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Flatulence (intestinal gas) odor control for those who care!

As adults mature, the ... of gas, a product of the ... process, often becomes more ... ... gas release is becoming a growing problem for older adults, with socially embar

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Superfoods: Super Solutions for Crohn’s Patients

When the small intestine is inflamed -- as it often is with Crohn's disease -- the intestine becomes less able to fully digest and absorb the nutrients from food. Such nutrients, as well as unabsorbed bile salts, can escape into the large intestine to varying degrees, depending on how extensively the small intestine has been injured by inflammation.

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Anatomy and Physiology of the Bowel

Whether you admit it or not, music imbeds our daily life, weaving its beauty and emotion through our thoughts, activities and memories. So if you're interested in music theory, music appreciation, Beethoven, Mozart, or other composers, artists

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Several Enzymes Needed to Help Digest Milk

Milk is a nutritious food that provides vitamins, minerals, protein, carbohydrates, and the types of milk may also have energy-rich fats. However, large amounts of nutrients need to be digested to release their nutritional value.

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Gastric Bypass Surgery - What You Need to Know

Gastric Bypass Surgery - The Complete Overview

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Gastroenterology- A Gut Reaction

Gastroenterology is a medical discipline that encompasses the entire digestive system of the human body. The digestive system is a complex system that involves the process of taking food into the body, and turning it into a digestible form that can then be assimilated into the body to supply the necessary nutrients for functionality and good health.

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Bowel Obstruction Information

bowel obstruction can be caused by tumors, twisting or narrowing of the intestines, or scar tissue (adhesions).

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Digestive Fluid and Digestive Enzymes

All digestive fluid of the human body contains enzymes that degrade food into simple soluble substances. These substances called digestive enzymes can be divided into three types: amylase, protease and lipase.

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IBS and SIBO: One and the Same?

What is IBS? It is a condition affecting the large intestine. In many cases it acts as a catch-all diagnosis when other more definable problems, like Crohn’s or Ulcerative Colitis, have been ruled out. IBS often does not produce any damage to the intestines but certainly causes a host of unpleasant symptoms. Treatment is usually dietary modification and sometimes medications to ease the discomfort. What we are now learning about IBS, however, is that there are a large portion of folks for which the large intestine is actually not the sole player. For some, it is actually the small intestine (SI) where the action is happening.

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The Relationship Between Probiotics and Human Health

At present, people have a deep understanding of the importance of macro-ecological balance, but micro-ecological balance is far from receiving the attention it deserves. Understanding the importance of the micro-ecological balance of the human body and maintaining the micro-ecological balance can enable human beings to adapt to the large environment externally, adapt to the micro-environment internally, and maintain the unity of the environment.

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Gastric Bypass Surgery - How It Works

Gastric Bypass Surgery - The ABCs of the Surgery

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An Introduction to Gastric Bypass Surgery

Obesity, once seen as akin to laziness and overeating, is now understood as a complex disorder having to do with genetics and hormonal as well as lifestyle factors. People seem to have very different energy requirements; some can eat half as much as others and weigh the same.

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