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  • Improve Your Digestive System

    Our digestive system is one of the most important parts of our body. It ensures that all the food that you eat is digested properly and the nutrients absorbed and transported to where they need to be. It also ensures that your immune system is up and running efficiently. Without the proper nutrients, you will find yourself falling sick way too fast, way too often.

    So, if you’re a walking zombie, feeling bloated and lazy all the time with a bunch of acid reflux floating around, try some of these tips:

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    Probably the fastest and easiest way to get a whole bunch of nutrition in one go. Just fill up a blender with your favorite fruits and vegetables, blend and drink. This will instantly give you an alkaline boost to help you counteract that acidity and to give your digestive system some much needed nutrients. Bonus: If you can manage to swap out one whole meal for a healthy green juice, you will lose fat and give your digestive system a much-needed break.

    Have you ever noticed that when you are ill, your appetite goes down? This isn’t just mere coincidence. Your body makes you feel less hungry so that it can devote time to healing your body and getting rid of all the bacteria/infection rather than spending all that time and energy on digesting food. If you fast for a few hours, your digestive system gets a much-needed rest and can instead spend time on healing itself and recovering your digestive enzymes. I would recommend you start with 12 hours of fasting and work your way up to 16-18 hours. Don’t fast for a period longer than 24 hours though, you need SOME kind of energy.

    Eat more fermented foods/probiotics

    Probiotics are all those millions of good bacteria that live within your intestines. They help to digest food and absorb nutrients. A lot of factors these days can contribute to a loss of good bacteria within the gut such as antibiotics, alcohol, stress, etc. Therefore, replenish them by eating fermented foods such as kimchi, kefir, yogurt, sauerkraut, etc.

    If you’ve just gotten off a course of antibiotics, I would recommend supplementing with a good quality probiotics for at least 2-3 weeks to get your enzymes and bacteria back in balance.
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