If you’ve tried everything to beat that painful, ugly, bloated stomach and nothing has worked, this episode is for you.

You’ve been eating right. Exercising regularly. Drinking water and even taking your vitamins.

Why the hell, then, is your stomach so bloated all the time?

Why do you look three months pregnant if you don’t suck your stomach in?

Why does eating make it look like you’re carrying twins?

Why does your skin feel like a waterlogged sponge?

If any of these questions have been echoing around in your head, I understand. Bloating is incredibly frustrating because it seems to come and go without rhyme or reason. It follows you like a curse.

Fortunately, though, it’s not hard to banish…for good. And this episode is going to break it all down for you.

So, if you’re sick of “flat belly tips” and other nonsensical non-solutions for stomach bloating, and all forms of bloating, really, listen to this episode.

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