5 sätt att hålla magen i balans

5 ways to keep your stomach in balance

Do you have problems with your stomach Often aching or a stomach that is simply out of balance but you don't know why and you want to do something about it Then we have listed t 5 ways you can keep your stomach in balance:

1. Start the day with Belly Boost super food

Belly Boost is a superfood mix that has 7 ingredients that contribute to maintaining normal balance in the stomach, intestines and natural food supplement in powder form. All ingredients have a low FODMAP and are adapted for IBS complaints. Belly Boost contains only natural and organic ingredients that support the stomach; lemongrass, fenugreek, Psyllium Husk, star anise, Baobab, Cinnamon and iabout

2. Chew your food properly & eat slowly

It is always good to take your time when eating and to chew your food properly - think about 30 times. Digestion can take a while and the stomach works hard to digest the food. When saliva production starts, it sends a signal to the stomach to start excreting stomach acid and other substances to break down the food. Chewing properly is very important for the stomach to process food properly.

3. Move

It is always important to move during the day, at least 30 minutes every day. Moving supports digestion and helps you avoid possible constipation. It doesn't have to be a gym session, it's just as well to take a walk.

4. Drink water

Water helps with the digestion process. For an unbalanced stomach, it's a trick that almost always works. Water also counteracts a hard stomach.

5. Eat inflammatory diet

Eat nutrient-dense, anti-inflammatory foods that support your body: choose a colorful diet of mostly fruits and vegetables and you'll get a full palette of antioxidants. Think that the plate should look like a rainbow and choose a basic diet. Feel free to skip or cut back on those that create inflammation such as gluten, coffee, alcohol, semi-finished products, unnatural additives, pasteurized milk products, red meat.



The coach's 5 tips to get your stomach back in balance Kurera.sese

Inflammatory diet and IBS, Tidningen Hälsa

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