Is this a real cure for bloating? **GIVEAWAY DETAILS BELOW!**

Dr. Ken Brown continues our discussion on gut health by sharing what he’s discovered about bloating and how to solve it – at least for ~87% of the people he’s worked with to date…

“We now know that bacteria can enter the upper GI tract and begin to grow through a triggering event that causes stress to the body, such as illness, trauma or even certain foods. When a person experiences one of these stressful events, the body’s ability to move partially digested food quickly from the stomach to the upper GI tract is compromised. Trapped bacteria in the upper GI tract begin to feed off starches and produce hydrogen, which then sets up an environment for the unwanted bacteria to feed and produce methane gas. This gas causes bloating, abdominal discomfort and potentially a change in bowel habits—constipation, diarrhea or both.” – Dr. Ken Brown

What We Talk About:

  • What causes bloating?
  • What is SIBO?
  • Why don’t pharmaceuticals (eg Xifaxin) work for most people for the long term?
  • How are bloating, gas production and leaky gut related?
  • Why do some of us have worse gut symptoms the CLEANER we eat? (aaargh!)
  • Where his botanical solution – aka nutraceutical – Atrantil originated, and how it works 

A Solution? 

Dr. Kenneth Brown and scientist Brandi Scott-Hoy created Atrantíl based on their understanding of how its three main natural botanicals would work together to relieve bloating and abdominal discomfort accompanied by diarrhea, constipation or both. And to determine if their formula was more than just a good idea, they conducted two clinical studies. Learn more here.

[NOTE: these are not “affiliate links” – Atrantil is not a sponsor of the show. If this ever changes, I’ll let you know.]

Recommended Dosage (per Dr. Brown):

1. For people that have daily issues with bloating (SIBO), begin with 2 caps – taken with 3 meals (6 caps per day)
2. When and only when a person notices some relief compared to “the norm,” attempt reducing dosage to 2 caps twice daily, but find a dose and frequency which doesn’t compromise the new found relief
3. Maintenance dose is where those of us that had problems (me included) but continue to eat food in a country with tons of glyphosate (still me!), take 2 capsules once daily and if necessary add a cap or two with a meal that is known to trigger bloating etc.
4. Occasional bloaters can just dose as needed with meals that cause them bloating (beer pizza etc)
NOTE: skip probiotics while taking Arantil in the healing phase.
If you’re going to try this botanical product, please read these FAQs


GIVEAWAY  GIVEAWAY  GIVEAWAY! Through August 4th 2017

Remember that time I asked my guest live, on the air if he would give me a bunch of free product to giveaway to my listeners? YEA, THAT HAPPENED. How great is Dr. Ken Brown that he said HELL YES and is sending me a box of samples to share with you (!!).


I will mail samples to TEN winners anywhere in the world – this will be enough to try Atrantil for 30-45 days. I’m going to try it, too. (FYI, I’ll be taking Atrantil AND continue my new RESTORE supplement that Dr. Zach Bush recommended.) Of course, I’ll have Dr. Brown back on the air to answer questions after the “trial” period. 

HOW TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY: Share the love. Everyone who shares ANY episode of On Air with Ella on Facebook or Instagram or via their blog or mailing list will be entered one time for every show shared. Everyone who leaves a review in iTunes will be entered AGAIN. Just be sure to tag @onairwithella in social media, and in iTunes, add the hashtag #startwhereyouare. That way I’ll know your review is new and meant to be treated as an entry. Let’s keep it simple! I will track down the winners to mail your samples after a random drawing. The more love, the more entries. (It is my hope that the sharing of the show will help more people, draw more people into our community and into this MOVEMENT we’re creating toward living better. And, if you benefit in the process, we’ll that’s a WIN WIN. :-))

PS – Dr. Ken is a medical doctor, but he’s not your doctor. I’m not a doctor or your health practitioner. You might want to talk to whomever you trust with your health care before starting a new supplement or treatment.

About Dr. Ken Brown

Dr. Ken Brown received his medical degree from the University of Nebraska Medical School, and completed his fellowship in Gastroenterology in San Antonio Texas. He is a board certified gastroenterologist and has been in practice for the past 15 years with a clinical focus on inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel syndrome.
For the last 10 years he has been conducting clinical research for various pharmacologic companies. During this time, he saw the unmet need for something natural that could help his IBS patients find real relief. After working on the development of Atrantil for over 6 years Atrantil launched in the summer of 2015. Dr. Brown and his research team developed Atrantil with the intent of helping those suffering from the symptoms of IBS which we now know are caused by bacterial overgrowth.



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