I.F. Recipes To Improve Your Digestive Health
From www.telegraph.co.uk –
If you do it regularly, intermittent fasting can help lower blood pressure, reduce damaging LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol and balance blood-sugar levels.
Choose two separate days a week to have a bowl of chicken or beef stock, made by simmering the bones for several hours to extract the most nutrients.
This is the last dish you eat before bed one evening until lunch the following day.
Editor’s Note: This gut health focused article is short but helpful.
It provides a couple tasty recipes and even more importantly, some good guidelines to go by whether you are intermittent fasting or not. I’m a big believer in the overall health impact our digestive system has on us. People are sick as crap and don’t understand why, many times what’s eating at their health is their own stomach.
Even though this article doesn’t mention this tip, another great practice is to drink a half cup of apple cider vinegar mixed with warm warm a few minutes before your large meals, squeeze a half of a lemon in there and that’s even better. Here are our article highlights:
- They recommend eating a couple teaspoons of fermented food like sauerkraut before every meal to stimulate enzyme production and stimulation of stomach acid.
- Intermittent fasting allows your digestive system to rest, this is vital to gut health.
- Healing any unknown digestive problems will help you control your weight, improve your skin, hair and nails, and help you feel more energetic and mentally focused.