Diet & Nutrition
Gluten is the protein part of wheat, rye, barley, and other related grains. Some people cannot tolerate gluten when it comes in contact with the small intestine. Eliminating gluten from the diet combats the problem at its source.
There are many factors which can contribute to excess gas and flatulence. Following simple diet and lifestyle changes can help to reduce gastrointestinal gas and relieve symptoms.
It is known that following a low-fat diet can improve overall health. It can also be helpful in several gastrointestinal conditions such as gallbladder disease, delayed stomach emptying (gastroparesis), diarrhea, and fatty liver disease.
If you are suffering from symptoms of acid reflux such as excess belching, heartburn, regurgitation, nausea, bitter taste, upper abdominal discomfort, hoarseness, or dry cough, avoiding certain foods and simple lifestyle changes can make a dramatic difference in your symptoms.
Fiber is an ingredient in many common foods such as fruits, grains, and vegetables that our body cannot break down. Following a high fiber diet has many health benefits.
Food sensitivities or intolerances can be extremely painful, uncomfortable, and inconvenient to deal with.Following a low FODMAP diet can be helpful to improve symptoms related to food sensitivities and intolerances.
Although your body needs cholesterol, having to much cholesterol can lead to serious health issues including coronary artery disease and other heart disease.
If you are suffering from mild to moderate constipation (having a bowel movement fewer than three times per week), constipation can be treated at home by making some changes to your diet.
A lactose free diet means eating foods that do not contain lactose- a sugar that is found in most milk products.