Bloatings are quite challenging sometimes. And there are no exceptions, everyone gets them every once in a while.
Bloating can occur if your hydrochloric acid is not as strong as it’s supposed to be and the food you eat isn’t broken down properly. But it is not just due to a lack of hydrochloric acid, your livers bile production plays a major role too. When your liver is weakened from viruses and toxins it produces less bile and also a bile that is lower in its quality. Stress and emotional tremors are another factor that can cause a lower-quality and less bile. Bile is essential especially to break down fats.
With less bile and hydrochloric acid food can’t get prepared for full digestion and the digestion in the gut is weakened as well. This is when bloating occurs. It is a cause from the poorly digested food in our gut.
The problem is that due to the bloating your hydrochloric acid can lower even more because of the gasses that rise back up into your stomach. Furthermore the absorption of nutrients in the gut is impaired. It kind of seems like a vicious cycle but one thing is important to know. Not only do you have to help your gut but also your liver.