Feeling bloated or heavy? Ease it naturally...

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Feeling bloated or heavy?!? Your 'Gut' is your second brain. It's clearly telling you something. That saying of 'going with your gut instinct' is clearly evident. Nourish it well with all the right foods, try and move daily to get your 'qi' and blood flowing, get 7-8hrs sleep & your mind and body will thank you for it. If you still feel 'energetically stuck' acupuncture and Chinese herbs will have you sorted in no time! Instant tip: to reduce that bloat, have a glass of warm water with a squeeze of a quarter lemon as soon as you wake up and ensure to sip water throughout the day... Ongoing tip : if you regularly suffer from bloating, stomach upset & digestive issues, it is worth investing in a good daily 'probiotic' supplement.

What You'll Need

  • Warm water, lemon, probiotics

What You'll Do

  • Fill half a glass of water, squeeze a quarter lemon and fill the remaining glass with boliing water. Drink first thing in the morning.
  • Consult a qualified Chinese medicine practtioner if you are looking for acupuncture and Chinese herbal supplments to help ease blosting and digestive issues.

Tips & Warnings

  • If bloating persists, please consult a qualified practitioner.
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