Ways For A Better Running Digestive System

Our body’s main functions include the very large digestive system which is the backbone of all other systems running in correspondence with each other. A good digestive system is an indicator of a good immune system as well as it helps the body fight bacteria and other diseases. A poor digestive system is like a bad omen, it will help crumble all the parts and functions of the body. Not only does it cause problems like stomach ache and low immune levels but also low stimulus, and lethargy.

So let us help you to improve your gut system in the following waysInclude probiotics in your diet

Probiotic is some of the good bacteria that helps our intestinal tract in digesting food the proper way. It is recommended to consume probiotic capsules to ensure your digestive system has good bacteria.

Have fibre daily
A lot of people with constipation use fibre in their diet strictly on a regular basis, because it helps with digestion of food and it’s generally a very good idea to include fibre in your diet for prevention of any kind of digestive issues. Dietary supplements are also now available for extra fibre in your system. It also helps prevent obesity and diabetes. In natural foods, fibre is available in nuts and veggies and seeds.

Limit the amount of gluten you have
A major amount of gluten can hurt the system more than help it and it completely unsettles the digestive system. Gluten is found in wheat mainly and although wheat is important too but if it makes you uncomfortable then you should probably try to avoid it or just lessen the intake. Instead, try to eat foods like fish, rice and corn.

Start at breakfast
Don’t let your mornings be without a good healthy breakfast. It is vital for a fresh and happy start to the mornings, it helps us feel happier and enriches our digestive system. Do not go over the top as well with breakfast but do feed the little stomach of yours.

Include superfoods in your diet
Snacking is a must but if you really do want to snack then why not opt for healthier options like nut bars which have loads of nuts and are rich in Omega 3. The sweetness also boosts your mind, so why not give it a try. Your snacking can also include little berries and other fruits.

Try belly breathing
When we are tensed not only do our muscles take a toll but also our stomach. We involuntarily keep it clenched which does not help it in breathing. So we should make it a point in our every day to let some air in our stomach and let it relax a little by belly breathing.

Drink plenty of water
An obvious one. Your digestive system cannot possible function well without a good liquid intake and no liquid intake can ever be better than water. You should at least drink 6-7 glasses of water a day and even more in dry weather.

Chew your food more
Well, this is an old ancient fact that people who take smaller portions and take time chewing it, keep smarter than others. Because when you chew more, half the work of the digestive system is done already and it helps fasten the digestive process which in turns helps us get that flat stomach.

Avoid processed foods
With the new age and less time on our hand, we try to go for more and more processed foods. The more the food is processed the more it takes time and effort for it to digest. Our digestive system works over time and mostly that food does not contains the necessary ingredients that help us in digestion.

MD, Internal Medicine Specialist, F. X. Mayr Specialist

Hasan İnsel

Dr Hasan İnsel is the Senior Advisor for Digestive Wellness Programs of TheLifeCo. He and his experienced MEDIGEN Team organize digestive Wellness Programs, including applications such as Applied Kinesiology, Abdominal Restoration, Cognitive Eating, and Havening-‘Healing the Mind’. Dr İnsel is the founder and president of Turkey-based MEDIGEN (Medipol University Genetic Diagnosis Center) and the founder of Michigan-based ‘International Association of Physicians for Healthy Living LLC’. He is a founding board member of the Vienna-based ESAAM-European Preventive, Regenerative and Anti-aging Medicine Association and a member of the WAAAM-World Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Dr İnsel has graduated from the Istanbul Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul University. He became a Certified Specialist in Modern F. X. Mayr Medicine by the Austrian Medical Chamber.

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