Some vegetables are so similar looking that you can easily mistake one for the other. If you’ve never or rarely eaten turnips or rutabaga, you may think they are the same vegetable, especially since they look a lot alike. And they look a lot alike because one is a cross between the other and another ⭐ Continue ReadingDifference between Turnip and Rutabaga
Have you ever eaten a banana that wasn’t quite ripe, either a little green at the stem or maybe too firm, and felt sick afterwards? Maybe you had a stomach ache, nausea or felt bloated and started burping uncontrollably. Or it could have been that you had diarrhea a few hours afterwards or felt your ⭐ Continue ReadingAre Unripe Bananas Bad for You?
The peahen is the female bird of the peafowl species, a pheasant-like bird known for its attractive plumage with iridescent or metallic green, blue, gold or copper colors. The hen is the female bird of the domestic chicken and related to the peahen. Both birds lay edible eggs, fitted for human consumption. Chicken eggs are ⭐ Continue ReadingPeahen Eggs vs Chicken Eggs
Normal bowel movement color is brown, usually a medium-dark brown. Any color except this is not necessarily normal and can indicate a hidden pathology, either a sensitivity or intolerance to certain foods, an adverse reaction to medication or various disorders and conditions. Green stools for example can be caused by a number of things, from ⭐ Continue ReadingGreen Stools: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
Diarrhea after eating can happen to anyone at any time. Sometimes it’s infectious in which case nausea, vomiting and fever may also occur. Other times it’s a reaction to either a high fiber intake, eating too much fat, mixing foods that don’t go well together or eating problematic foods that you may have a bad ⭐ Continue ReadingDiarrhea after Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner
The human gastrointestinal system is home to trillions of microorganisms, mainly bacteria, but also fungi and protozoa. And they all make up a freestanding ecosystem also referred to as the gut flora. Gut bacteria are the ones that affect our health the most, usually in mutually beneficial ways. Digestive bacteria feed off of what we ⭐ Continue ReadingHow Gut Bacteria Affects Your Health
When you have diarrhea after eating and drinking, it can be caused by a number of reasons, from slightly irritant foods that hurry transit time like coffee to high probiotic foods like soured milk or high fiber foods like almonds. Causes may range from foods being simply not good for you or not fresh, in ⭐ Continue ReadingDiarrhea after Eating: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment