9 Best Ways to Improve Digestion
What is digestion problems?
The digestive system is an intricate and extensive part of the body. It ranges all the way from the mouth to the rectum. The digestive system helps your body absorb essential nutrients and is responsible for getting rid of waste.
Digestion problems can mean more than unwanted symptoms. Minor problems that are left untreated can lead to more serious, chronic illnesses.
Because there are so many different types of digestion problems, you might mistakenly dismiss them. It’s important to understand common digestion problems, so you know when to talk to a doctor or take the necessary steps to improve your digestion.
- The digestive tract is made up of the esophagus (food tube), stomach, large and small intestines, liver, pancreas, and the gallbladder.
Signs of Problems:
- Nausea and vomiting
- Pain in the belly
- Swallowing problems
- Weight gain or loss
Other Digestive Diseases include:
Gallstones, hemorrhoids, gastritis, gastric ulcers, liver problems such as Hepatitis B and C, liver failure, pancreatitis – just to name a few.
Food intolerance occurs when your digestive system can’t tolerate certain foods. Unlike food allergies, which can cause hives and respiratory problems, an intolerance only affects digestion.
Celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder, is one type of food intolerance. It causes digestive problems when you eat gluten (a protein in wheat, barley and rye). People with celiac disease must follow a gluten free diet to minimize symptoms and damage to the small intestine.
9 Best Ways to improve your Digestion naturally:
Let us look at the 9 best ways to improve your digestion naturally:
Eat Real Food
Eating a diet based on whole foods and limiting the intake of processed foods may be best for optimal digestion.
Get Plenty of Fiber
Soluble fiber is found in oat bran, legumes, nuts and seeds, while vegetables, whole grains and wheat bran are good sources of insoluble fiber. A high-fiber diet has been linked to reduced risk of digestive conditions, including ulcers, reflux and hemorrhoids. Prebiotics found in many fruits, vegetables and grains are another type of fiber that feed your healthy gut bacteria.
Add Healthy Fats to your diet
Studies show that omega-3 fatty acids found in nuts as well as fatty fish like salmon are beneficial.
In addition to water, you can also meet your fluid intake with herbal teas and other non-caffeinated beverages.
Manage your stress
Stress has been associated with stomach ulcers, diarrhea and constipation, therefore incorporating stress management techniques, such as deep breathing, mediation and yoga may improve your digestion system.
Chew your food
Poor chewing has been linked to decreased nutrient absorption. When you chew your food thoroughly, your stomach has to do less to turn solid food into liquid mixture that enters your small intestine.
Regular exercise is one of the best ways to improve your digestion. Exercise and gravity help food travel through your digestive system.
Ditch Bad Habits
Bad habits such as smoking, drinking too much alcohol and eating late at night are not good for your overall health.
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