Indigestion is a term that’s used to describe a wide variety of symptoms in the upper digestive tract, but usually refers to the heartburn (dyspepsia) that tends to occur after eating a heavy meal.
Although the regular consumption of a low-to-moderate amount of alcohol (about half a standard drink per day) may support cardiovascular health, drinking too much can cause both short- and long-term health problems.
Constipation refers to both the infrequent passing of bowel motions and the passing of stools that are hard or dry. In many cases it is due to inadequate fibre intake.
Also known as infectious gastroenteritis, food poisoning is caused by consuming contaminated foods or water. The symptoms can vary from mild discomfort to life-threatening illness.
Found- the perfect salad for a spring cleanse! Make this nutritious, tasty dish from naturopath Roberta Nelson.