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IBS Wiping You Out? Here’s a Tip. Irritable Bowl Syndrome is one of the most common causes of stomach aches. Although there is no sure fire reason why IBS exists, it is said that it is most likely triggered by stress levels.When we feel stress, the majority of us feel it in our stomachs, either in the form of anxious butterflies or a jarring knot. Sound familiar?Life can be tough sometimes! So to say just cut out the stress, and you’re IBS will…

…place in the kidneys. This becomes impaired with decreased kidney function, and the kidney’s ability to convert vitamin D naturally decreases as we age; • Digestive tract issues - some conditions such as Crohn’s and IBS can impair ability of the intestines to absorb vitamin D (and other nutrients) from food; • Obesity - fat cells take up vitamin D readily from the circulation (as it is a fat-soluble vitamin), thus decreasing its availability…

…blood cells. This is known as iron-deficiency anemia, and can occur with:• insufficient dietary intake of iron• decreased absorption of iron from intestinal tract due to gut inflammation (e.g., irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), colitis, celiac/gluten sensitivity) • increased loss due to bleeding (chronic loss from regular heavy menstruation, undetected gastrointestinal bleeding, or acute loss such as from giving birth, surgery, or trauma) Without…

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