How can I improve my digestive issues?


How can I improve digestive problems?

70% of your immune system is located in the gut. Improving digestive function is the first step to stimulate it and prevent diseases.

Digestion begins before food enters the mouth, just a slight odor triggers the production of saliva from the salivary glands, which contain digestive enzymes that begin to break down simple carbohydrates.

When swallowing, food travels down the esophagus to the stomach where it continues its mechanical and chemical breakdown. At this stage, hydrochloric acid (HCL) plays a major role in protecting us against the bacteria, yeasts, and parasites that accompany ingested food.

When the body's LCH is too low, digestive problems occur, bacteria and yeast have a chance to thrive, preventing nutrients from being properly absorbed.


Good habits to improve bowel function

Daily bowel movements are essential for a healthy body. Detoxifying properly means achieving at least one daily bowel movement, even if there are three of them optimally. To achieve this goal and allow optimal digestive health, I advise you to chew food well, drink between six to eight glasses of water daily, which will help clean the large intestine; avoid products that may cause inflammation or irritation; limit your intake of dairy products and engage in relaxation activities such as yoga, meditation, and acupuncture.

Today, a large number of people maintain unhealthy lifestyles, with a diet in pro-inflammatory foods that favor the development of chronic diseases and digestive problems. The intestine becomes inflamed as a defense mechanism, it is the response that our immune system has when it detects a pathogen, putting into action to eliminate it.

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Detoxify your body

To avoid digestive problems, eliminate from your diet, for the next fourteen days, foods that inflame or irritate the intestine. Among them are: Citrus, dairy, soy, yeast and baked goods, alcoholic beverages, caffeine, junk food, sweeteners and gluten.

The faster you remove these foods from your system, the better you will feel! If you want to know more about digestive function and how to optimize your immune system, as well as other topics of interest, enter our VIP Zone and be part of our community.  


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