Your esophagus is about 10 inches long. The stomach. “The stomach is an expandable receiving chamber,” says Koch. “You can think of it as a powerful yet gentle mill that grinds your food down to millions of tiny pieces for hours after you eat even though you don’t feel a thing.” Small intestine.
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You need guts to be happy no matter what: The importance of a healthy digestive system for enhanced immunity
Exercise also induces endorphins, which are great to combat stress, and more importantly, keep you happy! Eat probiotic-rich foods Probiotics are living microorganisms that are often added to yoghurt or yoghurt drinks. Research has proven their efficacy in helping with diarrhoea, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). In fact, probiotics are so crucial to your health that researchers have compared them to aa newly recognized organa. Here are some things you should avoid: Smoking Each time you light up, you are sowing the seeds of chaos in your digestive system in many ways.
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Our ‘gutsy’ digestive system
The good bacteria in our gut have what it takes to break down those types of food, however. These micro-flora also make the B vitamin complex and hence aid the absorption of lipids, calcium, iron and magnesium. The act of re-seeding the gut in order to sustain gut-life can be done with probiotics and fermented foods. Fresh leafy vegetables, fruit and fiber, whole grains, lentils, garlic, green tea and miso are but some examples.
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