• FONT A+ A-

Blog

7 Ways To Avoid Coffee Acid Reflux

No Comments

Get Your Caffeine Fix and Control Acid Reflux Without Drinking Coffee If you feel a burning sensation in your throat or chest after eating, you’re probably experiencing acid reflux. It’s a problem that millions of people have and is often caused by our diets. What if you found out something you relied on every day, Read More

Can Probiotics Help With Diarrhoea?

No Comments

Probiotics are live bacteria or yeasts that exist in some kinds of foods and supplements. Eating live bacteria might sound like a bad idea, but there are some kinds of bacteria that are actually good for us. When they live in our guts, they can help to keep our digestion working properly. One of the Read More

IBS, migraine and chronic fatigue syndrome

No Comments

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and IBS Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) are two conditions that can significantly impact one’s quality of life. IBS is a condition of the gut that causes symptoms such as Pain constipation and/or diarrhoea bloating CFS causes extreme, persistent tiredness that is not relieved by sleep. muscle pain Read More

Some more amazing diets for IBS sufferers

No Comments

Have you been suffering from diarrhoea and are concerned about what foods you can eat? Here are two more daily meal plans that are compatible with IBS Meal plan 1 Meal plan 2 Breakfast: -          Cheese omelette -          Toasted rice bread with butter Lunch: -          Greek salad -          Jacket potato and grated cheese Dinner: -          Read More

IBS and the menstrual cycle

No Comments

The irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) occurs more in women than in men and it is likely this has something to do with the menstrual cycle. During the menstrual cycle, hormone levels fluctuate and may cause a variety of symptoms. Between the end of the period and the time of ovulation, oestrogen is the dominant hormone Read More

PPI and the risks of heart attack and kidney disease

No Comments

Following the previous article on the association between proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) and dementia (click here), we will discuss further some medical correlations between PPIs and common diseases: first, myocardial infarctions (heart attacks). PPIs and Heart Attacks PPIs are primarily used for the treated of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease and are prescribed to about 21 million Read More

Dementia and proton pump inhibitors

No Comments

Dementia Dementia is a progressive, degenerative disease of the brain that describes a wide set of symptoms including: impaired long and short-term memory Language problems emotional problems Difficulties eating Vision problems It affects about 35 million people worldwide, occurs in approximately 10% of individuals and has an economic impact of over £430 billion per year. Read More

IBS Diet – Day 4 and 5

No Comments

You have a tummy ache. You are not sure what to eat. Here are some more recipes for people with irritable bowel syndrome. Meal plan 1 Meal plan 2 Breakfast: 2 Poached eggs Rice-bread with sugar free jam Lunch: Prawn and rice salad Dinner: Chicken and sweetcorn Risotto Carrots Fruit salad Breakfast: Cornflakes Chopped nuts Read More