A Woman's Guide to a Healthy Stomach: Taking Control of Your by Jacqueline Wolf

By Jacqueline Wolf

Why do my denims healthy merely within the morning? Why am I continuously guzzling Pepto-Bismol prior to an important assembly? may possibly my PMS cramps suggest whatever serious?
Here, eventually, are the solutions to those questions, and countless numbers extra, concerning the nagging belly difficulties that plague such a lot of ladies. during this reassuring consultant, Dr. Jacqueline L. Wolf, a number one professional within the box of gastrointestinal wellbeing and fitness, explains the factors and treatments for women's most typical digestive diseases (including bloating, constipation, diarrhea, acid reflux disorder, IBS) and extra critical, life-altering stipulations like Crohn's ailment and endometriosis. This candid booklet bargains with delicate concerns in a down-to-earth manner and eradicates as soon as and for all of the secrecy and disgrace surrounding those pressing difficulties.

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