Colon Health

9 Tips For A Natural Colon Cleanse From The Inside Out

While colon cleansing is an ancient detox practice, take care not to go overboard. Choose milder remedies like prune juice, senna tea, fennel tea. Stay hydrated and have a diet rich in fiber and probiotics. Basti/ayurvedic enema can be explored under a professional, but be wary of home enemas or colonic irrigation kits.

8 Things That Could Give You Diarrhea After A Meal

If you thought diarrhea is a condition that plagues most people in their childhood, you’re highly mistaken. Even when you’re well into your adult years, it happens suddenly like a bolt from the blue. In fact, odds are good you’ll experience it several times in your life; some people grapple[.....]

10 Natural Ways To Tackle Crohn’s Disease

Drinking anti-inflammatory lemongrass tea, turmeric tea, or marshmallow tea can help tackle this inflammatory bowel disease. So can having fish oil, psyllium and probiotics, pineapples, and extracts of the gum resin of boswellia. Avoid carbonated drinks, gassy vegetables, and high fiber foods to ease symptoms. You can also explore acupuncture and homeopathic remedies such as podophyllum, mercurius, and veratrum album.

Symptoms Of Malabsorption To Watch Out For

Weight loss and malnutrition might seem like the obvious signs of malabsorption, your body’s inability to absorb certain nutrients or properly digest certain types of foods. But did you know that even jaundice and diabetes may develop from certain malabsorption syndromes? Gas, bloating, greasy stools, abdominal pain, and diarrhea are all common symptoms of malabsorption. With underlying causes ranging from lactose intolerance and celiac disease to pancreatic infections, liver disease, crohn's disease and even HIV or AIDS you need to be alert to the symptoms so you can get medical help in time.

9 Reasons You Should Squat To Poop

Squatting isn’t the modern way to poop, but it's something that's second nature to people in some parts of the world for centuries. With your body positioned more ergonomically for bowel movement, you may be able to strain less, finish pooping faster, and empty bowels completely. You may even be able to prevent constipation, hemorrhoids, and a host of colorectal problems if you squat instead of sit.

Home Remedies To Treat Tapeworms In Humans

Tapeworm treatment usually entails some strong medication to rid your body of the infestation. If you are looking for gentler ways, try cloves or garlic. Pineapple, papaya, or pumpkin seeds can also help. Meat and fish are well-known offenders when it comes to causing tapeworm infection in humans, so take some simple precautions consistently – buy quality products, prepare correctly, and cook them at the right temperature to keep a tapeworm problem at bay.

Angular Cheilitis: Top Symptoms And Causes Of This Lip Inflammatory Condition

Angular cheilitis, also called angular stomatitis, is an inflammatory condition that occurs at one or both corners of the lips. The affected area(s) turn red, dry, and can cause a lot of irritation and pain. The causes of angular cheilitis can be external, internal, or a combination of both. At What[.....]

6 Health Benefits Of Elimination Diet You Didn't Know

Do you feel bloated and uncomfortable? Do you develop rashes or itching after a meal? Ever wondered if the food you eat could be causing this bloating? Think about it. It is true, we are what we eat. In fact, it’s safe to say that what we eat can affect how[.....]

Signs And Symptoms Of Tapeworm Infections In Humans

Worried a tapeworm infection could be behind your loss of appetite and constant headaches? You may be right! Tapeworms can enter your body when you consume raw or partly uncooked meat and fish or larvae-infected food and drink and wreak havoc on your system. Some warning signs like nausea, abdominal pain, and the presence of moving segments of the worm in your stool should help you spot a tapeworm infection early.

10 Deadly Diseases Caused By Smoking

Research today is conclusive that smoking is the cause of a host of diseases and ailments that are not only chronic but also the leading cause of death in the Unites States. Whether you’re a moderate smoker or a heavy smoker, in many cases, the risk of developing smoking-related diseases[.....]

Symptoms Of Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)

SIBO is a condition marked by excessive proliferation of bacteria in the small intestine, making it difficult for you to absorb nutrients. Symptoms include flatulence, bloating, abdominal fullness, fatty stools, diarrhea or constipation. While antibiotics, intravenous feeding are common line of treatments, natural remedies like oil of oregano, horsetail may also help.

8 Acupressure Points To Get Rid Of Headaches

To relieve tension headaches, try acupressure on the UB10 points at the nape of your neck. For migraines, press the GB20 at the back of the skull where the neck muscles join the skull. For sinus headaches, press the BL2 pressure points at the end of the eyebrows above the bridge of the nose. For neck pain, press the LI4 point at the groove behind your knuckles, between your ring finger and little finger.

10 Amazing Health Benefits Of Banana Stem Juice

Everyone knows that bananas are a high-energy super-fruit and the numerous health benefits they provide. But, the stem of the banana plant has even more beneficial properties and helps cure various disorders. Its high fiber content cleanses our digestive system, which in turn keeps many diseases away. In India and[.....]

What Is Parenteral Nutrition?

Parenteral nutrition is a method of feeding where the usual process of eating, digestion is bypassed and a liquid mixture containing nutrients is given directly into the blood through an intravenous (IV) catheter. People with varied health conditions like short bowel syndrome, GI fistulas, or bowel obstruction that have an impaired ability to digest food can benefit from this.

What Is Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)?

SIBO is a condition marked by the invasion of bacteria from the large intestine, in abnormally large numbers (usually 100,000 bacteria/ml of fluid), in the small intestine. The excess bacteria not only uses up the nutrients required for the rest of the body to run properly, but also produces toxins and gases that can disrupt digestion and even damage the intestinal lining.