How to have a healthy digestive system?

If your digestive system is weak then you eat anything, try ways to make health from anyone, or take home remedies to make health from anyone, your health cannot be created in one day

One of the main reasons for poor health is the malfunction of the digestive system. To become healthy, it is very important to have a strong digestive system.

The digestive system works to divide the nutrients obtained from food into different parts of the body so that all the organs of the body can function smoothly. If the digestive system is bad, then the body elements obtained from food will not be able to get it properly and your food and drink will not enter the body and will come out through the stool.

Nutritional deficiencies in food

One of the main reasons for not being healthy is the lack of nutrients in the food. Nutrients like proteins, carbohydrates, and fats are not present in sufficient quantities in the daily diet of some people, due to which their health remains bad. To maintain health, you should eat nutritious food, which should contain all these nutrients. 

You must have seen many such people around you who eat and drink a lot, exercise too much but still their health is not able to be formed and their body remains lean, thin, and weak. This happens only because of a weak digestive system.

Now the question comes that if the digestive system is weak then how to strengthen the digestive system or how to make the digestive system strong. Here are the ways to strengthen the digestive system, with the help of which you can make your digestive system strong.

Always eat the food by sitting comfortably and chewing it, chew the food so much that half of its digestion takes place inside the mouth. Drinking enough water throughout the day is the easiest way to strengthen digestive power. Do not eat too much food in one go. Instead of having heavy meals twice a day, eat light meals 3-4 times a day. Always eat food on time. Fix a fixed mealtime and eat at the same time every day. Do not consume oily food and fast food, they lack nutrients and make the digestive power weak. Include nutrients like proteins, carbohydrates, healthy fats, and fiber in adequate amounts in the diet. Take the help of yoga for digestive power, there are some yoga asanas that are helpful in strengthening the digestive system. Along with yoga, do regular exercise and be active throughout the day, as well as stay away from alcohol, bidi, cigarette, and tobacco, etc.

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Dr. Rati Parwani

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