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IMPROVE YOUR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM NATURALLY


Hello, readers and friends,

Here are some recommendations for improving the digestive system naturally.

HERE’S THE HARD TRUTH ABOUT DIGESTIVE DISORDER

Overwhelming evidence from the Journal of Food and Nutrition Reseach shows eating a diet high in processed have a direct link to many diseases, including the digestive system.  Most of the processed food contains chemicals and preservative for taste enhancing appearance. Processed foods contain phosphates to preserve shelf life.

Please watch this informative video.

https://youtu.be/RmZwkduUNy0

“You are what you eat”.

The fact is what you eat has a direct impact on future diseases and health issues.

Solution

Improve your digestive system naturally by consuming local organic products and avoiding processed food.

BELOW ARE SOME OF POSSIBLE  DIGESTIVE DISORDERS SYMPTOMS

  • Heartburn
  • Bloating
  • I. B. S. Symptoms
  • Stomach pain
  • Stomach cramps
  • Gut problems

Don’t you hate having these types of disorders?
Because you eat process foods?

Did you discover having Candida Albicans?

    Great for fiber

What is Candida Albicans?

Candida Albicans is the most common types of yeast infection in the mouth, intestinal tract, and vagina.

This is what happens when there is disruption of the delicate balance of the good and bad bacteria;

Also a regular part of your gut flora, a group of microorganisms that live in your digestive tract.

Candida Albicans will develop into leading the commons conditions like:

  • FATIGUE
  • WEIGHT GAIN
  • JOIN PAIN
  • GAS
Vegetable medley

YOU MUST KNOW

Too much acidity, spicy and fatty foods, is going to provoke fermentation that triggers digestive problems.

GOT HEARTBURN?

Cut down on fatty foods, in addition to losing weight and not eating before bedtime, eating less fat can make your stomach less irritable.                                                                                                                                                                        Fats soften the sphincter muscles that close the lower esophagus, making it possible for stomach acids to back up into it.

YOU WANT TO KNOW WHY PROCESSED FOOD IS BAD FOR YOU? 

Unfortunate, because of high unhealthy fats, contain cheap fats, refined seed and vegetable oil ( like soybean oil ).  Hydrogenated seeds which turn them into trans fats.

YOU SEE

Good fiber choice

By eating processed foods, you will consume more sugar, meaning less fiber.

Eating a diet that is highly processed will increase your blood sugar levels very quickly.
And the constant up and down of blood sugar results in the energy crash syndrome.

Eating high sodium foods can trigger water retention, which can balloon you up.

WHAT THE CDC REPORTS SAYS

That 90% of Americans consume more sodium than is recommended for a healthy diet  2,300 mg per day ( 1 teaspoon) for most people.

 

 

 

Recommendation of 1,500 mg/day, for adults over 50 people with diabetes, high blood pressure and high risk of hypertension.

Sodium sneaks its way into the most processed and packaged foods.

ANOTHER INTERESTING STUDY
Was done in the Journal of Food and Nutrition Research
When researchers compared a processed cheese sandwich ( white bread, processed cheese).
With a whole wheat cheese sandwich ( whole grain bread with sunflower seeds and cheddar cheese).
The participants who ate the whole wheat 

sandwich burned 50% more calories.

If you eat food that is not in its natural state then, for sure it is processed food.

ONE OF THE WORST THINGS  YOU CAN DO
Is to eat continually ultra-processed foods.
I must tell you; you need to make the decision, right now to improve your diet.

YOU HAVE TO UNDERSTAND THIS
When you minimize inflammatory foods such as sugar  ( which is in everything ) you have more energy and healthier skin.

Selection of whole grain loaves of bread

TOO MUCH SALT
Also, everything can dehydrate you to the point that it can interrupt your sleep.

EXTREMELY GOOD FOR YOU
Eating nutrient-rich, high-fiber foods leads to having a stronger, healthier digestive system.
That’s less prone to bloating.

LET ME SHOW YOU
How to improve your healthier diet
Combining legumes with whole grains, like rice, or quinoa will be more comfortable to digest.

A plate of mixed grains and vegetables

 

If you eat fruits, veggies, nuts, whole grains, and beans often, they won’t bother you as much as if you eat them sporadically.

I CAN UNDERSTAND IT IS NOT EASY TO CHANGE EATING’S HABITS
But to stay healthy, you need to commit yourself to take action TODAY!

TO KEEP YOUR GUT HAPPY, AND BOOSTING YOUR MOODS
Take friendly bacteria, fiber, an indigestible carbohydrate, eat plenty of fruits, vegetable and whole grains, such as oats, barley, whole wheat, and popcorn.

SO KEEP EATING THE GREEN STUFF

 Avocado

Most adult women should aim for over 20g of fiber a day; men should at least take 30g.

When you change something in your diet, go slowly increasing your fiber a little bit every day.
If you take your fiber too quickly, can cause gas and bloating. So be cautious about that.

LET ME SHOW YOU WHAT IS BEST FOR YOUR GUT

Asparagus is an anti-bloating superfood, well it makes your urine smell little bit stronger, but it also makes you pee, period! Helping you flush all that excess water this will relieve discomfort and bloat.

   Green Asparagus

It also contains Prebiotic, which help support the growth of “GOOD” bacteria. That helps maintain a healthy balance in your digestive system to prevent or reduce gas.

WHAT ARE PREBIOTICS?
Prebiotics are a type of fiber. They are un-digestible plant fibers that already live inside the large intestine.

The more food, or Prebiotics, that Probiotics have to eat, the more efficiently these live bacteria work and the healthier your gut will be.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PROBIOTICS AND PREBIOTICS?
Both Probiotics and Prebiotics help keep your gut bacteria healthy but serve different functions.

             Leeks

PREBIOTIC FIBER

Goes through the small intestine undigested and is fermented when it reaches the large colon.
Prebiotic Fiber can help nourish the growth of good bacteria in your gut.
These substances come from types of carbs ( mostly fiber ) that humans can’t digest.
The beneficial bacteria in your gut eat this fiber.

THAT’S WHY IS SO IMPORTANT FOR YOU
To eat the Prebiotic fiber, like bananas, berries, oats, onions, and garlic.
Jerusalem artichoke, the skin of apples, chicory root, beans peas, dandelion greens, leeks.

Many probiotic foods

Have naturally helpful bacteria, such as yogurt, a high- quality, plain yogurt with live cultures can be a

dandelion for salad
Dandelion for salad

fantastique addition to your diet if you want to add beneficial bacteria.

TRY TO ADD THIS TO YOUR DIET
Cucumber
People use cucumber to reduce puffiness under their -eyes, and you can do the same thing for your belly.

The cucumber contains Quercetin, a flavonoid anti-oxidant that helps reduce swelling.

Cucumber shows to inhibit the activity of pro-inflammatory enzymes.

      Sunchokes

BEST BANANA
Foods rich in potassium, like bananas, avocados. Kiwis, oranges, and pistachios prevent water retention by regulating the sodium level in your body and can thus reduce salt-induced bloating.

BEST PAPAYABANANA
Also have soluble fiber, which can relieve or prevent constipation.

The enzyme contained in papaya (PAPAIN) helps break down proteins in your GI system, which makes digestion easier.
The tropical fruit has, also anti-inflammatory properties, as well as fibers that support a healthy digestive tract.

  Yogurt and fruits

 

KEEP THINGS LIKE THESECanned beans, and legumes, frozen fruits, and veggies on your grocery list, preferably as organic as possible.

BUT AGAIN SKIP
The processed goods masquerading as ” healthy” food.
YOUR BODY WILL THANK YOU

Disclaimer: This information I provided to you, it is not intended to offer professional medical advice or treatment for any condition.
If you have any health problems or are taking any medication, you should seek advice from your healthcare provider prior to any change in your diet.

 

 

 

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