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And now for the long-term effects...

Spending any extended period of time in “fight or flight” mode, or in “stress response”, is detrimental to our bodies in so many ways – to our mind, body, spirit, and emotion. 63 more words

Could some IBS be caused by mutated bacteria?

I don’t remember as much as I’d like to from my degree but a few things stand out in my mind more than others. One of those things is pigeon liver enzyme. 674 more words

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Digestive System Problems - Heartburn

Heartburn is one of the many digestive system problems. It causes burning pain in your chest, your below or behind your breastbone. An occasional heartburn is common and no cause for alarm as it can be easily treated by over-the-counter medications. 388 more words

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Digestive System Problems - Foods to Avoid

Your digestive system breaks down the foods you eat into the nutrients your body needs. When you feed your body with unbalanced mix of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, water, salts, vitamins, and soluble and insoluble fiber, … 352 more words

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Gastrointestinal Health

Dr. Kurt Woeller’s recent article about gastrointestinal health on Lab Tests Plus tackles how its connected to all systems in the digestive tract working together to ensure proper digestion, assimilation, nutrient absorption, and toxin elimination. 118 more words

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8 Common Digestive System Problems

US News Health specified the 8 common digestive system problems the are placing a “growing burden” on Americans.

Common Digestive System Problems

Reflux – One of the common symptoms of reflux is heartburn, which involves a “hot or burning feeling rising up from the center of the abdomen area and into the chest of sternum.” Pregnancy, some medications, and consuming alcohol or certain foods can cause heartburn. 475 more words

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Digestive System Problems

The digestive system is one of the most complex systems in the human body. It has numerous organs, which not only help in digestion and absorption of the food, but also in regulating the body’s metabolism through various chemicals and hormones released into the blood to maintain homeostasis. 412 more words

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