_ Taking care of your diet is an important step in ensuring a healthy digestive system.
_Taking care of your diet is an important step in ensuring a healthy digestive system. It is advisable to increase your intake of vegetables and fruits in your existing diet. Many people find relief in merely modifying their diet to reduce refined carbohydrates such as white flour, white sugar, white bread, noodles and white rice and increasing fiber intake.
According to the American Dietetic Association, we should take about 25 to 35 grams of fiber daily. It is beneficial in regulating bowel movements and adding bulk to the feces. Regular bowel movements are essential in aiding the body in eliminating toxins, and thus improving intestinal and liver health. You may achieve this by consuming a variety of vegetables, fruits and whole grains.
For many years, fresh fruits and vegetables have been used by natural therapists to help cleanse and restore the body to good health. Fresh juices have a distinct advantage over just plain water. Juices contain water, vitamins, minerals and other phytonutrients that cleanse, nurture and strengthen the body. The best fruit juice include apple, grapefruit, grape, lemon, lime, papaya, pear, pineapple, strawberry and suitable vegetable juices are beetroot, carrot, celery, cucumber, gotu kola (pegaga) and watercress.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle such as regular exercise, avoiding both smoking and excessive alcohol consumption and managing stress wisely is important in ensuring good liver health.
You can count on your digestive system to act up once in awhile, causing temporary discomfort. The real concern is that if you're not digesting your food properly, your nutrient absorption can become compromised.
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