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?
Carbohydrates are the fastest to digest, while fats are said to take the longest time. So what about meat? Is it true that meat takes several days to digest? Read on as we debunk this ...
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.
Digestives are ingredients that have digestion boosting properties that can make you feel better and aid digestion after a lavish meal.
Eating kiwi fruit can help in better digestion, new research says.According to research, the green kiwi fruit has enzyme actinidin, which is not present in any other fruit. This enzyme can deliver enhanced gastric digestion, ...
We should take care of our digestive health by eating right, providing the body with all its requirements and keeping the digestive fire alive, known as agni in Ayurveda.
Several fruits that have a high fibre content can help aid digestion. Apples, apricots and guavas are some of them
It's one of the only pose that can be done on a full stomach and in fact, should be done soon after a heavy meal. Vajrasana facilitates good digestion, brings relief from sciatica and nerve ...