Find diet information for a variety of digestive system issues such as constipation, celiac disease, heartburn, and irritable bowel syndrome.
Can dietary supplements and other complimentary health approaches help with managing IBS symptoms? Find tips based on the latest science.
Get the facts on probiotics, including what they are and how they work in the body.
Learn about the celiac disease and osteoporosis link.
Learn about causes, symptoms, treatment and diet for individuals with Celiac Disease.
Learn about causes, symptoms, treatment and diet for individuals with Crohn's Disease. Also see Eating, Diet, & Nutrition for Crohn's Disease.
Learn about what may cause diarrhea, when to talk to a doctor, how to treat it, and more.
Find information on the causes, symptoms, complications and treatment options of diverticular disease.
Learn about gastroparesis, or delayed emptying of food from the stomach, including information about symptoms and nutrition.
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Learn about causes, symptoms, treatment and diet for individuals with pancreatitis. Also see Eating, Diet, & Nutrition for Pancreatitis.
Learn about peptic ulcers, the symptoms, causes, treatments, and more...
Learn why digestion is important and how food is digested.
Access resources about celiac disease. Learn what it is and how to manage it through diet changes.
Find information on nutrition for Celiac Disease.
Learn about constipation, including diagnosis/symptoms, treatment, nutrition issues, and more.
Most people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can ease symptoms with changes in diet, medicine, and stress relief. For some people, IBS symptoms are more severe. IBS affects more women than men.
Can you eat dairy if you are lactose intolerant? What foods have lactose? Find answers to these questions and more.
Do you have gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), where you experience lasting heartburn or indigestion? Learn about foods you might need to avoid and other lifestyle changes that can help.