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Taking the Taboo out of POO!

Taking the Taboo out of POO!

When I take a history from a patient, one of the most important questions I ask about is their bowel movements. Granted, the topic is not one most people want to discuss, yet gastrointestinal health is critical for our over all physical and menta  ...

 

Salt in BONE OUT?

Salt in BONE OUT?

Salt in BONE OUT? Table salt (refined) and sea salt is primarily a combination of sodium and chloride (NaCl). Sodium is an essential element, which means we can’t live without it. Our bodies need sodium and it makes the taste of food, o  ...

 


Sugar Spikes

Sugar Spikes

Sugar is not the enemy - however, sugar spikes are. Whole foods contain sugar but also fiber that slows down the release of sugar into the blood and does not tend to spike blood sugar. The worst offenders are soft drinks and fruit juice and any   ...

 

Digestive Disorders and What You Can Do

Digestive Disorders and What You Can Do

(http://www.lanisimpson.com/~lanisimp/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/Digestive.gif) Now that Thanksgiving is over, let’s take a look at the wondrous digestive system. The primary function of the digestive system is to break down the food w  ...

 

Colonoscopy - Tips you need to know

Colonoscopy - Tips you need to know

Another tip - people with any bowel disease that weakens the colon wall are at risk for perforation. Such individuals should request a pediatric scope to minimize any problems. When I had my colonoscopy I decided to go to a designated center   ...

 


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