biliary colic noun a condition in which the duct that drains from the gallbladder is intermittently blocked by a gallstone biliary duct noun the bodily tube that drains fluid from the gallbladder bilirubin noun a red pigment in bile bind verb to stick together, or cause things to stick together, so as to form a solid mass binding agent noun an additive that makes prepared food keep its shape and texture binding site noun a cavity on the surface of a protein that contains a pattern of amino acids arranged so that they can form a chemical bond only with a specific molecule binge drinking noun the consumption of an excessive amount of alcohol in a short period of time for the purpose of becoming drunk binge eating noun uncontrolled eating, especially when caused by bulimia binge eating disorder noun a psychiatric disorder in which the person has a compulsion to overeat, but does not purge afterwards binge-purge syndrome noun any disorder in which bingeing is followed by purging, e.g. bulimia bioaccumulation noun the accumulation of substances such as toxic chemicals in increasing amounts up the food chain bioactive adjective producing an effect in living tissue or in a living organism bioavailability noun the extent to which a nutrient or medicine can be taken up by the body bioavailable adjective used for describing the extent to which a nutrient or medicine can be taken up by the body biochemistry noun the chemistry of living tissues biocide noun a chemical designed to kill organisms, especially microorganisms biodiversity, biological diversity noun the range of species, subspecies or communities in a specific habitat such as a rainforest or a meadow bioelectrical impedance analysis noun an accurate method of measuring body fat using an electrical current. Abbreviation BIA
bioflavonoid noun any of various complex chemicals that are widely found in fresh raw fruits and vegetables, thought to protect the body's stores of vitamin C
biofortification noun plant breeding or modification designed to give the food higher nutrient levels biologically active dietary supplement noun a substance used for enriching food that contains nature-identical compounds in a concentrated form. Abbreviation BADS
biological preservation noun the preservation of food such as cheese by the presence of beneficial bacteria already in the food, which prevent others from settling biological value noun a measure of protein quality, expressed as the amount of it that is absorbed and retained in the body. Abbreviation BV
biology noun the study of living organisms
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One of the main home remedies that you need to follow to prevent gallstones is a healthy lifestyle. You need to maintain a healthy body weight to prevent gallstones. The following are the best home remedies that will help you to treat and prevent gallstones.