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12:15 PM | 06-01-2021

I have bloating and diarrhea once in every week. This problem I am facing since 1 year. In spite of trying all medicines it's not working. I cannot understand what kind of food is causing this problem. Pls advise


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02:39 PM | 08-01-2021

Hello Sanchita,

Bloating and diarrhoea clearly indicate the problem with the digestive system. The food is not getting digested properly because of a bad metabolism which is causing bloating, diarrhoea, etc. 
The kind of food and the way of living like sleeping time, eating time, etc directly affects the body's metabolism and digestion. 
So, it is very important to choose wisely about what we eat and also to follow the correct lifestyle.

Diet

  • Drink 3 to 4 glasses of warm water in the morning on an empty stomach. This will help to eliminate the toxins out of the body.
  • Include Vitamin C in your diet like drink lemon juice or orange juice or amla juice daily.
  • Eat foods that are plant-based and easy to digest.
  • Include sprouts, salads, and nuts to your diet. 
  • Avoid dairy products and animal foods as they are not for the human digestive system and results in the accumulation of toxins in the body. 
  • Avoid processed, packaged, oily, and spicy foods.
  • Eat fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. 
  • Drink plenty of water during the day to be hydrated. 

Exercise 

Exercising is essential to improve metabolism. 

Perform mild exercises and light yoga.

  • Start the day with a short morning walk. 
  • Do sukshma vyayama like neck rotations, wrist rotations, knee bending, elbow bending.
  • Take sunrays early in the morning. 
  • Take short walks after meals.

Sleep

Always take proper sleep of at least 7-8 hours daily. Sleep early at night at around 10 pm and also wake up early in the morning at around 6 am. 

Thank you 



11:32 AM | 07-01-2021

Dear Sanchita,

Thanks for sharing your concern with us! To begin with, let us look at your problem from a 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. The way out to your stomach problem is to get rid of the toxins. 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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