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  • Guide To Diarrhea

    Diarrhea The passage of loose or watery stools and/or an increase in the frequency of bowel movements. Poor food hygiene is a risk factor for this type of digestive condition. Diarrhea is the production of stools (feces) that are more watery, more frequent, or greater in volume than is normal for a particular individual. Although

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  • Vitamins

    Vitamins, Nutrition and Weight Loss Good diet nutrition is essential for optimum health – including efficient metabolism and stable blood sugar levels, both of which affect weight control and how fast we lose weight. For example, a number of chemical reactions are required to convert food into energy or fat. These are controlled by enzymes,

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  • Nutritional Deficiencies

    Nutritional Deficiencies: Causes, Symptoms And Treatment Nutritional deficiency (malnutrition) involves a lack of one or more nutrients essential for normal body function. Deficiency in food nutrition is more common in children. Risk factors include: unhealthy dieting to lose weight, smoking and alcohol dependence. Also at risk are patients on special diets recovering from gastric surgery,

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  • Guide To Nonulcer Dyspepsia

    Nonulcer Dyspepsia Pain or discomfort in the upper abdomen that is not associated with a structural abnormality. This type of general indigestion is more common in adults, more common in males and risk factors include: stress, being overweight, smoking and certain dietary habits. Nonulcer Dyspepsia describes recurrent and persistent indigestion that occurs without an identifiable

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  • Advice About Indigestion

    Indigestion And General Digestive Discomfort Pain or discomfort in the upper abdomen usually after eating, that may have a variety of causes. It is more common in adults. Risk factors include: stress, being overweight, smoking and certain dietary habits. Most people experience episodes of upper abdominal discomfort related to eating, which we usually call indigestion.

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  • Guide To Constipation

    Constipation This digestive conditon is characterized by the difficult and infrequent passage of small, hard stools. It is most common in children and elderly people. Constipation is more common in females and a low-fiber diet is a risk factor. If your stools are small and hard, or if you have to strain to pass them,

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