Women's Running

Silence Your Stomach

f you frequently suffer from gastro complaints during athletic pursuits, British researchers might’ve found you a solution. Writing in the , they found that when some recreational runners followed a low FODMAP diet they experienced fewer digestive issues such as bloating and

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