The Vagus Nerve and Gallbladder Connection
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The vagus nerve is also known as the wanderer. 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 such as the … Read More

Turmeric Benefits and Your Gallbladder Health
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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 benefits … Read More

What You Need To Know About Biliary Dyskinesia
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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

Benefits of Vitamin D and the Risks of Deficiency
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Much of the vitamin D our body requires can be obtained naturally through sufficient sun exposure. However, despite its availability, vitamin D deficiency is still a worldwide concern. In fact, the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey concluded that about … Read More

You May Be Suffering From an Autoimmune Disease
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Diagnosis and treatment for autoimmune diseases explained Our bodies are amazingly designed with an innate ability to detect and ward off foreign substances that disturb our homeostasis and threaten our health. Our immune system, through its vast network of cells … Read More

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