LUDHIANA: The digestion is the process that plays the most pivotal role in the working of a human body. If digestion problem occurs the system of working of whole body gets disturbed. Now-a-days, intake of junk food, too much of spices and street food is being cooked in unhygienic method causes the digestive problems.
Not only the elderly in the society, are facing this problem even the kids suffer from the digestive problems. As though digestive problem to occur is not the matter of age but the diet taken by a person decides digestive health. By taking steps to improve digestive health, digestive system functions more efficiently, improving your overall health and sense of well-being.
Dr. Vikas Sikri said, “A high-fiber diet helps to keep food moving through your digestive tract, making you less likely to get constipated, which is very common these days. In general, fatty foods tend to slow down the digestive process, making you more prone to constipation.”
Parminder Kaur, a housewife said, “My daughter is 16 years old and from the initial stage the small intake of junk food made her addict of junk food and now she usually faces the constipation problem which is not good for her health.”
So, it is best to avoid some food like fatty meats, so as to avoid upset tummies. But, fortunately, nature also provides foods that can ease our digestion. Here’s a guide to what is good and what is bad when it comes to keeping your system running smoothly.
Ways for better digestive health
-Balanced diet should be consumed
-Avoid eating junk food frequently
-Roughage that is dietary fibre, in the form of salads should be regular part of diet
-Drink plenty of water especially during summers to replenish body losses
-Eat whole fruits and add it to daily diet. They not only provide essential vitamins and elements but also add roughage to the diet that keeps digestive system healthy.
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