How to have a healthy digestive system

Digestion Foods: The Best And Worst Foods For Your Digestive System

Foods that are high in fat, fried and very sweet are the worst. There is a lot going on about gluten free, how much of an impact does gluten have on our bodies? Many people find gluten hard to digest, although they don’t have Coeliac diseases (the immunological condition) where there is an allergic reaction to gluten. The issue for non coeliacs seems to be more that they don’t feel great eating gluten, with bloating and gut discomfort being common.
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High-fiber foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains also help you feel full, which can help lower your chance of overeating throughout the day. Keeping a running tab on the fiber you consume can help give you more energy. 3 Hydrate Water is one of those essential elements for a healthy digestive system. Adequate hydration gives your digestive system the moisture it needs to properly function. Also, sometimes our bodies mistake hunger for thirst, so stay hydrated to prevent unnecessary overeating. Try keeping water with lemon slices around to help boost your intake.
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Digestive health: 10 Tips for getting your digestive system back on track

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Bechtold adds that the fiber in produce has an added benefit of regulating bowel movements. BEST: Whole Grains Whole grain foods, including brown rice and wheat, also contain lots of fiber, making them another top food group good for digestion, King says. (Obviously this advice may not apply for people with chronic conditions like celiac disease or other gluten sensitivities, since wheat contains gluten.) BEST: Bananas While all fruits and vegetables are generally good for digestion, bananas in particular are great because they don’t irritate the stomach. That’s why they’re part of the “BRAT Diet” for vomiting or diarrhea — that is, the bananas, rice, applesauce and dry toast diet. “Those are the four things that tend to be the easiest tolerated amongst people and they tend to be bland, so they won’t irritate the stomach like other foods,” King says.
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