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Archive for the ‘Gut Information’ Category

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth: Restoring Your Gut’s Zen

  Ohmmmm. You can just feel the good vibes flowing through your gut, right? You’re extracting every single nutrient from the food you’ve eaten, digestion is chugging along at a steady pace, everything is going just right… Except when it isn’t. Belly bloating, constipation, diarrhea, flatulence, burping. Yikes. What is happening in there? Let’s take…

The Foods of Mood

Maybe you’ve noticed that certain foods and drinks can really turn your mood around (or upside down). For instance, the day you leave home in a rush and forget your cup of coffee, you feel sluggish and are more prone to snap at your coworker. Or that late afternoon cookie break gives you a sudden…

Constipation Be Gone!

You know the feeling. Everything in you wants to have a good bowel movement but it just won’t come. It can make you feel sluggish and bogged down. For some people, debilitating abdominal cramping can accompany it. Here are some ways to easily and naturally help you stay regular. Drink plenty of water. Your body…

How You Can Be an Advocate for Colorectal Cancer Awareness

March is colorectal cancer awareness month. You may have noticed posters in medical offices or ads on TV about this. How can you get involved? Take a look at the list below and find what appeals most to you. Get screened. The first and best way to be an advocate for colorectal cancer awareness is…

What Does Family History Have to Do With My Risk for Colon Cancer?

You may be aware that a family history of colon cancer increases your risk of colon cancer. But not all families are open about health related matters, and there are many family situations where a person may not know part or all of their biological family (for example, adoption). So what does it mean when…

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