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Foods to Avoid if You Have Digestion Problems

Foods to Avoid if You Have Digestion Problems

When you’re dealing with stomach issues, it’s never fun. Specifically, digestive issues
are a common and pervasive problem among many adults today, and most of those
people would be shocked to learn that many of the problems that they face are
stemming from their digestive issues. In order to take a serious look at your digestive
health, it’s important to curate your diet and be sure that you aren’t eating something
that could be creating the problem. The next few paragraphs will be sharing a few foods
to avoid if you have digestion problems.

Fried Foods

This one should be relatively self-explanatory. Fried foods are very high in cholesterol
and harmful fats that can clogged systems in the body. When the body has trouble
metabolizing these fats, it will often try to dispose of them through other means like
passing them as wastes, or through the skin, which can cause terrible and painful acne
on the surface of the skin, which primarily manifests itself on the face. Try lightly glazing
foods with oil and baking for a similar and satisfying way to cook.

Dairy

While it’s easy to get a few nutrients from this category of food, many people don’t have
the required enzymes to make sure that the processing of dairy products runs smoothly.
This can result in a host of terrible and unpleasant side effects like bloating and
cramping. Some people describe this as a condition known as dairy intolerance. If you
are able, try almond milk as a relatively solid alternative.

Soda

Soda is essentially a liquid candy, and it is highly acidic. These types of drinks can
cause the pH of your stomach to be somewhat off, and that will kill the good bacteria in
your stomach, and feed the harmful bacteria, leaving you defenseless against the slowly
multiplying colonies of bacteria. It would be best to avoid drinking sodas most of the
time if you want to keep your stomach at a healthy operating level. A good substitute
would be sparkling water with juice flavoring.

Coffee

This is another highly acidic and often over-processed drink. It’s very important that you
keep your stomach free from anything that will cause the harmful bacteria to multiply
without being regulated by the good bacteria that should be present in the body usually.
It would probably be a better idea to choose darker teas to get your caffeine fix.

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