Three Things that Disrupt the Efficiency of Your Digestive System
disrupts digestion and can create food
You don’t process your food; your digestive bacteria do.The digestive tract is a living ecosystem with billions of micro-organisms. These friendly bacteria regulate the digestive processes. Like any ecosystem, it thrives when the balance is right. But if it goes out of balance, the system doesn’t function as efficiently as it is designed to. This imbalance results in a lack of vitality. Many practices of the western diet destroy the good bacteria. This inevitably slows down the body’s metabolism. Common things that kill good bacteria in the body are,
- antibiotics and birth control pills
- steroids and hormone drugs
- coffee and tea
- food preservatives and additives.
What You Might See If You Could Look WithinOften, we are so busy rushing to eat our food that we don’t even think about it once it enters our mouth. Stop for a moment and consider the long term “effects of your bad habits.”
The long-term effect of stress means that food has to pass through a twisted, thin passage, slowing down the metabolising of food and evacuation of waste.
The long-term effect of not having enough ﬁbre in the diet creates build-up on the colon wall and prevents your body from absorbing nutrients. Parasites thrive on the accumulated matter, and damaging toxins are released, weakening the immune system.
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The good news is that the digestive system is quick to heal with the correct daily practices. You can learn about these daily practices in the free digestive health report. You will be surprised at how simple it is to bring your unhealthy digestive system back into balance. You will also be amazed at how easy it is to reduce your waistline with these simple daily practices.