How to Fix Your Indigestion Quickly

It may surprise you, but your bloating and indigestion symptoms can usually be fixed by simply chewing your food well, taking Digestive Enzymes with each meal, or getting them naturally through foods.

When you have difficulty going to the bathroom and have bloating or indigestion. Feeling overly fatigued, gluten intolerant, or lactose intolerant, you may notice a substantial difference when you start taking Digestive Enzymes with your main meal and by chewing your food at least 20 times before swallowing it. 

About Digestive Enzymes

There are three types of enzymes that help break down fats, proteins, and carbs into smaller molecules, making them easier to absorb through the small intestine. The more thoroughly digested and absorbed your food is, the less likely you are to experience bloating, discomfort, and poor absorption of vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, and fats in your body.

Digestive enzymes can be obtained from supplements or naturally through foods, and here are 7 foods that contain natural digestive enzymes, including pineapple, papaya, mango, bananas, sauerkraut, and kimchi.

The 3 types of Enzymes

  • Amylase breaks down starches and carbohydrates into sugars.
  • Protease breaks down proteins into amino acids.
  • Lipase breaks down lipids, which are fats and oils, into glycerol and fatty acids.

Look for Digestive Enzymes containing all these 3 Enzymes and start taking them with your main meals. You may even find yourself better tolerance with dairy and gluten products, with less bloating and minimizing discomfort.

Chew your food well

Eat slowly and chew your food no fewer than 20 to 30 times before you swallow. Chewing is necessary to break down your food so it loses its texture.  As you chew, saliva is produced, which contains enzymes that also assist in digesting starches and breaking down fats in your food. 

Disclaimer:
All information posted here is merely for information and entertainment purposes. It is not intended as a substitute for professional advise. No content on this site, regardless of date, should ever be used as a substitute for direct medical advice from your doctor or other qualified clinician.

While the information on this website has been verified to the best of our abilities, we can not guarantee that there are no mistakes or errors.

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