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9 Means to Help Stop Digestive Problems

by Nature's Branch Support May 31, 2019

9 Means to Help Stop Digestive Problems

The human digestive system, also known as the “gut,” or GI (gastrointestinal part of the body) is made up of the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and large intestine. This is the system responsible for digestion of good and absorption of nutrients. Furthermore, this system is one of the most critical systems our body has. It is also the cause of many uncomfortable and even painful problems experienced daily by millions of people across the world.

How do you avoid digestion problems before they happened?  It’s time to look through our checklist to see what you can do:

1. Take a Look at Your Family History

Some digestive problems can be traced through your family history. According to the National Institutes of Health, an individual is at a higher risk of getting certain conditions if there is a family history of it. Looking at the history of your family, it doesn’t mean that you will definitely get it, but you are at higher risk than the rest of the population.

2. Ideal Weight Matters

According to the American College of Gastroenterology, one of the main reasons why people acquire digestive issues is obesity. Furthermore, common gastrointestinal diseases are two to three times more common in obese people than in people who are of average weight. When losing weight, you may also tend to eat less fatty foods which are more beneficial when maintaining a good digestive system. Start trimming those excess fats so you can lessen the risk of future gut issues!

3. Learn to Effectively Cope with Stress

Stress negatively affects our digestive system in many ways. It can cause a decrease in blood and oxygen flow to the stomach, cramping, an imbalance in gut bacteria and inflammation.  These symptoms can further develop into gastrointestinal (GI) disorders. Practicing stress-management techniques such as exercising regularly, avoiding stressors, socializing, getting sufficient sleep or relaxing can greatly minimize your levels of stress.

4. Make Good Lifestyle Choices

Simple lifestyle changes can be of great help in regards to future digestive problems. Eliminating or reducing smoking and drinking can provide a more positive impact to your health. Regular exercise may also improve your overall health and help to relieve stress as well. As far as food intake is concerned, eat plenty of fiber; think fruit, vegetables, and whole grains. Try eating three to five servings of fish each week. You can also choose lean cuts of meat and remove the skin from poultry. Most importantly, stay well-hydrated!

5. Make Handwashing a Priority

Washing hands is the best way to avoid the spread of germs or illnesses. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, after you’ve touched something contaminated with viruses, your hands give germs a free ride into your body through your eyes, nose or mouth. This will also give way for the viruses to freely enter your gut. Don’t forget to use soap as well when washing your hands through running water. So, the next time you’ve touched that menu in a restaurant, make a habit to wash your hands before touching your ordered food. Again, washing your hands may be a simple act but it can help you avoid those harmful bacteria and viruses entering your stomach.

6. Release it!

Regardless of how busy your day can be, always watch the signal of your body when to release the toxins. When you feel the need to empty your bowel, do so immediately. Delaying so could lead to constipation and other digestive issues.

7. Study labels on tins and packages

There are certain foods that are bad to your overall digestive health. It differs from person to person. You should be particular of what ingredients you may be intolerant to. Keep an eye as well to added sugars. Most sugar feed “bad” bacteria already in your gut. True taking care of individual health means thorough awareness of your consumption even to the smallest details like studying the labels on tins and packages.

8. Seek Professional Advice When Necessary

Self-diagnosing when it comes to digestive issues is a common misconception a lot of people are doing. Not feeling any pain doesn’t mean you’re okay. The moment you feel irregularities in your body especially your gut, it is best to visit a doctor. It’s one thing having a runny tummy for a day and quite another having abdominal pain lasting for weeks. See medical professionals and find out exactly what is wrong with you and what treatment options are available. Early diagnosis always makes treatment easier.

9. Try a Supplement - Nature's Branch 50 Billion Probiotic for Men & Women

Your guts (intestines) are lined with trillions of bacteria. Plenty are good bacteria and essential for your digestion. However, along with good bacteria comes bad bacteria. Every day, your gut experiences a war between good bacteria and bad bacteria and once the latter wins, they cause a bad effect on your digestive system. That being said, we’ve created a high potency probiotic to help support optimal balance.

Nature’s Branch Probiotic contains a maximum strength of 50 billion CFU’s (colony-forming units) live cultures in each easy to swallow capsule for everyday usage.  Our 50 Billion Probiotic is expertly formulated for men and women and is designed to help support digestion. It also comes with a very important prebiotic fiber and 15 beneficial strains to help maximize absorption in the stomach. Our capsules are scientifically researched for the perfect blend in order to help promote the growth of healthy bacteria in your colon and improve gut balance.  

So what are you waiting for? Get your bottle and support your digestion today!




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