Saturday, 11 October 2014

Tips For how to Improve Your Digestion.

Many people suffer from digestive issues, such as constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, bloating. Many of these condition can be avoided by following a healthy doctor recommended diet. Having poor digestion can lead to many unpleasant health problem that can over time gets all health symptoms, that can effect your life style and your happiness. All most 75% population must be suffer from poor digestion.

Some of the symptoms of a poorly functioning digestive system are constipation, excess gas, bloating, loose bowel movements, acne, skin rashes, stomach pain headaches, migraines, irritability, lower back pain, low energy and tiredness. Nutrients from food you eat which can lead to low energy and poor digestion. If you can change some simple food eating habits that can give you more happiness in your life and more energy. 

Some people have very easily corrected their digestive function with simple changes, and others who have far more complex digestive challenges, where it takes working together closely to find and implement that works for them.
No netter how bad your digestion is now. There are always ways to improve your digestion and help it to function more easily, and efficiently. Here is some easy to implement tips to get you stared.  

Ensure you are sufficiently hydrated with pure water and fresh fruit and vegetable juices. 
Hydration is key for an optimally functioning body and helps to flush waste out of the body that could be hindering efficient digestion. Always drink the majority of your water and especially fresh fruit and vegetables juices on an empty stomach, not with or after eating. This helps the hydration go straight into your cells and ensures the digestive fire required to digest solid foods is not diluted with liquids. One of the easiest and most powerful tips for boosting digestion is to not eat straight away upon waking. Instead, focus on drinking a lot of good quality water and some fresh vegetable juice after that. This will help your body to excrete the waste from the previous day before loading up on more food.
Eat when you’re hungry and eat until satisfied, not stuffed. 
The majority of people today eat according to a schedule – it’s 7am, so it’s breakfast time. It’s your lunch break, so it’s time for lunch. While routine is helpful in our busy world we've become so attached to certain social formalities and ideas around eating that we're often eating when we're not even hungry, or overeating past the point of comfort. This is a recipe for slow and inefficient digestion. Of course in today’s world, there are some circumstances in which eating is dictated by your job or, but you can still choose to eat only the amount you feel ready for at those times or to have easily digested foods with you like fresh juices, smoothies, fruits, vegetable sticks, salads, avocado. Tune in to your body’s signals for when it’s hungry and when to stop eating. This is a daily practice that takes time and commitment to master. Over time it will increase your presence, knowledge of your body, emotions and food attachments, help you to maintain a balanced weight, higher energy and yes, improve your digestion.

Get your digestive fermented foods.  
These can really assist your digestive function, especially if your diet includes animal products, refine sugar, refined carbohydrates or a lot of fats, even healthy fats (and of course processed foods!). They also will help you to assimilate more nutrition from the foods you are eating with them.. These must be the unpasteurized kind found in the refrigerated section at your health food store, not the canned or jarred kind with added sugars and vinegar. Enjoy a half cup with each meal.
Constipation is a very common problem and estimated to be the cause for approximately millions doctor visits every year. Constipation is hard,dry that are difficult or painful to pass and which may be accompanied by bloating and discomfort. Chronic dehydration, luck of exercise, and low amount of dietary fiber can all lead to the development of constipation. Drinking enough water each day and avoid caffeine can help prevent dehydration. At least 30 minutes of exercise every days of the week is recommended for better overall health as well digestion. Even brisk walking is better then no aerobic activity. There should be enough fiber in your diet to insure that stools are soft and pass painlessly and easily.
Reduce stress in your life. Stress has been shown to cause weight gain, constipation, diarrhea, and lowered immune system. Yoga, Meditation, bath and other relaxation techniques can help you to handle stress and inadvertently help your digestion. 
Keep Track of your digestive habits. Use a journal to write down what you eat and any increase or reduction of symptoms that you experience. You may only need to change 1 to 2 things about your diet to improve your overall digestion. 
Use herbs for digestive support. 
I like my food with Indian spices and herbs, but you can use any herbs, which is you like.
In morning one cup warm water with half lemon juice, it's helps you to move your normal bowel movement each day, and you fill fresh all day long.
I like Indian tea with spices (Chai Masala) and fresh ginger in morning.    
I love to mix 1 heaping teaspoon in a mug with vanilla stevia and a pinch of cinnamon, or with a little fresh almond milk and raw honey. So good! 
Peppermint and ginger are also wonderful herbs to support digestion. They're best when you use fresh mint and fresh ginger slices in a big pot of hot water and let it sit for at least 10 minutes before drinking. Add a dash of raw honey and it tastes amazing!
I hope you enjoy these tips…a healthy gut leads to a much more enjoyable and happy life! 

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