As said by Mr. Winston Churchill-“Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have.” To keep the body in good health is our duty; otherwise, we shall not be able to keep our mind clear and strong-Buddha

In today’s busy life, we don’t have time for healthy meal and snacks. Nowadays, we become more dependent on fast foods. In fast food they are using starch derived food additive that is commonly used as thickening, coating or filling agent. It’s found in thousands of food items including sports drinks, artificial sweeteners, potato chips, salad dressing, and beer. Processed and pre-packaged foods high in fat and carbohydrates and low in dietary fiber. Food additives make food look and smell more attractive, and improve flavor and texture. Food additives generally are considered safe and are not tracked in dietary studies. “So it’s hard to know how much and which food additives we’re really consuming. Here are some tips and supplements to keep your digestive system healthy.

1. Dietary Herbal Supplement

In today’s busy life, we are not able to do work out and focus on healthy diet.


So there are lots of supplements available in the market which can help you to balance your digestive system. The best dietary herbal supplement in today’s time is BOWTROL COLON CONTROL. It is new in the market. It’s a dietary supplement specifically formulated for people with sensitive digestion. Sensitive digestion includes a range of symptoms including constipation, gas, abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloating, heartburn, chest pain, and migraines. The product also helps improve colon health and assists with the body’s natural detoxification and waste elimination process.

The product restores healthy bowel function, helps replenish good bacteria, helps with lactose intolerance, help with weight loss and helps reduce water retention. But it is not for people with moderate to severe constipation and some users may experience constipation. In this case, the user can use BOWTROL COLON CLEANSE.

2. High Fiber Diet

High fiber diet can improve your digestive system. It move food in your body and prevent you from constipation. High fiber food balance the digestive system and keeps you energetic and in good mood. Some of high fiber foods are whole grain bread, brown rice, popcorn, oatmeal, farina, cream of wheat, bran, shredded wheat, grape nuts and puffed wheat etc. It can help you to cure various digestive problems such as gas, constipation, IBS and hemorrhoids. It can also help you to lose weight.

3. Drink water

Drink more and more water. Keep yourself hydrated. Water is most important component to keep your digestive system healthy. It provides the necessary moisture to the digestive system. It also prevent overeating. Drinking flavored water can boost your intake.

4. Physical exercise

Doing little work out in morning and evening, keeps you fit and your digestive system healthy. It is allowing food to move through the large intestine faster and put fewer loads on digestive system, reducing constipation. It also helps you maintain healthy weight.

5. Don’t eat fried food

Don’t eat heavy, oily and fried food. It will put so much pressure on your digestive system and produces lots of acid and increase gastric in stomach. To prevent it, eat light food which your stomach can easily digest like brown rice, toast with butter, yoghurt, nuts, eggs and avocado etc.

6. Eat on time

Taking your food and snacks on a proper schedule can keep your digestive system balance. If you consume your breakfast, lunch and dinner on a particular time everyday then it keeps your stomach full and you will also feel more energetic.

7. Have small meals

Eat small meals and eat light food which can keep your metabolism busy. It keeps you energetic throughout the day and it will prevent overeating. It also maintains your blood sugar level.

8. Eat slowly

Chew your food slowly, the more you chew your food, the less you eat because it makes your brain to believe that you are full. It helps to improve your digestion.

9. Take proper sleep

Sleep properly and take less stress. Less sleep can imbalance your digestive tract bacteria. Don’t take antibiotics unnecessarily. Have some dairy product because it can help you to balance your digestive tract bacteria.

10. Stop eating high fat food

High fat food slows down your digestive system and increases the risk of constipation. But some fats are also very necessary for your body so take food which has healthy fat but also high in fiber. Eating crappy food is not a reward so eat healthy and live a healthy and happy life.