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Constipation
The main dietary causes of constipation are lack of fiber in the diet, accompanied by inadequate intake of water and other liquids.
Diverticular Disease and Diet
Diverticular disease has been linked to a low-fiber diet. If you have diverticula, adding fiber won't make the pockets go away, but it may help prevent development of new pockets.
Heartburn
Dietary treatment of heartburn involves avoiding foods that cause the lower esophageal sphincter to weaken or which produce excess acid in the stomach.
Diarrhea and Nutrition
The relationship between nutrition and diarrhea has been recognized since antiquity. It is a complex interaction that may express itself in one of three ways.
Gallstones and Diet
Gallstones form when cholesterol becomes concentrated and crystallizes in the bile. Being overweight as well as rapid or extreme weight loss increase the risk of gallstones.
Nutrition And Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Inflammatory bowel disease is the term used for both Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.
Flatulence
Gas is a normal byproduct of digestion. The intestinal tract typically contains up to three ounces of gas. Additional gas may accumulate as a result of eating patterns and dietary practices.


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