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Saturday, June 26, 2010

CHARCOCAPS REVIEW & GIVEAWAY (*CLOSED*)


I was excited to have the chance to review CharcoCaps for review. I sometimes get bloated. That is the worst feeling in the world. It hurts and you feel bigger then you really are. This wonderful product does work and relieves the bloating a pain you sometimes get. I am very happy with this product. It started to work after 20 minutes after I took them. My husband was also happy with the results. These help fight aganist that nasty gas we all get sometimes.

Overall I loved CharcoCaps. I feel they are a wondeful product and I would recommend them to my friends and family. They do work. They are gas relief!

CharcoCaps: It is a natural, easy-to-swallow, OTC capsule that contains activated charcoal. Much like charcoal is used in water filters, activated charcoal is an injestible form of charcoal that acts as a natural detoxifier to stimulate and support the body's own defenses against intestinal gas and bloating. CharcoCaps helps to naturally relieve gas, discomfort, pressure and bloating by adsorbing gas and embrassing odor. Also great for those nights out when you've overindulged on certain foods and drinks. For more information visit www.charcocaps.com.
You just take two easy to swallow capsules with water, with meals or at the first sign of discomfort. CharcoCaps is made with pure activated charcoal that has been treated with steam to open up millions of tiny pores between carbon atoms. These tiny pores then absorb odorous substances from gases or liquids.
One Mother of 1 Princess and 2 Princes reader will win a 36-count box of CharcoCaps.
MANDATORY: Visit CharcoCaps and tell me a tip for managing gas.
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19 comments:

  1. Determine odor: Non-smelling flatulence results from swallowed air, which is symptomatic of chewing gum, drinking through straws, sucking on hard candies or nervousness, rather than something you've eaten. Foul-smelling flatulence is related to the breakdown of actual foods as they go through the intestinal tract. If nutrients are poorly absorbed, they "feed" bacteria in the gut, which then produces the smelly flatulence.

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  2. adding more water w/ a quick dissolve strip can change the overall feeling of health - loved the website and their info.

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  3. Walk it off: Instead of keeping still after a meal, get moving: take a post-dinner stroll, do some chores around the house, or walk the dog. Not only is this a nice excuse for a bit of exercise, but it will keep your body moving and gas flowing.

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  4. If your physician recommends that you increase your fiber intake, do this slowly. Fiber breaks down in the intestines and causes gas.

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  5. Consult your doctor: If excessive or malodorous gas persists, see a doctor. What's making your belly bloat might not be gas, but a symptom of an underlying condition, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), celiac disease, pancreatic insufficiency or lactose intolerance. A gastroenterologist can make these determinations and prescribe proper diet and/or medication.

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  9. Help your food digest by taking a walk.

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  13. to manage gas i keep a high amount of fiber in my diet that way i never have to adjust to it again

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  14. Eat foods like saurkraut thata re Low in gas.

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  16. Determine odor: Non-smelling flatulence results from swallowed air, which is symptomatic of chewing gum, drinking through straws, sucking on hard candies or nervousness, rather than something you've eaten. Foul-smelling flatulence is related to the breakdown of actual foods as they go through the intestinal tract. If nutrients are poorly absorbed, they "feed" bacteria in the gut, which then produces the smelly flatulence.

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