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3 Ways to Keep Your Gut in Good Shape

September 16, 2021 READ MORE

Introducing the Liver: Your Body’s Second Largest Organ

August 26, 2021 READ MORE
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The Facts About a Colonoscopy

August 5, 2021 READ MORE
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I’m Lactose Intolerant - What Are My Options?

August 5, 2021 READ MORE

A colonoscopy is a simple procedure during which a gastroenterologist uses a Colonoscope to view the entire colon of a patient. This procedure may be used for diagnosing various gastrointestinal disorders, such as colon polyps, colon cancer, diverticulosis, inflammatory bowel disease, rectal bleeding or abdominal pain. The unique benefit of having a colonoscopy colon cancer […]

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August 5, 2021

Food – you need it to live, but if you eat the wrong thing it can cause some serious problems. Of course, what constitutes being the “wrong” thing differs from person to person. If you’ve been told that you are lactose intolerant, then for you, eating the wrong thing means consuming foods or beverages with […]

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Gluten Sensitivity: Should You Go Gluten-Free?   First Things First: What is Gluten? The proteins found in wheat are collectively called “gluten”. Gluten is found in many foods to act as a binder, even in some unexpected foods. Foods such as soups, soy sauce, condiments, and prepared foods can contain gluten. Why are there foods […]

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Tasty Ways to Add More Fiber to Your Diet   Eating a healthy diet rich in high fiber whole foods can help avoid some digestive health problems. Constipation, diarrhea, and hemorrhoid irritation can all be improved by eating more fiber. It also lowers cholesterol! Yet most of us don’t consume nearly enough fiber in our […]

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