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Monday, September 12, 2022

5 signs to your body is a complaining about your poor gut health.

5 signs to your body is a complaining about your poor gut health.

Do you notice to  a strange white coating on your otherwise pink tongue? It could be your body's way of  the telling you about to your poor gut health.

In a Ayurveda, in the term ‘Agni’ in a Ayurveda refers to the metabolic fire – the process of  the digesting food and producing metabolic byproducts. Agni transforms food into a energy, which is in a charge of all the essential body processes. An a imbalanced agni typically means poor gut health where you can face a innumerable problems. Low agni results in a reduced appetite, fatigue, heaviness and lethargy. And there are other ways too in which your body can be give you signs of the poor gut health.

Here’s what can be happen with a imbalanced ‘agni’ or a poor gut health

* Gas

* Constipation

* Dry skin

* Sciatica

* Insomnia

* Receding gums

* Muscle spasms

* Cramps

Watch in these signs of  the poor gut health

Ayurveda are expert Dr Rekha Radhamony recently shared a some important ways for us to know in the status of our gut health, via Instagram. Here’s what she suggests to look out for!

1. White a coating on your tongue

According to the  Ayurveda, white tongue is a warning indication that your digestive system is  a overworked. When to your tongue is a heavily coated, it gives the impression of  the being white. Your digestive system cannot perform correctly if it is a overworked. As a result, candida, yeast or a bacteria, begins to the  accumulate.

2. Low appetite

Agni is a strengthened by a eating in the right amount of the food for a each meal. It is  a equally crucial to give our stomach time to the digest one meal completely before moving on to the next. Therefore, neither eating more nor less is a good idea. Both may in some way result in an a imbalanced agni.

3. Stomach problems

If you experience problems such as a acidity, gas, bloating, re-flux, heart burn, cramps, burps or flatulence frequently, it is too one of the signs of the poor gut health

4. Often get a constipation or a loose motions or a both!

Constipation or a loose motions are very telling signs of the poor gut health. It would be a best to the include a lot of the high-fiber items in your diet. If you have a constipation, include beans, vegetables, fruits, whole grain cereals, and bran. But for a loose motions, it is a best to the consume bananas, rice and apples. Since these foods are mild, they would not upset in the stomach. Additionally, they are binding foods, and thus, they  are aid in a stool firmness. If you have any of these, do not ignore it and start working on your gut health.

Tips to the improve gut health

Eating right is very important to the maintain gut health. Let’s follow some tips suggested by a Ayurveda are expert Dr Dix a Bhavsar Savaliya.

1. Only eat when you are actually hungry.

“Actually hungry” means eat after a fully digesting to your previous meal. Sometimes, we may be  mistakenly believe that we are hungry while in a reality we may be merely be a dehydrated.

2. Eat in a serene and pleasant environment

When you eat, sit down and try to the avoid any a distractions such as a television, book, phone, or a laptop.

3. Eat in the appropriate amount

Each of us has a unique demands, to a distinct stomach size and a different metabolic rate. Eat only till you feel full.

4. Consume a hot meals

While a food should ideally be a freshly are prepared, if you stay away from a any food coming straight from in the refrigerator, your digestive system will be remain healthy (Agni).

5. Eat at a consistent time

Be a regular and punctual with your meal timings because nature appreciates cycles and the uniformity.

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