Causes of indigestion and 10 easy steps to fix them

Your body is just trying to clear itself.

Meat and dairy products are difficult to digest because they are high in fat and low in fiber, so they linger in the intestines for a long time.

The same thing happens if you eat a lot of refined grains and flour – it’s hard to digest ingredients that are almost devoid of fiber.

Raw fruits and vegetables contain a lot of fiber, which cleans out the intestines like a broom. If there is a lot of waste in it, they will generate gas, they need to be disposed of.

10 home remedies to improve digestion:

1. To balance your digestion, eat less processed foods, refined grains and flour, and more fresh, high-fiber foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and legumes (beans and lentils). In other words, follow a vegetarian or vegan diet.

2. Also, take probiotics in the form of foods such as yogurt, kefir, sour coconut milk, etc. or in pill form to aid digestion.

3. Eat small meals, and if you get hungry between meals, limit yourself to light snacks like fruits and nuts.

4. Don’t eat late at night – give your stomach at least 12 hours a day to clear out.

5. How many large cups of warm water, drunk first thing in the morning after waking up, will help activate your digestive system.

6. Regular yoga or other exercises, walking and any physical activity help to get rid of gases and improve digestion.

7. Cleanse the intestines, spend a fasting day once a week or a month, or switch to a liquid diet.

8. Massage your belly with warm oil in slow, clockwise circles for 5 minutes, then take a warm bath or shower to help the gases pass.

9. Use medicinal herbs to improve digestion, such as chamomile, mint, thyme, fennel.

10. Digestive health will not happen overnight. Give him time. In the meantime, check with your doctor to make sure there are no deeper causes for your symptoms.

Judith Kingsbury  


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