Health and medical - Gastrointestinal

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7 diet tweaks to help reflux

Heartburn and reflux can be an unpleasant way to finish...

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Food detective: Inulin

It’s popping up in all sorts of products. This added...

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Emulsifiers: Friend or foe?

Emulsifiers have been getting a bad rap lately, but have...

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Gut study questions probiotic benefits

Taking probiotics won’t necessarily mean lasting changes to what’s living...

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Walnuts’ benefits in a nutshell

US scientist have discovered the way walnuts affect our trillions...

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How to make the most of probiotics

We know probiotics are good for gut health and beyond,...

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Magic milk

Whey protein-enriched milk, as part of a high-carbohydrate breakfast, helps...

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A strawberry a day

A strawberry a day, may keep the doctor away. Well,...

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Howzat? Crickets are good for your gut

Widely accepted as nutritionally valuable (2 billion people regularly eat...

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Smart swaps: Low-FODMAP

Following a low-FODMAP diet can make grocery shopping difficult. We...

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Bowel cancer-gut bug link

New Zealand scientists have identified a gut bacteria species they...

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What is irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)?

This article is part of the FODMAP toolkit: Your complete...

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How to make kombucha

You will needlarge glass jar sheet of paper towel...

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Is your gut fibre fit?

Advertorial: Why fibre is key to a healthy gut Click here to...

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Build better immunity: The secret weapon of a...

Dietitian Katrina Pace looks at the role our gut bacteria...

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Gut bugs and drugs

We normally think of antibiotics affecting our gut bacteria, but...

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Extra exercise benefits…

… for your brain We’ve long known that brain training can...

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Try this: Sauerkraut juice

Sauerkraut, or pickled cabbage, is said to have gut health-promoting...
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