Tuesday, May 1, 2012

10 Tips To Prevent Stomach Indigestion


Digestive disorders such as bloating, constipation, or heartburn ever experienced by everyone. Indigestion uncomfortable and can even interfere with daily activities. Indigestion could be prevented if you can identify the cause of indigestion and can avoid it.
The following tips are 10 tips to prevent indigestion:

1. Eat slowly. Eat slowly and chew food well. Do not swallow the food in a hurry.

2. Consumption of foods containing high fiber. Add enough fiber in your diet, including grains, beans, and vegetables (green beans, peppers, carrots) and fruits with the skin as possible. Eat a fiber with a minimum amount of 25-30 grams per day to keep you from constipation, weight gain, diabetes, and heart problems.

3. Reduce consumption of meat. Do not eat too much meat can also help improve digestive health.

4. Inadequate fluid needs. Meet the needs of body fluids in the form of water, juice, and soup. Fluid proved to be effective in addressing the problem of constipation, as well as useful to improve overall digestive health.

5. Running for a while after eating. Avoid lying down immediately after eating and if possible a short walk for 10 minutes. This will help to digest food better, in addition to avoiding some digestive problems, such as bloating, food difficult to digest, stomach fullness, and heartburn.

6. Consumption of probiotic foods. Probiotic food is very good for digestive health. Research has shown that probiotic foods, such as whey (milk used to make cheese), idli, and yogurt, may help when you're hit by diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). However, researchers are still working to determine the effects of certain probiotic organisms in a particular health condition.

7. Avoid stress. Stress can aggravate digestive problems such as ulcers, hemorrhoids, and irritable bowel syndrome. Physical activity, such as meditation and yoga, can help calm the nerves so it can help relieve digestive problems.

8. Avoid smoking and alcohol / alcohol. Avoid smoking and drinking during exposure can accelerate the healing of digestive problems.

9. Reduce intake of salt, sugar, and flour. Avoid food three "white", salt, sugar, and flour, as much as possible. Therefore, these materials are the basis of many cause digestive problems.

10. Clean vegetables thoroughly before cooking or eating. Cleaning vegetables and fruits thoroughly before eating and keep the kitchen clean can keep you away from the bacteria, which have direct effects on the stomach


2 comments:

  1. nice posting..support me back pls..ceck it

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  2. i think i have to remember Item#5..

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