Description: A condition in which the yellow bile (which is very bitter) is brought up to the mouth from the stomach.

Persons most commonly affected: All age groups and both sexes.

Organ or part of body involved: Stomach, pancreas, liver, the intestines and gallbladder.

Symptoms and indications: Nausea, abdominal discomfort, loss of appetite, headache and constipation.

Causes and risk factors: The improper breakdown and processing of food causing an upset stomach.

Prevention: Avoid fried foods, rich curries, animal fats, and milk.

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