The lemon you drink in the morning will boost the production of digestive juices, and the ginger will relax the digestive tract and allow food to flow through it without interruption.
Digestion begins in the mouth, saliva, and chewing decompose food and facilitate travel to the stomach.
But we often skip that part, focusing solely on digestion, especially when we feel overwhelmed by large amounts of food.
It is a very important step for us to sit and eat in peace, not on our feet, in front of a TV, computer or in the company of anxious people.
Turn on the music, feel every bite you put in your mouth and chew well whatever you eat.
Swallowing food prematurely disrupts the whole digestive process, so chew it 15-20 times to chop it as best you can.
Capsaicin, the main ingredient in hot red peppers, will stimulate gastric juices and increase blood flow to the lining of the gastric mucosa.
Hot peppers have other benefits from acting against depression as a result of hormonal processes that create a feeling of comfort.
So be sure to season the tortillas or bolognese with (more) chili next time.
Slightly stimulating the digestive system is lemon, and is especially effective if you drain half of it in a glass of lukewarm water and drink on an empty stomach, about half an hour or one hour before breakfast.
If you include this in your daily routine, you will speed up the production of digestive juices in your stomach.
Another sour food – apple cider vinegar will have a similar effect. Drink half an hour before each meal.
The seed is rich in terpenoid anethole that is released when fed. This ingredient improves peristalsis of the intestines and stops cramps.
The seed is also great against bloating and can soothe an inflamed stomach.
Anise Seeds can be fried or snacked, or sprinkled raw in a bowl.
Fermented foods are rich in nutrients, enzymes and good bacteria and improve the maintenance of about 400 intestinal bacteria.
These good bacteria contribute greatly to the better condition of the digestive tract.
The fermentation process makes proteins, carbohydrates and fats from food decompose into simpler digestible elements.
The fermented foods used in the European diet are sour cabbage, yogurt, and kefir, but there are also noodles from which you can make a soup or Chinese version of sour cabbage, kimchi.
Drinking ginger chilly tea during the summer months will not only detoxify you, but it will come as a balm to your stomach and intestines.
Ginger also relieves nausea, relaxes the digestive tract and allows food to flow through it smoothly.
It also helps to better absorb food.