In modern Western society, digestive problems have become part of our daily routine. This can lead to painful states like constipation, flatulence or cramps or even to chronic complaints like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). However, there is a lot that you yourself can do to improve your digestion! By changing your lifestyle, eating habits and possibly your choice of foods, you will feel much better and enhance your quality of life.
Here some effective tips to improve your digestion:
- Eat a diet high in fiber and rich in whole grains, vegetables, legumes and fruits. It will saturate you and help to keep food moving through your digestive tract; besides, blood sugar level will rise slower.
- Drinking is important for digestion! We need water to digest solid food. Fiber pulls water into the colon to create softer, bulkier stools, allowing them to pass through more easily. Drinking too little during the day might be one of the reasons for constipation.
- Do something for your body – exercise regularly! This is another way to reduce constipation because regular exercise helps keep foods moving through the digestive system.
- Focus on your meals and eat in a relaxing environment – undisturbed by digital devices and other interferences. Try a more relaxed lifestyle and avoid stress as much as possible.
You will see: By changing some eating and lifestyle habits, your digestion and overall well-being might improve dramatically!
Healthy gut – Healthy body
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