Fiber

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April 11, 2017

How to Make The Colon Happy

Is your colon happy? Yes, you read that right. The question was: Is your colon happy? Think about it. You spend so much of your time making sure you’re building a happy home, a happy family, a happy childhood for your kids. You worry if your boss is happy with your work. You may even wonder if your bank account is happy. But you likely never think about whether your colon is happy. But the truth is when your colon is unhappy, you’re unhappy. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, there are a number of steps you can take to ensure that your colon is healthy. And the great thing about colons is that when they’re healthy, they’re happy. Here are some valuable tips from gastroenterologists in Queens that can help you turn your colon’s frown upside down.
May 20, 2016

How to Prevent Gas

It’s Friday at your workplace and the boss is out for the day.  Someone suggests doing Mexican food for lunch and soon all the employees are making a mad dash for the door.  You feast on all that tasty fare and head back to work, however, the rest of the day you swig water until you are sure you can hear that water sloshing around inside of you.  Blame it on the spicy salsa and a few too many warm tortilla chips.  But, not only that, you want to loosen your pants because you feel like a balloon about to burst – must’ve been the refried beans!  Mexican food sure is tasty, but everyone jokes about beans and their aftereffects.
March 24, 2016

Natural Ways to Prevent Constipation

Constipation is a problem for many people, it is something that can have a direct impact on our overall health and can also cause long term damage to our bodies.  Constipation can be a sign of an unhealthy diet or stress or that you aren’t getting enough water or it can be a sign of another medical condition.  If you are constipated often you should go to a gastroenterologist in Flushing and get a check up. The recent death of character actor, Abe Vigoda, caused the media to haul out sound bites and videos of some of his most memorable scenes.  Of course, there was dialogue of Vigoda playing Tessio in “The Godfather”, as well as his character Fish in the “Barney Miller” series.  But oddly enough, many of the sound bites and still shots of Fish in “Barney Miller” had that character’s hand dipping into a box of prunes while extolling their virtues.  He said “I’ve been eating prunes for 40 years.  When I was 13, I gave a girl a necklace of prune pits. Her mother thought I was into voodoo.”
March 23, 2015

Health Benefits of Fiber

Nothing can slow you down more than sluggish digestion. Okay, so regularity may not be the hot topic around the water cooler or at that trendy party you went to last weekend. But it’s definitely something that everyone in Queens, and throughout the country for that matter, thinks about on a regular basis. A slow digestive tract is sure to ruin what could otherwise be a dynamic afternoon loaded with fun and activity. And if you’re not getting enough fiber in your diet, you’re likely having more of those sluggish days than ever. Eating the proper amount of fiber is vital to well-functioning digestive organs. And, while a properly performing digestive system is critical to a well-functioning body, it’s not the only system in the human body that needs fiber. According to recent studies, fiber can lower the risk of myriad health problems, including heart disease and diabetes. Here’s more information from top GI doctors in Queens on the many health benefits of fiber and why you need to ensure that everyone in your family gets enough of it every day.