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Does anybody know how I can clean out my digestive tract?

Does anybody know how I can clean out my digestive tract?

Diet and fluids: Colon cleanses are a gimmick and make alot of money off of people who use them. Eating properly with high fiber diet and drinking plenty of non caffeinated, non alcoholic fluids is all you need to clean the bowel properly. ...Read more

Dr. Ali Yazdy
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Digestive Health (Definition)

Digestive health refers to the proper functioning of the digestive tract, including the stomach, ...Read more


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How to clean out digestive tract from above?

How to clean out digestive tract from above?

PRoper diet and flui: Ds. Colon cleanses are a gimmick and make alot of money off of people who use them. Eating properly with high fiber diet and drinking plenty of non caffeinated, non alcoholic fluids is all you need to clean the bowel properly. ...Read more

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What is a digestive tract and where is it?

What is a digestive tract and where is it?

Digestive tract: It refers to the stomach and the intestines; however it may sometimes include all structures from the mouth to the anus. ...Read more

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What are the six parts of the digestive tract?

What are the six parts of the digestive tract?

Depends: It depends on what you call a part. You could use these however - 1. Stomach, 2. Small Intestine 3. large intestine 4. gallbladder 5. pancreas 6. liver Hope this helps! ...Read more

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How is cleansing done for the digestive tract?

How is cleansing done for the digestive tract?

Diet and fluids: Colon cleanses are a gimmick and make alot of money off of people who use them. Eating properly with high fiber diet and drinking plenty of non caffeinated, non alcoholic fluids is all you need to clean the bowel properly. ...Read more

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How common are illnesses of the digestive tract?

How common are illnesses of the digestive tract?

Extremely: Evrybody has at one time experienced a GI illness--heartburn is very common, as is diarrhea, constipation, gastroenteritis, etc. Most of these are not serious, self-limiting, and usually get better by themselves. Likewise, serious GI illnesses are also quite common, as your gut is about 25 feet long from mouth to anus, and exposed to a variety of environmental insults every day! ...Read more

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What can cause your digestive tract to be off balance?

Define please: I don't understand "off balance?" Viral infections, bacterial infections, medications, disagreeable foods or beverages, and of course infirmities such as diabetes mellitus, IBS, Crohn's, etc. etc. etc. all can knock the GI system off kilter (there I go, using your type of terminology!) HA! So, really anything can affect normal functioning of the GI tract. Why do you ask? ...Read more

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How exactly does food move through the digestive tract?

How exactly does food move through the digestive tract?

From top to bottom: Fodd is chewed (hopefully) in the mouth, and swallowed by coordinated muscular contractions in the mouth and throat, entering the esophagus, where the same muscular contractions push it down to the stomach. Churning action and enzymes, acid break the food chunks into smaller particles that are pushed, again by muscles of the GI tract, through the small intestine, eventually to reach the colon. ...Read more

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How is neutralization accomplished in the digestive tract?

How is neutralization accomplished in the digestive tract?

Acid neutralization: I'm assuming you're asking about stomach acid, which must be buffered before proper digestion of food can take place in the small bowel. The pancreas assists with both functions--by production of bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) that neutralizes stomach acid in the material that enters the small bowel, as well as production of enzymes that work to digest starches and proteins in that ingested food. ...Read more