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Sunday, 26 November 2017

5 Ways to Improve Your Digestion

Digestive health is directly connected with the foods you eat and with the lifestyle you live however by practicing steps to improve your digestive health will helps your digestive system to function properly, and the better digestive system will improve your overall health. When your digestive system is off your health can suffer in all sorts of gastrointestinal disorders so practice these 5 steps to improve your digestion.
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Change your eating habits

The way you eat can affect your digestive system, and by changing few of your eating habits will improve your digestion dramatically.

To improve your digestion, you have to eat in a relaxed environment and focus on only eating. To fully focus, you have to turn off your phone, tab, television and any other object that distract your mind from your food. Try to notice your food tastes, smell, and looks and feels it in your mouth. Try not to eat when your mind is sad or upset. Be sure to chew each mouthful of food thoroughly before swallowing it; this will help your digestive process because breaking down your food mechanically is actually considered to be the first step of digestion. The process of chewing is the simplest step in your digestion but not a point to be taken lightly.

Eat foods that are Rich in Fiber

It is considered to have a meal that is rich in fiber, such as grains, vegetables, legumes, and fruits. A high fiber diet helps to keep food moving through your digestive track and helps to prevent various digestive disorders and helps you to achieve or maintain a healthy weight. You may also include a supplement with fibre such as the Biosphere Digestive Aid.

Incorporate Probiotics into your Diet

Probiotics are some kind of healthy bacteria that live naturally on your digestive track. These microscopic ‘bugs' live in your intestines where they produce vitamins and short-chain fatty acids that feed and nature other beneficial bacteria, are non-pathogenic (non-disease causing) and directly contribute to a healthy gut flora (the community of bacteria in your gut). Probiotics can enhance nutrient absorption, help to break down lactose, strengthen your immune system, and possibly even help to treat irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Some of the sources of probiotics are low-fat yogurt or kefir. 

Stay Hydrated

Having plenty of purified water will help you to have a better functioned digestive system. We need water to digest solid food and absorb nutrients in a correct manner. Lack of water in your body can lead you to dehydration and decrease blood pressure. Drink enough water quantity each day, however, drink at least 3 litres of water per day. But you have to take water between meals rather than with meals to avoid diluting stomach acid which is vital for optimal digestion.

Skip bad Habits and Stay Actively

Avoid smoking, excessive caffeine intake and alcohol from your daily routine and this will helps you to have a better functioned digestive system. Daily exercising and living an active life will also help to have a proper functioned digestive system. Because of compression that occurs due to exercises will help food to move easily through your digestive system. Reducing mental stress will also help you to have a good digestive health.

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