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  • Dietitian showed viewers why they may need a fiber supplement
    Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Erin Judge brought a variety of fruits and vegetables to the set of Nashville’s NBC affiliate daytime talk show, Today in Nashville. That’s not a surprise. Judge always encourages people to make healthy food choices. The show’s hosts however were shocked that her colorful display represented just a day’s worth of fiber. This, she explained, is why many of us may need a fiber supplement. […]
  • Teach your kids about healthy poop shapes
    This guide will help you teach your kids about healthy poop shapes, and provide some tummy-soothing tips to keep their digestive systems at its best. […]
  • The perfect printable poop guide
    There are seven common poop shapes. Some indicate superb digestive health; others, not so much. […]

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