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Sharing tips for improving digestion on social media is much more than just a trend; it’s about fostering a healthier, happier community with your followers. Digestive health is crucial as it affects not only our physical well-being but also our mood and energy levels. By posting easy-to-digest (pun intended) tips, we can inspire our followers to make small but impactful changes to their daily routines. Imagine the ripple effect when someone tries a suggestion, experiences positive results, and then shares that success with others—it’s like a wellness wave across the web! This exchange of knowledge builds an online environment where people are motivated by each other’s improvements. Plus, it gives us a sense of communal support, which, mind you, is just as important for our mental health as fiber is for digestion. So let’s continue to share and care; after all, a healthy gut is the foundation of a vibrant life.

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Tips for improving digestion

  1. Exercise – It takes healthy muscle tone all around the abdomen for food to digest properly. Muscle tone helps move food through our digestive tract. Increasing exercise can improve digestion, even if you don’t change what you eat.
  2. Don’t overeat – Overeating any food is taxing on the digestive system and can affect the rate of digestion. It requires the body to expend a lot of energy, adds stress to the system, and forces the body to try to use too many nutrients at once. Practice moderation and only eat until you are three-quarters full.
  3. Take time for gratitude – When you take a few moments before you eat to pause and reflect, either with blessings or gratitude, you are activating the cephalic phase of digestion. Your brain signals saliva to release and stokes your digestive fires. Both are key to proper digestion.
  4. Reduce or eliminate processed foods – These so-called foods are challenging for the digestive system. The body has to supply its own energy and nutrients in order for these products to metabolize, robbing the body of nutrients rather than supplying any. Stick to whole foods as much as possible.
  5. Chew your food – Chewing thoroughly will help any food digest. We complicate digestion whenever we eat on the run or gulp down our food. Slow down, savor your food, and chew it up! (Saliva contains lots of enzymes that aid digestion.)
  6. Eat more fiber – Fiber helps keep your colon healthy. It makes stool soft and bulky, speeds transit time through the colon, dilutes the effects of any toxic compounds, and helps to remove bad bacteria from the colon. Make sure you get both soluble fiber, which absorbs toxins and unneeded cholesterol, and insoluble fiber, which hastens elimination.
  7. Boost stomach acid – Many people have low stomach acid. Heartburn, belching or gas, fatigue, headaches, and much more can all be a result of low stomach acid. Gently boost stomach acid by adding freshly squeezed lemon juice to your water or by drinking one tablespoon of raw fermented apple cider vinegar in water each morning.
  8. Drink water – It’s one of the top nutrients for digestion. The stomach needs water for digestion, especially for the health of the mucosal lining, which supports the small intestine bacteria for proper digestion and absorption of nutrients. Lack of water in the digestive system can result in ulcers, indigestion, heartburn, fatigue, brain fog, memory loss, and constipation.
  9. Add in pro-biotics – We need good bacteria to strengthen the immune system, reduce chronic inflammation, help remedy leaky gut, and more. You can introduce probiotics with supplements or with raw fermented foods like sauerkraut or coconut kefir.
  10. Bring In Digestive Enzymes – You need three categories of enzymes: lipase for fat breakdown, amylases for protein breakdown, and protease for protein breakdown. The best source of enzymes is from foods that are in their live, raw, or sprouted form. Supplementing with digestive enzymes is also an option if digestion is impaired.
  11. Stay hydrated – When you don’t drink enough water, stool hardens. This significantly slows down the digestive process and makes going to the bathroom extremely uncomfortable.
  12. Limit unhealthy fats – Since fatty foods are hard to digest they slow down the process. By fatty foods, this means “unhealthy fats” such as trans fats and saturated fats.
  13. Avoid Alcohol – Alcohol can affect the stomach lining, causing inflammation. It also affects how the stomach empties and alters the amount of acid that is produced.
  14. Boost stomach acid – Boost stomach acid naturally by adding freshly squeezed lemon to your water or by drinking one tablespoon of raw apple cider vinegar in water each morning.
  15. Drinking Water from Copper Cups – Copper plays a role in promoting the rhythmic contraction and relaxation of stomach muscles that aid in the propulsion of waste products (feces) through the intestines for elimination. Additionally, copper possesses antibacterial properties that may eliminate detrimental bacteria within the gut.
  16. Reduce stress – The (sympathetic) state shuts off digestion. Calm your nervous system before eating by breathing into your belly and slowly out 5-10 times. This activates our parasympathetic nervous system so our bodies can digest.
  17. Healthy Fats – Good digestion requires good fat or omega-3 fatty acids. Healthy fats help you feel fuller after meals. The omega-3 fatty acids aid in proper nutrient absorption and decrease your risk of developing inflammatory bowel diseases.
  18. Smaller Meals – Opt for smaller, more frequent meals to ease the digestive process. Large meals can overwhelm your digestive system, leading to discomfort. By eating smaller portions at regular intervals, you reduce the burden on your gut, allowing for smoother digestion.
  19. Did you know? The Pawanmuktasana Pose has many Benefits. This pose strengthens the abdominal muscles and massages the intestines and internal organs of the digestive system, therefore releasing trapped gases and improving digestion.
  20. Don’t Eat Before Bed – Have your last meal at least 3 hours before going to bed. Consuming a large meal close to sleeping can affect digestion and sleep quality. Late-night calories are also more likely to be stored while you sleep instead of burned throughout the day.
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