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02:40 PM | 02-11-2020

How to cure digestive problems?

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10:24 AM | 04-11-2020

Hello User,

Our digestion depends on the foods that we eat, physical activities and also on the lifestyle that we follow. It is very important to have only plant based natural raw foods in your diet. Along with the diet, yoga and pranayam are also essential for proper functioning of digestive system. 
Here are some tips to follow for a better digestion. 

Diet

  • Have only plant based natural foods in your diet.
  • Avoid dairy foods and also animal products as they are not meant for the human digestive system and are difficult to digest and results in health problems. 
  • Include fresh, seasonal and locally available fruits and vegetables in your diet. 
  • Drink sufficient water during the day. 
  • Include sprouts, nuts, beans and salads in your diet.
  • Drink freshly prepared homemade fruit juices with fibres. 
  • Avoid tea, coffee and other caffeinated drinks. 
  • Avoid carbonated drinks. 
  • Avoid processed, packaged, preserved, oily and spicy foods. 

Physical activity 

It is important to do some physical activity like some exercises or yoga and pranayam for a good digestive system. 

  • Start the day with a short walk of atleast 30min. 
  • Do suryanamaskar regularly. 
  • Perform bhujanga asana, trikona asana, gomukha asana and padahasta asana. 
  • Do pranayam regularly for 15-20min, specially anulom-vilom and bhastrika pranayam. 

Sleep

Good quality sleep is also necessary for good metabolism and digestive system. Lack of sleep may also result in digestive disorders. 

Take proper quality sleep of at least 7-8hours daily. Sleep early at night and also wake up early in the morning. 

Thank you 



10:51 AM | 04-11-2020

Namaskar!

Thanks for sharing your concern with us! Please look at digestive issues from Nature Cure perspective - nature has designed our body to stay in good health. Digestion is the most basic function of our body and as far as our lifestyle (food as well as non-food aspects like sleep, sunlight, emotional health, movement etc) is aligned to the Laws of Nature we can expect to have a healthy digestive system, free from issues like gas, bloating, constipation etc. Only natural foods (like vegetables, fruits, nuts etc.) are easy to digest and absorb. All animal-based foods like dairy, meat, eggs etc. as well as refined and processed foods leave a toxic residue in the body. This, in turn, results in various health issues or discomforts of the type you mentioned. 

From Nature Cure point of view, toxicity is the root cause of all diseases and the way out is to get rid of the same. We would encourage you to adopt a natural lifestyle to deal with your condition. You can explore our Natural Health Coaching Program that helps you in making the transition, step by step. 

Also, we suggest you read real-life natural healing stories of people who cured digestive issues just by following Natural Laws.

All the best!

Team Wellcure


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