Today, so many of us suffer from digestive problems. To solve these problems, we wont once think of hos important it is to change the food that we eat. Instead we will continue to eat as we do, and we will spend lots and lots of money on enzymes, antacids or laxatives to achieve relief.
The answer to get rid of your digestive problems is right under your nose. In order to achieve good health, you need to have a well functioning digestive system, and this system can be achieved if you eat the right food.
Below are a few foods you can include in your diet, not only to achieve a well functioning digestive system, but also overall good health.
Cultured veggies like kimchee, pickles and sauerkraut are known to be excellent detoxifiers. They may sound a little daunting, but they are easily available and very easy to make as well. They are known to have a very high level of probiotics, which help in breaking down and then eliminating heavy metals and other harmful toxins as well from the body.
Native to Guatemala and Mexico, chia seeds are known as super foods as they are a very rich source of antioxidants and nutrients. These seeds are tasteless, white, black or brown and are a fabulous source of essentials like omega 3 fatty acids, minerals and antioxidants. Just two tablespoons of chia seeds are known to provide your body with 10 grams of fiber, which helps your body to reduce inflammation, lower cholesterol and also regulate bowel movement.
Coconut oil, when at room temperature has a nutty and sweet taste. It is the ideal substitute if you do not wish to use oil or butter. It is beneficial because it is known to have antimicrobial properties, fatty acids that can help improve digestion, increase levels of immunity and also increase levels of metabolism.
Zucchini is a great vegetable that helps you satiate your hunger and is extremely hydrating too. It helps in detoxifying your body and helps with digestion too. The high fiber content helps clean the digestive tract and intestines.
Include these foods in your diet as only the correct changes in your food habits is going to help you achieve a healthy digestive system. You could speak with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist or a Homeopath to learn about foods and a natural way of life to stay healthy and active.