Simple Tips For Healthy Digestion

Simple Tips For Healthy Digestion

Many people face various digestive problems almost all the times. You can prevent these digestive problems and get a healthy digestive system by following these simple tips:

Eat high-fibre foods:

Diet will be balanced if it contains both insoluble and soluble fibre, which keeps the food moving through digestive system. It helps you promote healthy digestion by removing waste from your body. Fibre helps you reduce the risk of colon cancer; controls blood sugar also reduces cholesterol and helps you in managing your body weight.

Keep moving your body:

Exercising regularly keeps the food moving through your digestive tract. Take small walks and avoid using elevator instead of it start using stairs to make you physically active. If you’re an adult then you need no less than 150 minutes of exercise a week.

Eat regularly:

Even on a busy day, take enough time to eat. Do not skip breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner and eat them approximately the same time every day. Eat small meals spread throughout the day. This helps the food to move easily through your digestive tract. Do not have a heavy meal at night as the digestive system may disturb your sleep.

Keep away from foods that upset your stomach:

You may be allergic or find some foods that upset your stomach. Some foods that cause a digestive problem are: spicy, fried, alcohol, dairy products or some gas producing foods.

If you are suffering from any of the problems such as gas, heart burn, celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome or inflammatory bowel disease, then the above mentioned foods should be avoided.


As these specific foods may trigger your health issues and show symptoms, of unhealthy digestion. So in order to get a healthy digestive mechanism, avoid or limit the intake of foods that upset your stomach.

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  • Olivia Stone

    we would really need to have to follow this! as I have read in the Consumer Health Digest that a healthy digestion would give me a reduced risk of colon cancer