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Now you can have your cake and eat it too!
Now you can have your cake and eat it too!
Recipes and tips to manage IBS

Approximately 15-20 percent of the population is affected by the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and it is among the top five reasons why patients seek attention from health-care providers.

Living with IBS can be a tremendous challenge, and understanding the disease is the key to developing effective management strategies. The authors of The Complete IBS Health & Diet Guide provide current and concise information on the possible underlying causes, symptoms, clinical features, effective treatments and therapies, including both complementary and non-drug therapies.
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Keep Yourself Moving, A Guide to Constipation
by Jacqueline S. Thompson, MD, FACOG
Keep Yourself Moving, A Guide to Constipation The fact is that constipation has always been a huge problem in our population, and given our predilection for fast food and our distaste for regular exercise, it likely isnít going away any time soon.

I remember sitting around the dinner table as a kid and listening to my parents complain about the fact that they had to watch television commercials about laxatives and stool softener products during the evening news hour. To this day, there never fails to be at least one uncomfortable commercial about such intestinal relief products during TV viewing with my own kids. The fact is that constipation has always been a huge problem in our population, and given our predilection for fast food and our distaste for regular exercise, it likely isnít going away any time soon.
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