Buttermilk

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Buttermilk may commonly be used as a culinary ingredient, but it is also beneficial for certain health conditions, primarily those that affect the stomach and gastrointestinal system. Appendicitis afflicts the appendix, but it can also be significantly impacted by the gut. Buttermilk has a number of anti-inflammatory and soothing effects within the gut, and the high concentration of animal fats in buttermilk can help eliminate swelling and pain in other parts of the body as well. Buttermilk should be consumed in moderate quantities if you are suffering from pain in your appendix.

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