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Conference: Understanding & Managing Inflammatory Bowel Disease 2015

You’re invited to attend this free educational forum, presented by the GI Society, a registered charity. We welcome persons with inflammatory bowel disease and their support circles, as well as health care professionals. A gastroenterologist and a registered dietitian will discuss the physical and emotional effects, nutritional needs, and treatment options.

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Children with Reflux (GERD)

25 May, 2015 No Comments

Whether your child is a toddler or a teenager, they will occasionally suffer from diarrhea, upset tummy, excessive burping, abdominal pain, or heartburn. Sometimes stress from a big event in a child’s life – such as the first day of school, exams, or a sporting event – triggers a digestive upset. However, when digestive disturbances […]

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Burping and GERD

25 May, 2015 No Comments

People with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) tend to burp or belch more than those people without GERD. To see if excessive gas intake worsens GERD, researchers in the Netherlands examined this phenomenon. As reported in the American Journal of Gastroenterology, to investigate, the researchers measured pressure, liquid, and acidity in the esophagus of 12 people […]

GERD on the Rise

GERD on the Rise

25 May, 2015 No Comments

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a common, chronic condition caused by the backflow of stomach contents, such as gastric acid, into the esophagus. The main symptoms include a burning, pressure-like sensation in the chest (heartburn), the sensation of food or liquid rising up the esophagus, and a bitter or sour taste in the mouth. Less […]

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GERD and Heartburn Tips

25 May, 2015 No Comments

If you suffer from frequent heartburn, the most common symptom of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), then even the most basic day-to-day life activities can affect your condition. What were once regular habits; such as eating, sleeping, and exercise, can be either aggravators or alleviators. The best approach for alleviating symptoms is a balanced lifestyle of […]

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Diet and GERD

25 May, 2015 No Comments

What is Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease? Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) is the back flow of stomach contents into the esophagus. It occurs as a result of hiatus hernia (protrusion of part of the stomach through the diaphragm into the esophageal area), reflux esophagitis, abdominal pressure associated with obesity, or pregnancy pyrosis (heartburn). A ring of muscle […]

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May 29th is World Digestive Health Day

29 April, 2015 No Comments

From time to time, everyone suffers from some form of digestive discomfort. For some of us, these events are not occurring often, but for others, cramps, bloating, heartburn, constipation, etc. are symptoms with which they must deal almost every day. In Canada, it is estimated that over 20 million people suffer from digestive disorders every […]

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The Gastrointestinal society and SOSCuisine: an outstanding partnership

As the spotlight is on celiac disease in the month of May, it gives me great pleasure to announce our partnership with the Gastrointestinal Society (GI) Society. The aim of this registered charity is to provide patients and professionals with the best information on gastrointestinal diseases and disorders and to support medical research in this […]

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Be careful about what you drink

23 April, 2012 No Comments

If you are following our GERD menus, you don’t have to worry about the ingredients in the meals. In fact, we avoid any food that irritates the oesophagus such as tomatoes, citrus fruits, mint and chocolate, and we limit the use of fats, fermentable foods and spices.