Having digestive dis-ease is utterly uncomfortable and can really impact your overall health and wellbeing.
Digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), constipation, diarrhea, bloating and gas are negative symptoms of an upset GI track but did you know it can lead to other problems including asthma, exhaustion, weight gain, food allergies and even chronic health issues if left untreated?
I know, seems serious, right?
Think about it. Digestion of food is crucial to nutrient and vitamin absorption. It’s in your digestive track that your body collects all the goodness it needs.
All of our organs, tissues, cells, hair and skin all get their fuel from the food, water and air we take in from the outside. If your system is not running optimally then organs like your liver and pancreas have to work harder and you might not be getting the nourishment your body needs to thrive.
Gut health is all the rage on instagram these days and with good reason. Here are some of my favorite tips to taking care of your digestive track.