There S A Brain In Your Belly

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The belly is much more intelligent than we’ve been taught to believe. I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase, “Follow your gut.” In fact, we have lots of terms like that in our language: *a gutsy person *gut-level feeling *gut it out *have the guts *trust your gut It turns out that these slang phrases actually […]


Seo Is An Seo Marketing Career For You

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An SEO marketing career is not for everyone. For one thing there are risks to being an SEO affiliate marketer as there are no guarantee that you will have sales. No business is foolproof and the same goes for an SEO business that is based on affiliate marketing. In order to succeed at SEO marketing […]


7 Things You Can Do Today To Get Rid Of A Beer Gut

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There is much hype and misinformation surrounding the subject of how to get rid of a beer gut. If you can get past the infomercials selling their ab machines, diet supplements and magic pills you’ll have a much better chance of actually seeing some proper results and holding on to the money in your pocket. […]


Causes Of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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No one will give you a specific cause of IBS. Some experts think IBS is a Motility Disorder. This suggests that IBS patients have an oversensitive or hyperactive gut and will react to changes influenced by stress, food and hormones. With the typical chaotic bowel habit of IBS, it is not surprising that it is […]


Going With Your Gut How To Self Calibrate

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The Oxford English Dictionary defines intuition as “the immediate apprehension of an object by the mind without the intervention of any reasoning process”. Isaac Asimov said of it, “Intuition is the art, peculiar to the human mind, of working out the correct answer from data that is, in itself, incomplete or even, perhaps, misleading.” How […]


Gastrointestinal Stasis What Is And Why It Is So Dangerous For Some Rabbits

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Gastrointestinal stasis (or G.I. stasis) is a serious and potentially fatal condition that occurs in some rabbits in which gut motility is severely reduced and possibly completely stopped. Treatment should be sought immediately from a veterinarian specializing in exotic animals and with significant rabbit experience. When untreated or improperly treated, G.I. stasis can be fatal […]


Dog Worming

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Dog Worming. Regular worming is essential to protect your dog against internal parasites. This involves giving it preparations in liquid or tablet form. Adult dogs should be wormed at least once a year, and at least once every six months if in contact with children. Dogs showing any signs of infection should be wormed immediately […]


What Is Leaky Gut Syndrome

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Leaky gut syndrome in conjunction with autism is still being researched; a number of studies and research are under way to better understand how the syndrome starts, why it can be prevalent in autistic children, and how to treat it. Simply, leaky guy syndrome is the inability of the intestinal wall to keep out large, […]