Achieving excellent nutrition on a daily basis takes a lot of effort, discipline and dedication. If we adopt good practices, we can avoid problems Health serious diseases such as obesity and diabetes. With this in mind, experts recommend frequent exercise, not drinking too much alcohol and stress control.
Starting from this premise, today we will talk about Healthy habits for the care of the digestive system. AND indigestion It causes constipation, bloating, gas and weight gain. So pay attention. Let’s start!
How important is digestion
It’s no secret that the body needs nutrients from food and drink to stay healthy. This is where the role of the digestive system comes into play, because “It chemically breaks down nutrients into small enough parts so that the body can absorb the nutrients and use them for energy, growth and cell repair. bad National Institutes of Health (NIH)part of the US Department of Health and Human Services.
How to improve digestion
Now Gazette of Mexico provided some homemade tricks or advice on how to ‘avoid’ stomach problems. First of all, apply a A balanced diet It is fundamental. For this very reason, you must eat more protein-rich foods (eggs, lentils, fish and chicken meat) daily to increase satiety and reduce appetite.
In this sense, they recommend eat without distraction and slowly, that is, avoid reading or checking your cell phone in order to fully enjoy your meal and prevent unhealthy eating behavior. They also advise Sleep tightbecause lack of sleep can lead to overeating.
Likewise, water is a great ally for proper functioning digestive system, because it is responsible for diluting the nutrients in the food and transporting them inside the cells. According to the media, drink half a liter of water for half an hour before meals reduces calorie intake.
The content provided is not intended to replace professional medical consultation. If you are not sure about your health or the health of a family member, consult a doctor. The same way if you have an allergic reaction.
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