The Truth About Bloating: Why You’re Always Bloated and How Inno Cleanse Can Help

Bloating is one of many ways your stomach attempts to tell you something isn’t right. A little bit of bloating here and there is normal. But if it’s popping up (or I guess we should say out)  more often than not, you need to get to the root causes.

In this article, we’ll tell you the most likely reasons you’re always bloated (some of them may shock you) and more about Inno Cleanse, a natural detox that’s helping thousands of people banish bloat, gently flush away pounds of toxic waste and flatten their stomachs– seriously this stuff works!! 

10 Reasons Why You’re Always Bloated 

1: Food Sensitivities Or Gut Condition 
If you have persistent bloating, it could be due to food sensitivity or a GI condition, such as irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut syndrome, acid reflux, celiac disease, or SIBO. Ruling these out requires blood tests and/or a food-elimination diet.

2: Eating Too Much, Too Fast 
Your stomach is only about the size of your fist. It can stretch, but eating too much in one sitting can force it to extend past its comfort zone. Additionally, the faster you eat, the more air you swallow, which can cause bloating.  

3: You Are Overweight
The bloat might be fat. If you’ve gained a significant amount of weight, some of what you see will no doubt show up as fat around your belly. That said, excess fat does take up space and leaves less room for your stomach to stretch, which could also cause bloating. There is also a chance that the extra weight is backed up poop, which we will talk about further down. 

4: Not Able to Fully Digest Food 
Bloating could signify that you don’t produce enough digestive enzymes to break down the food you eat. You might need to supplement with enzymes, or your gut might be lacking enough of the good bacteria necessary to effectively break down certain foods, which also causes bloating, which brings us to number 5.

5: An Imbalanced Gut Microbiome
When your gut microbiome loses its diversity of bacteria, you’ll likely experience symptoms like gas, bloating and irregular bowel movements. Consistently taking quality prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics can help correct this imbalance.  

6: Your Liver Isn’t In The Best Condition 
Your liver and gut are anatomically and physiologically connected. If you are experiencing bloating, it could be due to an unhealthy liver, such as your liver not eliminating toxins.

7: You Are Holding Onto Water
If you aren’t experiencing pain and haven’t gained body fat, your bloat could be water retention. This could happen for several reasons…

  • Excess salt – If you consume too much salt, it makes you retain water, which makes you look and feel bloated.

  • Overeating carbohydrates – Too many simple carbs like white bread and sweets are known to make you retain water. Stick to whole grains and consider supplementing with a carb blocker + glucose support supplement at your higher carb meals.

  • Not drinking enough water –  When you consume an imbalance of water, sodium and potassium, your body will increase hormones that cause you to retain water. It might sound counterintuitive, but ample hydration allows you to strike a balance.

8: Stress
Bloating is often the first warning sign of elevated stress levels. This happens mainly through the gut-brain axis and can be caused through various pathways, such as increased inflammation, gut bacteria imbalance and an increase in the stress hormone cortisol. 

9: Slacking On Sleep
Studies show a direct correlation between a lack of sleep and gastrointestinal issues. When you don’t get enough quality sleep, your gut becomes inflamed, which can lead to bloating. 

The herbs in this thermogenic sleep aid are great for stress relief and a good night of sleep! 

10: You Are “Backed Up” With Toxic Waste 

Gas buildup from constipation is said to be the number one cause of bloating. But even those that are “regular” are full of crap (literally.) Most people carry between 5-20 pounds of waste in their intestines at all times that stick to the wall of the colon, expanding our waistline and sending toxins into our blood, poisoning our entire system. 

How Inno Cleanse Works To Address These Issues, Beat Bloat, Trim The Waist and Promote Good Gut Health

Inno Cleanse is a unique mix of clinically backed herbs and natural ingredients known to clean and detoxify the gastro-intestinal tract, helping your digestive system do its work faster and safer. 

A clean gut means less gas build-up. But that’s not the only way Inno Cleanse works to beat the causes of bloat. Believe it or not, except for eating too fast and major digestive issues or food allergies, there really isn’t a cause of bloating listed above that Inno Supps’ Inno Cleanse can’t help address.

This is because your gut is connected to everything! Once your gut is free of toxic waste, it creates a domino effect that results in better sleep, an improved mood, improved digestion of foods, a more balanced gut microbiome, and a tighter waistline!

Plus, Inno Cleanse not only has ingredients that can help gently push out pounds of toxic waste, it has natural herbs clinically shown to suppress the appetite, relieve water retention and improve liver health.

Here is a breakdown of the clinically studied ingredients in Inno Cleanse and how they work together to combat belly bloat.

Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus Purshiana Bark Powder): A gentle laxative that works by causing painless muscle contractions in the intestines. It can help move stool through the intestines, helps excrete excess intestinal waste and can help prevent loose and watery stools.

Cape Aloe (Aloe Ferox Leaf Extract): Also a mild and natural laxative, cape aloe is well known to support bulk bowel movements and colon health. Studies show its effectiveness in promoting regularity and naturally relieving constipation. It is also touted for its anti-inflammatory properties.

Fennel Seed (Foeniculum Vulgare Seed Powder): Using fennel is clinically shown to help reduce water retention by helping flush out excess fluids from your body and cleansing the urinary tract and digestive system. Fennel seed is also a rich source of fiber and can help improve vitamin and mineral absorption in the body, reduce food cravings and mildly suppress the appetite.

Bentonite (Aluminium Phyllosilicate Clay): Bentonite is widely known as a detoxifying agent. For a long time, bentonite was considered a treatment for diarrhea. Bentonite clay also helps your gut absorb more nutrients by increasing the flora in your intestines.

Milk Thistle (Silybum Marianum Seed Powder): The gut and liver are very closely connected; one has the power to influence the other. This herb is widely known to support liver health by protecting it against harmful toxins. 

Inno Cleanse also contains senna leaf powder, frangula bark powder, burdock root powder, licorice root extract, slippery elm bark powder and capsicum – all of which are natural ingredients that have clinical backing to further promote healthy digestion, waste elimination, reduced bloating, hunger regulation and improved overall gut health.

Beat Bloat With Inno Cleanse

If you struggle with bloat, Inno Cleanse might very well be the answer you’ve been hurled over in pain searching for! Just read through the thousands of reviews, and you will see that Inno Cleanse is effective. Many reviewers even say this natural detox is the ONLY thing they have tried that actually worked to ease bloating and “get things moving” without cramps or the need to rush to the bathroom. 

Inno Cleanse isn’t your ordinary laxative or gut cleanse. It’s gentle and works within 24-48 hours to address the root causes of bloating. It continues to work to promote regularity and banish bloat even when you aren’t taking it. 

If you have more questions about Inno Cleanse and what it can do to relieve bloating, Inno Supps has a lot of information on its website, including a really helpful FAQ section.

Click here to read more, purchase your bottle, and finally banish bloat once and for all! 

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