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    Hi David, It may help to switch to a whole foods diet for a few months.  Stop eating all processed foods and eat whole foods like meats, veggies, nuts, eggs, and fruit.  Also stop all dairy and cut way back on carbs.  Carbs like rice are converted to sugar in the gut and feed bacteria that make gas.  The sugars should be digested by the gut enzymes and absorbed, but when the gut is damaged this ...
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