Do you experience indigestion, gas, or bloating after eating? Are you lethargic and fatigued at the end of a large meal? While these can be symptoms of digestive disorders or food allergies, before you begin elimination diets, doctor's visits, and blood tests, I encourage you to ask yourself one very simple question: Am I chewing my food properly?
If you ever feel lethargic or fatigued after you eat, you’re eating the wrong foods. It’s that simple. The trick is to choose foods that release energy more slowly and give you a gradual boost of long-lasting energy. Here are 11 Foods That Fight #Fatigue - Selfcarers healthandfitnessnewswire.com healthandfitnessnewswire.com
The pancreas is one of the digestive organs responsible for assisting with food digestion & blood sugar regulation.After you eat, the pancreas releases a host of digestive enzymes & insulin, which break down foods and modulate blood sugars.
10 signs that you may be gluten intolerant: 1. Migraine headaches 2. Keratosis pilaris (bumps that look like chicken skin on the back of your arms) 3. Fatigue or brain fog after eating gluten 4. Autoimmune disease (Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Ulcerative colitis, Lupus, Psoriasis, Scleroderma or Multiple sclerosis) 5. Dizziness or feeling off-balance 6. PMS or PCOS 7. Fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue 8. Inflammation in joints 9. Anxiety, depression, ADD or…
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Turmeric is gaining in popularity and for good reason! The yellow pigment found in turmeric, which is also responsible for the majority of its medicinal properties is called “curcumin.” While adding turmeric to your diet is a sure way to boost your overall health, there are a few things you need to know about.This is a Must Read Before Ever Using Turmeric Again! #superfood
Many fibromyalgia sufferers begin having low-blood sugar attacks after the onset of FMS. They feel worse depending on the amount of carbohydrates they ingest at any one time. Most don't get hypoglycemic or severe pain, but they do become generally more fatigued and stiff after eating starches or sugar. They do this in an unconscious attempt to create energy. Those sugars and starches are quickly digested and converted to glucose. Unfortunately,