Fruit will help to keep the stomach healthy


03/05/2013

Health stomach due not only diet, it is also dependent on the neuronal stress and experiences. But it was the food can affect its vulnerability and sensitivity to many factors. The stomach is pretty quick to respond to malnutrition, poisoning, severe diet or overeating. A few weeks the "wrong" diet is sufficient for the development of ulcers or gastritis. However, this is not a reason to eat only organic food, and to comply with a strict regime of the day: the health of one of the vital organs can be saved using several proven and effective ways.

Burgers, sausages and frankfurters doctors recommend to replace the lean meats that you can boil or cook on the grill. Do not have to cost more than is necessary to saturate. In the intervals between meal try to move more and drink more fluids. For the health of the stomach, according to nutritionists, we should certainly choose a fractional power system. Every day you need to eat at least 400 grams of vegetables - fresh, steamed, or simply boiled and do not forget the fruit. Vegetable and fruit salads fill encouraged, whenever possible, useful, oils or sauces.

Always try to drink half an hour before a meal and a glass of still pure preferably warm water. Liquid never drink after a meal! Do not go to bed immediately after the main meals, especially after a hearty dinner. However, exercise, and excessive physical activity are also harmful after eating. You should not eat on the go, because only with careful chewing possible normal metabolism and digestibility of foods. For colic, cramps, heartburn or nausea, no need to self-medicate, and should immediately consult a specialist. After all, tablets tend to help temporarily relieve pain and can "mask" the symptoms slowly developing disease.


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