The underlying causes of foul smell farts

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Reasons why gas is trapped inside the body abnormally include: Swallowing air (aerophagia): This involves inadvertently swallowing air that accumulates in the stomach and is then released by belching or farting.  You might be eating too fast and therefore not chewing your food properly. Gaseous odour accumulation: Smelly farts are usually the cause of gas produced by colonic bacteria during fermentation of unabsorbed food … Read More

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Holiday Survival Kit

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It is holiday time again and it is very important to be prepared for your holiday so that small incidents don’t ruin your holiday. I have put together a holiday survival kit to ensure that you are prepared for all events. 1. Travel Tips Probiotics Take Probiotics everyday – they will fight any new bug that invades your digestive system. … Read More

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Festive season tips

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How to feel like a daisy and prevent that mother of a hangover Drink lots of water – it prevents dehydration Supplements: take probiotics & liver meds (before & after) Don’t drink on an empty stomach Don’t go out on an empty stomach – eat protein Healthy snacks – low GI/GL Responsible drinking and no drinking and driving No sugary … Read More

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Clot controlling with Aspirin

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Aspirin – a lifesaver or a stroke hazard? Aspirin may do more harm than good, depending on the conditions for which it is prescribed. Aspirin reduces the stickiness of the blood, which can prevent some blood clots forming and cause others to break up without doing too much harm. However, plaque rupture is also often caused by bleeding from tiny, … Read More

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