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26 Aug What Are the Different Types of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?
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  Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a gastrointestinal disorder that causes frequent changes in your bowel movements. When people think of IBS, they think of symptoms such as abdominal pain, cramps, bloating and irregular bowel movements. However,..
06 May 6 Tips to Reduce Stomach Bloating
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  Do you always feel bloated after eating? This means that the digestive functions of your intestines and stomach are not good and the food that is eaten is not being properly digested, hence the discomfort.   However, having occasional flatulen..
25 Nov 6 Foods That Cause Heartburn
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 Acid reflux is a condition where stomach acid flows upwards into the esophagus (the tube that delivers food and beverages to your stomach). It is often associated with Heartburn where you feel discomfort in the chest. Many foods are responsible for ..
02 Apr 4 Tips to Prevent Recurring Gastritis Symptoms
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 Are you suffering from gastritis? You’re not alone. Four percent of adults suffer from gastric reflux more than once a week. In this article, we will share 4 tips to naturally reduce gastritis symptoms and prevent them from recurring.  1. Adopt an A..
12 Sep 5 Tips to Improve Your Gut Health
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 If you are experiencing one of the following symptoms (e.g. bloating, constipation, diarrhea, poor sleep and eczema), you may have an unhealthy gut. Did you know that your gut health is essential to your overall health? Trillions of microorganisms l..
26 Apr 5 Tips for a Sensitive Stomach
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Do you experience gas, bloating, constipation, or diarrhea regularly? If so, you may have a sensitive stomach. Read on to find out what you can do to better manage your health condition, and when you should consult a doctor.   1. Avoid foods which gi..
08 Mar 7 Dietary Tips to Reduce Bloating
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Does your abdomen feel full or swollen occasionally? This awful bloated feeling is very common and is often a result of gas or other digestive problems. Read on to find out how you can change your diet to reduce bloating, and when you may need to see..
04 Jan Why are gut bacteria important?
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If you are suffering from one of the following conditions (e.g. poor skin conditions, mental and immune health, bad breath or abnormal bowels), you may be lacking of good bacteria in your gut! So what’s the big deal? Did you know that your gut bacter..
13 Apr Good digestion better overall health
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According to nutrition researchers, foods that being digested incompletely produce harmful substances in the body. Undigested food residues produce toxins in the intestine, causing poor blood circulation, indigestion, and increased burden on internal..
31 Jan 4 Signs you need to do a clean-up
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During festival seasons, everyone tends to overeat and gain extra weight. Food such as fried foods, sausage, bacon, pork, cakes, icecream and so on in BBQ, buffet or steam boat can be fattening and heavy flavoured. If coupled with lack of rest, stayi..
18 Jan 4 Ways to Beat the Bloat
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You can get that “food baby” effect of feeling bloated at times — usually marked by a distended stomach and an overall feeling of uncomfortable fullness. Bloating is a common side-effect from a number of potential sources.Here are four to consider wh..
08 Aug The 5 worst foods that triggers gastric reflux
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People with gastric reflux should avoid the following foods:• Tomato & Citrus fruits : These foods contains malic acid and citrus acid that can stimulate more production of gastric acid and worsen gastric conditions  • Alcohol not only increase the p..
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