Stress, diet can trigger bad bacteria in gut

06/23/2008 | Edmonton Sun (Alberta), The

Eating the wrong foods, not chewing properly, stress and the use of some medications can cause bad bacteria to grow in the gut -- which can lead to gas and abdominal discomfort, according to a nutritionist. Probiotics, which contain good bacteria, can aid digestion and nutrient absorption and ease intestinal gas, diarrhea and constipation.

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