The foods you consume are broken down by your digestive system into the nutrients your body needs. If you ignore your digestive wellbeing, your body will have difficulty processing certain vital nutrients.
Author: Dr. Sarmed Sami
MBChB, MRCP, PGCME, PhD Consultant Gastroenterologist
Founder and Director of Digestive Health UK. https://digestivehealthuk.com/
Your digestive health is directly influenced by the things you consume and the way you work. Taking action to enhance your digestive health will improve your general health and well-being by allowing your digestive system to perform more efficiently.
Don’t know where to begin?
To keep things going smoothly, try adding these tactics into your everyday routine:
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One of the most essential processes of the human body is the digestive system.
It becomes very difficult to maintain optimal health as this mechanism is unable to adequately digest food and assist the body in absorbing nutrients. Not only does poor digestion affect your gut, but it also has an effect on your metabolic, immune, and nervous systems. And if your diet is well healthy, if your gut isn’t working well, it will affect the body’s nutrient intake and, as a result, its energy production.
- Reduce the diet of chocolate, fried foods, and unhealthy foods. One of the most common causes of bloating is fatty foods.
- Fat delays the act of emptying the stomach, which may make you feel more full.
- Avoid overeating and make sure your diet has lots of fiber-rich vegetables, sprouts, and fruits.
- When eating, chew the meal deeply. Meat and water can not be gulped down.
- Stimulants such as tobacco, caffeine, fructose, carbonated beverages, and white flour should be avoided.
Drink at least three litres of clear water a day to keep yourself hydrated. Dehydration delays the lymphatic system and prevents waste from being removed from the body. Herbal teas can help to improve digestive health. It’s been shown that chamomile, ginger, peppermint, green tea, dandelion leaf, and lemon tea can help with digestion.