What Are Adhesions? (Infographic)

How much do you really know about adhesions? Everyone develops this internal scar tissue at some point in their life. We want everyone to know

Low Fiber Diet for Digestive Disorders

Fiber is found in plant foods, such as vegetables, fruits, beans, nuts, legumes, and seeds. It is considered an indigestible carbohydrate. Sometimes when your bowel

Hydrosalpinx: Your Questions Answered

Hydrosalpinx refers to fluid that collects within the fallopian tubes after an injury or infection and affects a woman’s fertility. We recently received several questions

PCOS and the Low GI Diet

As we mentioned in our recent post “At a Glance: PCOS,” a low GI diet is one of the steps in managing polycystic ovarian syndrome.

At a Glance: PCOS

PCOS stands for polycystic ovarian syndrome or polycystic ovary syndrome. It affects as many as 1 out of 15 women.1 According to PubMed Health, PCOS

At a Glance: Bowel Obstruction

What causes bowel obstruction? Adhesions (internal scars) form in the small intestines (small bowel) and sometimes in the large intestines (colon), preventing the body from

Hide & Seek: The Female G-Spot

The latest buzz in the world of sexual health is the potential discovery of the female G-spot. With many believing it to be a major