Helicobacter pylori, or better known as H. pylori, is a bacteria popularly associated with gastrointestinal problems like leaky gut, peptic ulcers, and gastritis. In the gut, H. pylori has the ability to bury itself in the GI mucosa where the … Read More
You know the symptoms all too well – fatigue, dry skin and hair, foggy brain, muscle cramps, headaches, digestive problems, and weight gain among others. You’re sure you have thyroid issues, and now you still have to worry about your … Read More
Aside from being a source of nourishment, eating brings comfort and joy to many. It’s one of life’s pleasures most of us can’t do without. So just imagine a life of constant vomiting, with the inability to eat due to … Read More
The wanderer – that’s what the vagus nerve is also known as. And true to it is name, this nerve indeed extends all the way from the brain stem to the lowest viscera of the abdomen, traveling through multiple organs … Read More
Of the hundreds of thousands of people who choose (or are forced to) the gallbladder surgery route, many do not actually get a complete rundown of what may or may not happen after the procedure. Majority of patients expect to … Read More
Sphincter of what? Many of us may not even know there is such a thing as a Sphincter of Oddi, one of the lesser-known muscles within our bodies that play a crucial part in our digestive system. It is … Read More
If you love spices, then you must be familiar with turmeric. Although it’s most famous now as a culinary staple for those who are into Persian or Middle Eastern dishes, it can do so much more than that. Turmeric is … Read More
Biliary dyskinesia (BD) is the term for a low-functioning gallbladder and is a disorder characterized by the inability of certain parts of the biliary system to facilitate the normal flow of the bile. Biliary comes from the word bile. Dyskinesia … Read More
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