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Microscopic colitis is an inflammation of the bowel lining that doctors can only see under a microscope. It is often possible to treat this condition with medication, but dietary and lifestyle changes may also help reduce or prevent symptoms.Microscopic colitis (MC) causes recurrent episodes of chronic, watery, nonbloody diarrhea. Other symptoms of this condition can include:
abdominal pain or cramping
muscle and joint pain
unintentional weight loss
The symptoms of MC tend to come and go, and diarrhea can last for weeks or months.
June starts the season of grilling and summer picnics. This seminar includes great recipes to plan a healthful and tasty outdoor party! Learn how to keep foods safe and make smarter choices for summer meals. Test your BBQ IQ with a fun trivia game. Upcoming dates ...
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This post has been written by Guillermo Mena-Sanchez and co-authored by Nancy Babio and Jordi Salas-SalvadÃ³, from published articleÂ Mena-SÃ¡nchez G, Babio N, MartÃnez-GonzÃ¡lez MÃ, et al.Â Fermented dairy products, diet quality, and cardio-metabolic ...
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Crash diets are bad for your health and most people end up putting the weight back on because theyâ€™re not sustainable.Â Opting for a more permanent diet and lifestyle change can help you shift the pounds for good.The 80:20 diet claims to help people lose ...