digestive issues

It takes around three hours to digest and expel fruits, six hours is required time for this process when it comes to vegetables and a whopping 18 hours for grains. It’s no wonder that we tend to gain weight, have problems with digestion, and get sick from many diseases nowadays.

We tend to eat grains a few times per day. This means that we throw in a fresh amount of grains even though the body hasn’t finished digesting the previous meal. Last meal didn’t exit through stool. It rots and decays inside. It grows fungus, mold, and viruses inside the small intestine.

You are what you eat. Don’t eat too soon after the previous meal, especially if the previous meal was heavy on grains or processed food.

Everything that doesn’t come from mother nature, which includes all processed foods, is extremely hard for the body to digest and eliminate. Make sure that you eat processed foods only occasionally. If they’re the part of your everyday diet, soon enough they can cause problems in the form of digestive issues, and constipation is the mother of all diseases.

  1. February 1, 2019

    Apart from the reason mentioned in the article above that we give our body the another round of food to digest before it has completed the processing for first meal; too-large particles of food can flood your intestines, leading to digestive upset. Eating too much can also lead to indigestion. When you over-fill your stomach, you may increase the risk of acid reflux. Food trapped in your intestines may lead to an overproduction of gas, which can cause bloating and abdominal pain.

  2. February 23, 2019

    Such helpful stuff! Too-large particles of food can flood your intestines, leading to a digestive upset. Eating too much can also lead to indigestion. When you over-fill your stomach, you may increase the risk of acid reflux. Food trapped in your intestines may lead to an overproduction of gas, which can cause bloating and abdominal pain. Thanks and keep up the great work!

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