Heal Your Digestion With Foods

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Digestion is important for breaking down food into nutrients, which the body uses for energy, growth, and cell repair. Food and drink changed into smaller molecules of nutrients before the blood absorbs them and carries them to cells throughout the body. so it is important to have a good digestive system so our body can work properly.

About millions of people have digestive problem we can improve this with simple food habbits rather then investing money in medicine. Avoid fast-foods, sugar, and processed oils they’re difficult for your body to digest. Adding healthy foods and drinks in your diet will improve your digestion.

Apple cider vinegar or fresh lemon juice

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Drink glass of water with one table spoon apple cider vinegar or drink lemon juice, it encourages healthy digestion by loosening toxins in your digestive tract, it helps to relieve heartburn, burping, and bloating.

Herbal tea

herbal-tea

Herbal tea consist of herbs like Chamomile, peppermint, ginger, senna etc , herbal teas are helpful in people who are suffering from any digestive problems such as indigestion, formation of gas, stomach aches or any other ailments

Carrots

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The insoluble fiber in carrots helps move food through your digestive tract smoothly, adding bulk to your stool and helping prevent constipation. Insoluble fiber can also lower your risk of some digestive disorders.

Beetroot

Beetroot Juice

It improve digestion by increasing stomach acid levels, which could help reduce bloating, prevent food intolerances, and control yeast and bacterial growth.

Fermented vegetables

Fermented-foods

Fermented vegetables like sauerkraut, kim chi, sauerruben and cortido are excellent alternatives for people with gut issues.

Banana

Banana

Not only do bananas contain fiber, but also contain that special fiber called pectin which has been shown to help decrease and heal stomach ulcers as well as providing a healthy dose of prebiotics for our bodies to utilize as food for the good bacteria in our guts.

Written By:

DEEPTIDeepti Rawat 

Trainee Medical Coder, Delhi