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Easy Homemade Drinks to Boost Up Digestion Power Naturally

17 Jun 2020 19:30, Somoy English Desk
Easy Homemade Drinks to Boost Up Digestion Power Naturally
Easy Homemade Drinks to Boost Up Digestion Power Naturally

Though rainy season has arrived the high temperatures of the preceding summer is still on the go. Sometimes the weather remains cool and sometimes the scorching heat makes our lives unbearable. Due to these frequent changes in temperatures, our digestive system becomes slower and weaker leading to numerous gastrointestinal disorders such as gastroenteritis, heartburn, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, stomach cramps, diarrhea, vomiting, bloating, etc. To improve your gastronomical health, you can add some healthy drinks to your diet. Read this article to know about some easy homemade drinks to boost up your digestion power in a natural way.

Digestion Improving Drinks
Yogurt Drink
Yogurt is a rich source of healthy nutrients including magnesium, potassium, calcium, vitamin B-2 and vitamin B-12. Drinking a glass of yogurt after having meal can give you instant relief. Yogurt would feel quite light on your stomach as it serves as a probiotic food. 

Around 400 different species of bacteria live in the human intestines. Some bacteria are bad, while some bacteria are beneficial to run your digestive system properly. Probiotic foods contain beneficial live bacteria and yeast.

If you are suffering from acidity, bloating, indigestion, or irritable bowel syndrome quite frequently, it triggers to leaky gut. In order to improve the functionality of your gut health as well as gastronomical system, you can add yogurt drink in regular diet. You can also consume Yogurt in smoothies, curry, salad and many more forms.

Ginger Tea
If you are looking for a home treatment for common digestive problems, like stomach upset, nausea, heartburn, or bloating, try ginger tea. Even many pregnant women love to drink ginger tea regularly as a home remedy to get rid of nausea and morning sickness.  

Chronic indigestion (dyspepsia) is mainly caused by the delayed emptying of the stomach. Interestingly, the properties of ginger can speed up the emptying process of your stomach. But how does it work?

The properties of Ginger can stimulate the muscles of your intestines, which is termed as gastrointestinal motility. This process can help your body in breaking down the food particles in your stomach and quick removal of food-residue substances out of your digestive tract.  Thus, consuming Ginger you can get faster, functional and comfortable digestion with less chance of experiencing bloating and gas.

Lime Water
Though Lime is a very acidic food, it can promote an alkaline pH in your body. The citric acid in lime juice aids in breaking down the food in your stomach quite efficiently. Moreover, lime juice makes it easier for your body to take out maximum nutrients from the ingested food substances. Slowing down the absorption rate, Lime can prevent surge in blood sugar after having a meal.

What is more? Lime juice can help your body to release the floating toxins in your gastrointestinal tract. The stomach-calming benefits of lime can provide instant relief to stomach-ache caused by indigestion. It also minimizes the risk of excess gas formation in your stomach which often causes burping and bloating. Drinking Lime water on empty stomach can keep your digestive system functional all day long in a natural way.

Peppermint/Mint (Pudina) Tea
You can enjoy a cup of peppermint tea after ending your meal. It will fulfill your cravings for sugary desserts without adding any extra sugar to your diet. Mint is naturally free from sugar, calorie, and caffeine. Besides, offering delicious taste Mint can aid your digestive system.

Mint is enriched with natural oil called menthol which can improve your digestive system by virtue of its antiseptic, antibacterial and adaptogenic properties. The adaptogenic properties can help your body in balancing in whatever way is needed.

According to a study, Mint can treat the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) by reducing spasms in your gut. In addition to these, Mint can calm your central and peripheral nervous system. When your body becomes relaxed, your gastrointestinal system can digest the food more effectively. Furthermore, having post-dinner mint tea can freshen up your breath.

Fennel (Mouri) Tea
Fennel seeds are a great source of fiber. 1 Tbsp (6 grams) of dried fennel seeds contains about 2 grams of fiber, whereas an apple carries about 3 to 4 grams of fiber. Fennel tea can be an effective home remedy to treat stomach flu. Its fiber property can aid in treating watery diarrhea. 

Anethole is the major property of fennel seeds, which can contribute to improve your digestion system. According to a study, the fennel seeds contain antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. These properties can help your digestive tract get rid of harmful bacteria causing upset stomach.

Moreover, the Fennel seeds can contribute in soothing the inflammation in your intestines by relaxing muscles of your stomach. Fennel also relieves the gassiness of your stomach and prevents constipation or acid reflux.

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