Doctor Nesvit named three key rules for maintaining healthy digestion

Ekaterina Nesvit: drinking enough water is one of the key rules that help maintain healthy digestion.

Doctor Nesvit stated that it has a significant effect on the functioning of the digestive system tract has a drinking regime.

“Drinking warm water in the morning can “wake up” the digestive system and prepare it for food intake. Water helps improve bile flow, causing contraction of the gallbladder, and also dissolves and removes harmful and waste substances from the body: toxins, hormones, metabolic products,” Nesvit told Gazeta.Ru.
The specialist warned that people who do not drink If you drink enough water, you risk getting problems in the digestive system, as well as suffering from general intoxication of the body, leading to a weakened immune system. The expert clarified that water should be drunk in the amount of 30 ml (liquid) per 1 kg of body weight.

The second key to maintaining healthy digestion is to eat foods with fiber. Ekaterina Nesvit clarified that fiber improves the passage of food masses through the intestines without constipation, and also promotes the development of beneficial intestinal microflora.

“Fiber is involved in detoxification – it binds and removes toxins that enter the body from the environment, as well as heavy metals – it binds directly to them and moves them through the intestines,” the doctor explained.
The specialist considers the third important rule for maintaining the health of the gastrointestinal tract to be the use of probiotics – beneficial bacteria found in some foods. Thanks to them, the microbial composition of the intestine improves and its protection against inflammation increases. An excellent source of probiotics are fermented foods – for example, sauerkraut and other pickled vegetables, kimchi, lactic acid drinks.

Earlier, the portal wrote that a healthy person should not give up meat, a nutritionist spoke about this Antonina Starodubova.

Important! Information is provided for reference purposes. Ask a specialist about contraindications and side effects and under no circumstances self-medicate. At the first signs of illness, consult a doctor.

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