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'Tis the season to overeat, overspend, over-travel, over-stress, and over-do-it until New Year's Day ... and then people plan their resolutions to get healthier.
Article By: Elizabeth Stannard Gromisch
Digestion is an important bodily function.
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Family time, homemade goodies and lots of alcohol are all a part of the joys of the holidays. They can also lead to a roiling stomach.
Thanksgiving is over, the leftovers devoured and shopping has begun.
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Grandma would advise that it’s one of the best and easiest ways to treat digestive health: cinnamon.
Just dust it on your latte and oatmeal during breakfast, or add it as a spice to flavor stew or
So you know the drill that the mainstays of your diet should be fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, low-fat dairy products and whole grains.
No lay person seeking medical advice wants to be bombarded with a lot of oddly-spelled and multisyllabic words.
Grandma will probably tell you it’s one of the simplest digestive aids ever: cinnamon.
You can sprinkle it on your morning latte and oatmeal, or save it for later to add spice to your ...
Dyspepsia is discomfort in the upper abdomen or chest. It is often linked to nausea, belching, or bloating.
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