Have you heard that it can take 30 minutes after eating to recognize that you’re full? You reach physical fullness before your brain realizes it, which can leave you feeling not just full but overstuffed. Here’s how to change that.
Did you know that you can eat the skin of a kiwi? It’s true! Here’s how and why the skin can be beneficial to your health.
If heartburn is a familiar feeling, you might have gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Learn what causes this common and uncomfortable condition — and what you can do to stop it.
The variety of vegetables mixed with mangos and oranges gives this delicious kimchi recipe a non-traditional and extra delicious spin.
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Digestive bitters are herbal tinctures said to aid your digestion. But they’re not for everyone. A registered dietitian explains what these elixirs can (and can’t) do for your digestive health.
There’s a simple scientific explanation for the plate-to-poop journey of that corn kernel you gnawed off of a cob. A dietitian at Cleveland Clinic explains why.
Learn the factors that control how long digestion takes, along with how long it takes to digest water and other liquids.