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Your gut is swimming with millions of bacteria. All of that bacteria make up the largest part of our body’s microbiome. The key to good gut health is maintaining a balance between the good and bad bacteria in the microbiome. If your gut is acting differently than normal, it could be unbalanced.
If you’re experiencing chronic digestive discomfort, you might want to consider a consult with your gastroenterologist about trying an elimination diet.
Acid reflux isn’t a major health concern if you experience it every so often. But, if you experience intense acid reflux symptoms regularly, you might have GERD.
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We know you love all of your greater Boston area favorites, so we’ve come up with some tips on how to enjoy them and minimize the gas, bloating, cramping, and other GI discomforts.
We all know that the body needs good, nutritious food to function well, and the gut is no exception. While a balanced diet is the first step toward a healthy gut, there are also some vitamins and supplements that can help support GI health.
There are many different ways to go about hitting reset on our lives and our bodies, but one of the more controversial routes to choose is detoxing or cleansing.
We’re several weeks into 2019 and all of those New Year’s resolutions are already falling by the wayside. Your digestive system will thank you for not making extreme changes and will appreciate these small, but manageable tweaks.