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Keeping Your Gut Healthy

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The Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre in Mumbai in collaboration with the Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre in India often says that for people food is an emotion. It is that unpredictable part of our day that we cannot stop ourselves from gulping lots of tasty food. We cannot control our taste buds. A tasty food with its ultimate power attacks all our sense organs and makes us senseless that we forget to think about our gut.

The Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre in Mumbai states that the gut is an important part of our body. If your gut is healthy then you are healthy. The food we eat impacts every part of our body and mostly your stomach. Everything which you eat comes to your stomach and undergoes a digestive process. A healthy gut has a diverse community of microbes and these are good microbes which act as a helping hand and ensure that we get the nutrients we need.

In addition the gut bacteria are known to aid the production of certain vitamins such as vitamin B and K and play a major role in immune function. Your gut gives you an alarm if it's not fine.

1. Upset stomach

Stomach issues like gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation etc.

2. Weight Changes

Gaining or losing weight. An imbalanced stomach can impair your body's ability to absorb nutrients and fat storage, this leads to abnormal weight loss or weight gain.

3. Sleep Disturbance

Unhealthy food can contribute to poor sleep. The majority of the body's serotonin level which is a hormone that affects mood and sleep is produced by the gut.

Foods which will improve your gut health are:-

1. High Fibre food

Legumes, Beans, Peas, Oats, Bananas etc.

2. Fermented food

Fermented food such as yoghourt has a great dietary source of probiotics.

3. Whole grains

They promote the growth of many bacteria.

4. Eat plant based food

It reduces the level of disease causing bacteria in obese people as well as reduced weight and cholesterol level.






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