User's Guide to Healthy Digestion
User's Guide To Healthy Digestion is an easy-to-read information-packed book that will teach you how to put an end to your digestive problems. Heartburn, indigestion, bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhoea, and other digestive problems affect nearly everyone at one time or another. Health writer Victoria Dolby Toews describes the most common digestive problems and diseases and recommends safe dietary, herbal, and nutrition remedies to improve digestive health.
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absorption alcohol amount antibiotics avoid bacteria bile bloating body Bottom Line bowel movements capsules cause celiac disease cells chamomile Chapter cholesterol colon common CONDITION constipation Constipation DOSAGE Crohn's disease dairy products damage Diarrhea DOSAGE diet dietary diges Digestive cancer-risk reduction digestive enzymes digestive system digestive tract diverticulitis drink eating effect enemas esophagus fatty acids fish oil folic acid food allergies food poisoning gallbladder gallstones garlic gastritis Ginger gluten grams green tea healing heartburn help prevent hemorrhoids herbal herbs hiatal hernia IBS symptoms indigestion infection intestine irritable bowel syndrome juice lactose intolerance Leaky gut syndrome licorice liver health Malabsorption meal mg per day milk thistle minerals motion sickness nausea nutrients pain pancreatic enzymes parasites peppermint oil peptic ulcers percent probiotics problem protein psyllium pylori slippery elm SPECIAL NOTE stomach acid stool tion treat trigger ulcer DOSAGE upset stomach vitamin vomiting wheat yeast yogurt zinc
Page 13 - IBS, it is important to realize that normal bowel function varies from person to person. Normal bowel movements range from as many as three stools a day to as few as three a week. A normal movement is one that is formed but not hard, contains no blood, and is passed without cramps or pain.