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In today’s video, you will learn how some foods can help prevent poor digestion and other digestive issues.
Did you know that the digestive process starts in the mouth? We recently mentioned this fact on the channel when we talked about drinking during meals.
If you have poor digestion, watch that video to learn why you shouldn’t drink while you eat!
When we chew food, we start the mechanical process and add the enzymes found in saliva, like salivary amylase, that break the big molecules of starch into smaller molecules, called maltose.
From the mouth, the food goes through the esophagus and arrives at the stomach, where another enzyme, pepsin, breaks the proteins.
Then, the food goes to the intestine and suffers the actions of digestive juices produced throughout the digestive tract.
This process can suffer imbalances, and that’s when heartburn, gastritis, gastric ulcers, and other digestive issues show up.
However, the solution to these issues might be in the meal itself since some foods have digestive properties.
Besides eating these foods, you should also follow some important steps to help with your digestion.
If you suffer from poor digestion, try these tips and share your experience with us.
0:00 Foods That Will Work Wonders On Your Digestion
0:33 How Your Digestive System Works
1:23 Foods That Help With Digestion
3:06 Tips for Better Digestion
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