8 Tips to Improve Your Digestive Health

For some of us, digestive discomfort has become a fact of life, like never getting enough sleep or having too much to do. We complain about everyday ailments such as occasional gas, bloating and irregularity, assuming they are inevitable. But they don't have to be. By paying attention and making a few simple changes, you can help your digestive system do the job it was made to do – absorbing nutrients and keeping things running smoothly. Learn what you can do today to help take care of your digestive system.

Healthy Weight

Studies show that even small weight gains are linked to GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), a condition in which the valve between the stomach and esophagus doesn’t close completely, allowing stomach acid back into the esophagus. Losing even a few pounds eases some of the pressure in your abdominal area and can help reduce heartburn and other discomfort. Start your weight-loss journey today with Dr. Oz's Just 10 Challenge.\r\n

2 Small Kitchen Tools That May Save You Big Time & Space

Both of which are crucial for the holidays.


During the holiday season, your time and kitchen space is more valuable than ever. How can you maximize both to entertain family and serve a delicious meal? Here are two small gadgets that may make a mighty difference.

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