Health and medical - Gastrointestinal

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The gut: How it works

The digestive tract carries out a pretty amazing function –...

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Travelling and digestion

Disrupted routines can upset our digestion and consequently affect our...

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Probiotics: More than a gut feeling?

We know they're good for digestive health, but could probiotics...

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Banish bloating

Do you know that tight, cramped feeling in the stomach...

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Wind problems?

Whilst still considered inappropriate in public, on average we pass...

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Prebiotics and probiotics

Improve your digestion and reduce your risk of disease by...

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IBS: Your questions answered

It probably affects more than one in seven Kiwis, yet...

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Summer safety: Avoiding food poisoning

Tips on how to handle and store food safely as...

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What your body is trying to tell you:...

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr delves into some of the...

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Indigestion and heartburn

What causes it, what are the symptoms and what can...

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Digestive problems

Sore tummies can be caused by constipation, excess wind or...

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Digestive health: Are you normal?

Poo may not be the most pleasant of subjects, but...

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Top 5 foods for gut health

Which are the best foods for keeping your gut healthy...

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Fact or fiction: Meat rots in your gut

Does meat take longer than other foods to digest, and...

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10 ways to fight heartburn

The discomfort of heartburn is familiar to most of us,...

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Fact or fiction: Don’t drink with meals

You might hear that you shouldn't drink with meals as...

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Six readers share: How I reclaimed my health

Six Healthy Food Guide readers tell their inspiring stories of...

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Most of us have experienced some sort of tummy trouble...
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