Do you have a flat stomach when you wake up in the morning? And it’s gone by noon? Constantly searching for core exercises to reduce the look of your belly?
You know I tell you that core exercise won’t fix it if it’s not a weak abdominal muscle problem Do you want the good news? I have with me the woman who may have some solutions for you. The bloated belly whisperer is in the house.
Tamara Freuman is a New York City-based registered dietitian and America’s Trusted Digestive Nutrition Expert. She holds a master’s degree in clinical nutrition from New York University. Her clinical practice specializes in managing digestive disorders through diet.
Freuman is the author of “The Bloated Belly Whisperer” and a nationally-known health writer whose advice is read by hundreds of thousands of people each month on U.S. News & Health Report’s eat + run blog and its syndicate, Yahoo! Health. Her advice has been featured in leading TV, print, radio/podcast and online media, including TV’s Good Morning America, Live With Kelly & Ryan, Inside Edition; National Public Radio; The Washington Post, Reader’s Digest, Prevention, Women’s Health; CNN.com, SELF.com and Insider.
Questions we answer in this episode:
- What is bloating?
- Why might a woman over 50 start to experience chronic bloating for the first time?
- How can you tell the difference between bloating and belly fat?
- What is the best way to promote overall “gut health”?
- Should listeners be taking a probiotic?
- What about sauerkraut, and live cultures in yogurt?
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