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What's Up with Your Gut?: Why You Bloat…
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What's Up with Your Gut?: Why You Bloat After Eating Bread and…

by Jo Waters, Julian Walters (Author)

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This book is written for the millions of people worldwide who suffer from gut problems; from burping and acid reflux to abdominal pain and flatulence through to diarrhoea, bloating and constipation. What happens between eating your food and it coming out the other end can sometimes be a source of daily discomfort and embarrassment. Health journalist Jo Waters and Gastroenterologist Professor Julian Walters look at possible causes of your gut troubles - some of them minor and others more serious - and how to address them. Whether you bloat after eating pasta or bread, suffer cramping diarrhoea when you are stressed out , get constipated when you're on holiday or just feel fatigued by your grumbling guts, they show what the options are for diagnosis, symptom improvement and tackling the underlying causes.… (more)

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