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  1. -05-05-09 The Gluten-Free Lifestyle (ABC News)
      "In her new book, "The G-Free Diet: A Gluten Survival Guide," Hasselbeck tells her personal story and tells you how you can start living a gluten-free life."

      "I learned about gluten the hard way. I wrote this book so you don't have to. Most people with celiac disease, like me, have a story to tell. My hope is that in reading mine, and the pages that follow, you will be able to begin your journey to a better body and a better self—without all the heartache (and bellyache!) that I endured for far too long." 05-09

  2. Spastic Colon (
      "Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common problem with the intestines. In people with IBS, the intestines squeeze too hard or not hard enough and cause food to move too quickly or too slowly through the intestines. IBS usually begins around age 20 and is more common in women."

      "IBS is also called functional bowel syndrome, irritable colon, spastic bowel and spastic colon. It's not the same as inflammatory bowel diseases like ulcerative colitis."

      "The best way to handle IBS is to eat a healthy diet, avoid foods that seem to make you feel worse and find ways to handle your stress." 03-09

  3. Spastic Colon (
      "Spastic colon is also called Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Spastic colon often causes either significant diarrhea, or significant constipation. Pain in the stomach may also be constant, adding to the discomfort of those affected. Those with spastic colon may also suffer from frequent urges to defecate, and extremely painful spasms during evacuation of the bowel. Other symptoms include fatigue, weight loss, and dehydration if diarrhea is particularly frequent."

      "Often spastic colon has no known cause." 03-09


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