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Monday, 18 July 2016

Nutrition to Help Enhance Digestive Tract


Nutrition, nourishment or aliment is the supply of important nutrients from food to the cells and organisms - to support life.
Digestive system in the body breaks down the foods we eat, turning them into the nutrients that body needs. Neglecting digestive health might cause digestive problems and issues with absorbing those nutrients from food.

Below are simple things anyone can do to help a digestive tract:

1.Eating foods, high in fiber
2. Limit foods, high in fats.
3. Drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated.
4. Avoid smoking, excessive alcohol and caffeine.
5.Exercise regularly and Manage stress.

 When all the above is not enough, we can turn to nutrition to help a digestive system even more effectively. All the above (and following) also plays an important role in healthy weight loss or body weight maintenance.
  • Ginger herb - "Since low gastric motility has been associated with the digestive symptoms for which ginger is frequently used, if ginger improves the movement of food through the upper digestive tract in people with digestive problems, this could help to explain how it exerts its benefits.
  • Probiotics - Years ago, scientists discovered and proved that taking certain "friendly" bacteria could help clearing up digestive issues like eliminating gas, bloating, and indigestion. Later, new researches revealed different strains of beneficial bacteria role in optimal health, supporting important biological functions, including assisting with digestion, keeping other harmful bacteria at bay and stimulating the immune system. Probiotics are available and can be taken in capsule, liquid, powder, or tablet form.

  • Raw foods - Because they are rich in enzymes, necessary for the digestive system to work. Heating and processing foods causes enzymes to rapidly break down.
Some of the most common digestive enzyme supplements: Amylaze, Bromelain, HCL (Hydrocloric acid), Lactase, Lipase, Ox bile, Pancreatin, Papain, Pepsin, Protease.