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Diet Changes after a Cholecystectomy

Posted - 09/10/2014
If you are going to have a cholecystectomy, which is the removal or your gallbladder, or have recently undergone this surgical procedure, you will have to consider your diet carefully. For the first several weeks after surgery, you will not be able to eat some types of food because they will give you excessive gas, make you feel...

Maintain a Food Diary

Posted - 08/14/2014
Avoid Discomfort If you suffer from symptoms such as belching due to acid reflux, then changing the daily diet is imperative to avoid discomfort. Gastroesophageol reflux disease is a common ailment that is often hereditary, causing symptoms of digestive discomfort. The discomfort is caused by chronic high amounts of digestive j...

Maintain a Food Journal

Posted - 07/18/2014
Maintain a Journal If you are having numerous digestive problems such as bloating or diarrhea, then visiting a medical specialist is vital. Many individuals neglect their digestive health due to embarrassment about the symptoms. Patients are often fearful about the examination of particular body parts. However, it is important ...

Changing Your Diet

Posted - 06/04/2014
Some people suffer from occasional heartburn while others experience this problem all of the time. For those who suffer from frequent heartburn, over-the-counter medications may have become their reality. There may be a way to address some of these issues independently without using over-the-counter medications. For some peop...

There is Help for All Things Gut Related

Posted - 05/06/2014
One of the top things people complain about are issues with the gut. It can be anything from heartburn (acid reflux) to chronic pain. Many fear what the diagnosis may be and therefore put off seeing a gastroenterologist for treatment. However, the truth of the matter is that suffering with daily gut issues is often completely un...

How Stress Affects the Digestive System

Posted - 04/10/2014
When you think of the word stress, you may automatically think of setting in traffic for hours on your way home from work or Thanksgiving dinner at your in-laws’ house. The term stress actually refers to any threat, either real or imagined, which can disrupt the homeostasis of an organism. These threats trigger adaptive re...
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