Even Montezuma's revenge
and other diarrheal illnesses don't necessarily change the underlying makeup, or even numbers, of the community of bacteria living in the colon.
Traveller's diarrhoea is known by a host of amusing names including Montezuma's Revenge
, Delhi Belly, and the Santa Ponsa Two Step.
," "Delhi belly," and other variants of travelers' diarrhea can be prevented with chewable bismuth-containing tablets, reported Dr.
1922: Montezuma's Revenge
(n Informal an acute attack of infectious diarrhoea)
Stomach guardians that ward off Montezuma's Revenge
before you notice a single symptom--permanently, because the microbes are symbiotic with you, and live throughout your digestive system.
I longed for a reference to the source for the statement that the passacaglia 'came from the Aztecs--the vanquished Montezuma got his revenge, after all, by conquering an entire continent through music'--a new and more appealing definition of 'Montezuma's revenge
Traveler's diarrhea, long known by such names as Montezuma's revenge
, was recently defined in the pages of the New England Journal of Medicine as diarrhea that occurs when a person living in an industrialized region travels to a developing or semitropical country.
19 AIDS-antibody-positive individuals need to know that they are at a greater risk for serious consequences from what tourists jokingly refer to as "Montezuma's Revenge
' or the "Aztec Two-Step.' If you must visit Third World countries, take bottled water and avoid raw foods.
A low point of a sort was reached in 1979, when President Jimmy Carter shocked a Mexican audience with his reference to "Montezuma's revenge
." His apology should have signaled a change in U.S.
The others include flight delays and three days in the loo with Montezuma's Revenge
, the Tijuana Twostep or (when in Russia) the Trots.
I wonder what visitors who come here think of Montezuma's revenge