I surely hope that you all are digesting foods much better than I am!
I literally feel my food sitting, what feels like, on top of my tummy for hours while waiting for it to digest. This is one of the most uncomfortable feelings I’ve ever had. It keeps me awake feeling bloated and miserable for hours after eating which sucks because I like to go to the gym at night, and I also eat my biggest meals at night.
Thankfully, there are things that can be done and changes that can be made to assist my overworked digestive system:
Sometimes your body just needs a little assistance when it comes to processing which is where probiotics come in and save the day.
NatureMade Probiotics offer your body the “good” bacteria needed to process/break down your foods after big meals.
A Balanced Diet
These days, it’s hard to understand what it actually means to have a balanced diet, but…
A balanced diet is simply giving your body the essential: nutrients, fruits, veggies, carbs, proteins and grains for healthy functioning.
We all know that diet and exercise go hand and hand, but…
Did you know that exercise actually helps with digestion?
When you’re fit, your digestive system is strengthened by your exercise which essentially takes some of its work-load off. Strengthening yourself by working out and staying fit actually strengthens your internal organs as well. That’s an added perk to working out that should be kept in mind.
Hydration is always key!
We’ve heard it our whole lives, “Drink 8 glasses of water a day”, which, in all honestly should merely be a starting point!
Making water one of the only things you that you drink would be an excellent, but understandably difficult, life change. But, it is definitely one worth trying to make.
Supplementing is, sometimes, the best way to go when you aren’t exactly sure what a balanced diet requires. Luckily for us, Target and Whole Foods have all the vitamins we could possibly need to assist in the areas that we may be lacking when it comes to fruits and vegetables.
Although I can write a post and include as many little tidbits about digestive health as I can without boring you, nothing is better than sitting down and educating yourself on it!