From what to eat for healthy digestion to what to avoid, Celebrity Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar reveals tried-and-tested easy solutions for digestive disorders.
If you have been dealing with digestive problems for a long time, you should know and keep a record of foods that are easy to digest and good for you to include in your healthy ...
Eating good food is one of the simplest pleasures of living life. But have you ever enjoyed a satisfying meal only to experience digestive issues that left you feeling uneasy and bloated?
We love gorging on those calorie-laden foods during the wedding season, but our digestion goes for a toss. To keep enjoying the high-octane festive vibe, Rujuta Diwekar suggests 3 foods that may keep the digestion ...
There are some simple foods that can be incorporated in our diet to ensure a healthy digestive tract. These are best had in the morning as breakfast.
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Poor digestion is linked to poor energy levels, disrupted bowel movements stress, poor gut and liver health, and is even known to induce weight gain
Yoga poses after dinner are said to help one digest the food better, making it less heavy for the stomach. Try these 3 simple asanas.
According to Ayurveda, chewing paan (betel leaf) after meals eases digestion as it increases secretion of digestive juices, reduces bloating of stomach, relieves constipation and destroys intestinal parasites.
Festive Special: Celebrity Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar shared some tips to reduce digestive ailments during the festive season.