We're sorry to hear that you have been experiencing discomfort. It’s always best to go and see your healthcare practitioner if you have been feeling uncomfortable for an extended period i.e. more than seven days.
If you have only had gas and cramping for a short time, have a look at your diet. Have you introduced any new foods that might be causing the cramps? For example, have you included additional fibrous vegetables or added other fibrous foods to your diet? If you have introduced nothing else and have just introduced bone broth to your diet or have started to follow our detox plan, you could be experiencing a side-effect from the healthy detoxing that naturally occurs while on bone broth. Numerous detox sites state that the sudden release of built-up toxins can be indications that your detox diet is working. To minimize the effects during this time, the Detox & Body Cleanse website suggests rubbing chamomile oil on the stomach to minimize discomfort.
You could also be experiencing side-effects from the bone broth itself because of a sensitivity to the glutamine content or the histamine content. This article in our help center, Side-effects to Bone Broth? Possible Causes and What to Do About Them will give you more information on how to address these issues.
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Once you have worked out what may be causing the discomfort, we encouraged you to persist with the diet and your bone broth — the results are well worth it. Here is an article by Delfina explaining the benefits she experienced while on the Bone Broth Detox Diet.