This book aims to give you:
A better understanding of your digestive system.
Learning the foods you can consume for a healthier digestive system.
The importance of the effect of mindful eating on digestion and exercises to gain awareness in your eating.
Recognizing your digestive enzymes and the symptoms you may experience in their deficiency.
Overview of the gallbladder. Life without gallbladder recommended foods and foods to be avoided.
Learning how to solve problems such as gas, bloating, and constipation.
Which enzymes help you at what stage of digestion and how you can compensate for these enzyme deficiencies.
The digestive system is responsible for breaking down the food we eat into its components, including carbs, lipids, and proteins. After that, they are able to be taken into circulation so that the body may utilize them for generating energy, fostering development, and mending the damage.
The digestive system is crucial for life and the efficient functioning of the body's organs since the digestion of ingested food is necessary for survival.
These rates are not low, and it should be considered that many individuals who did not participate in the calculation may also suffer from digestive issues.
Some digestive system issues can be prevented or treated with lifestyle changes.
This ebook shows six proven ways for a healthier digestive tract.
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