY into the bloodstream and is therefore considered relatively safe Activated Carbon Activated carbon also known as charcoal relieves pressure bloating and gas in the digestive tract or intestines Charcoal has a combination of actions it is an anti flatulent and it also has adsorbent action Charcoal acts as a sponge and absorbs gas odours toxins while breaking up gas bubbles in the gut which makes the gas easier to eliminate from the body LIKE SIMETHICONE CHARCOAL IS NOT ABSORBED INTO THE BLOOD STREAM Always read the label ask your pharmacist The product

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  • Take Control of your IBS - Bloateze | IBS advice and Information
    emptier your stomach is the more sensitive you will be Drink at least eight cups of fluid per day especially water or other non caffeinated drinks for example herbal teas Restrict tea and coffee to three cups per day Avoid ice cold foods and drinks on an empty stomach Cold makes muscles contract and your goal with the IBS diet is to keep your stomach and your intestines as calm as possible When eating limit the amount of water or other fluids you drink as this can inhibit digestion Reduce intake of alcohol and fizzy drinks Avoid chewing gum as it causes you to swallow excess air which can trigger problems Limit fresh fruit to three portions per day People with diarrhoea should avoid sorbitol an artificial sweetener found in sugar free sweets including chewing gum and drinks and in some diabetic and slimming products Reduce intake of resistant starch starch that resists digestion in the intestine and reaches the colon intact this is the type of starch that is often found in processed or re cooked foods Diagnosing IBS A diagnosis of IBS is usually made after your doctor has ruled out other causes which are discussed below Your doctor will only consider a diagnosis of IBS where abdominal pain or discomfort is either relieved by going to the toilet or associated with altered bowel frequency or stool form At least two of the following four symptoms must be present in order to consider a diagnosis of IBS Altered stool passage straining urgency incomplete evacuation Abdominal bloating more common in women than men distension tension or hardness Symptoms made worse by eating Passage of mucus Other features such as lethargy nausea backache and bladder symptoms are common in people with IBS If you have been suffering with any of

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