How you can Improve Digestion With Better Diet Supplements

 

Best supplements for Digestion and Gut Health. No More Intermittent Fasting Bloating!

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Probiotics: Improve Your Health The Natural Way

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Food for Health: Eating for Digestive Health

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MY GUT HEALTH TIPS | Flat Tummy, Bloating, Better Digestion | Annie Jaffrey

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Gut Health: Six Amazing Super Foods For Gut Health | Dr Mona Vand

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Digestion vs. Absorption | How to Eat Healthy | Probiotics for Immunity Boost

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6 Tips for Improving Your Digestion

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Eating a diet low in food additives, trans fats and artificial sweeteners may improve your digestion and protect against digestive diseases. 2. Get Plenty of Fiber. 8 Foods & Supplements That Improve Digestion. Switching from the Standard American Diet (SAD) to a healthier diet rich in lean protein, whole grains, healthy fats, fruits, and vegetables. Popular fiber-packed whole grains include oats, quinoa, farro and products made from whole wheat.

The fiber found in these grains can help improve digestion in two ways. Firs. The Bottom Line: Whether or not fiber is helpful for digestion really depends on what type of fiber you’re talking about. In general, fiber supplements are a short-term band-aid at best. You can.

Try this: Purée 1 cup of frozen papaya cubes with the juice of one lime and honey to taste for a fast, creamy smoothie; make a salad of papaya slices with avocado slices, thinly sliced. Cut down on fat for a healthy gut. Fatty foods, such as chips, burgers and fried foods, are harder to digest and can cause stomach pain and heartburn. Cut back on greasy fried foods to ease. Take probiotics and eat fermented foods.

Kimchi may help improve gut health. To boost the beneficial bacteria, or probiotics, in the gut, some people choose to take probiotic. Of course, if you have any digestive symptoms that are severe or won’t go away, see your doctor.

1. Tap Into Plant Power. Plant foods have fiber. This helps you stay regular.

Bonus: It fills you. Fiber is an important nutrient if you want to digest food faster. Yogurt doesn’t have much, though, so try eating whole grains, fruits, and veggies to up your fiber intake. Click on.

Chamomile is widely used for multiple ailments. Naturalists have tried chamomile in an effort to treat digestive problems such as upset stomach, colic, and nausea, as well as anxiety and.

List of related literature:

Using probiotics and prebiotics to improve gut health.

“Manual of Dietetic Practice” by Briony Thomas, Jacki Bishop
from Manual of Dietetic Practice
by Briony Thomas, Jacki Bishop
Wiley, 2013

Supplement with probiotics (yoghurt, kefir, etc.) to improve digestive function, so the nutrients in the food will be digested and absorbed, and therefore metabolised, correctly.

“Clinical Naturopathic Medicine E-Book” by Leah Hechtman
from Clinical Naturopathic Medicine E-Book
by Leah Hechtman
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

Gut flora can be normalized by taking lactobacillus and bifidobacteria supplements, as well as supplementing other beneficial bacteria, by drinking plenty of clean water, by eating fewer refined foods and less fat and meat, and by eating more whole (minimally processed) foods and more fiber from vegetables and fruits.

“The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health” by Robert A. Ronzio
from The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health
by Robert A. Ronzio
Facts On File, 2003

Eat and drink fermented foods (for example: eat cultured veggies and/or sip young coconut kefir with your meal to help with digestion of all proteins).

“The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity” by Donna Gates, Linda Schatz
from The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity
by Donna Gates, Linda Schatz
Hay House, 2011

Supplements can help improve digestion and gut function.

“The Canadian Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine” by Sherry Torkos
from The Canadian Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine
by Sherry Torkos
Wiley, 2010

Increase dietary intake of gut-healing nutrients such as zinc, L-glutamine, vitamin A, and omega-3 fatty acids.

“Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy: Principles and Practices” by Diana Noland, Jeanne A. Drisko, Leigh Wagner
from Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy: Principles and Practices
by Diana Noland, Jeanne A. Drisko, Leigh Wagner
Springer International Publishing, 2020

In addition, reintroducing higher­ FODMAP foods very gradually and in very small amounts can improve your tolerance to them.

“Low-FODMAP and Vegan: What to Eat when You Can't Eat Anything” by Joanne Stepaniak
from Low-FODMAP and Vegan: What to Eat when You Can’t Eat Anything
by Joanne Stepaniak
Book Publishing Company, 2016

Consume lots of vegetables and moderate amounts of fiber from other sources, such as seeds and nuts to feed the probiotics, or include a greens supplement that is rich in prebiotics, such as LivingFuel SuperGreens or EnerPrime.

“Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life” by Ben Greenfield
from Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life
by Ben Greenfield
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

Regular intake of food sources of prebiotics and probiotics can also encourage increased microbial diversity in the gut, reducing reliance on supplements when appropriate.

“Krause and Mahan’s Food and the Nutrition Care Process E-Book” by Janice L Raymond, Kelly Morrow
from Krause and Mahan’s Food and the Nutrition Care Process E-Book
by Janice L Raymond, Kelly Morrow
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2020

• Feed small amounts often to reduce the amount of liver work required, reduce energy demands and thus glutamine metabolism in small intestine, and lessen the potential for undigested food to reach the colon.

“Small Animal Internal Medicine E-Book” by Richard W. Nelson, C. Guillermo Couto
from Small Animal Internal Medicine E-Book
by Richard W. Nelson, C. Guillermo Couto
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

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  • Beans and legumes are extremely difficult to digest as they are both carbs (very complex) and protein. I am actually very intolerant to red kidney beans (and lentils too) and raw kidney beans can actually kill you so SOAK legumes overnight and I really would recommend taking a food intolerance test before picking up the items in the video.

    In general for gut health, buy good quality DIGESTIVE ENZYMES (for me it works better than probiotics). Use herbs especially coriander, oregano, turmeric. Supplements like milk thistle, burdock Root, vitamin B (helps digest fat) are soo good.

  • i swear i hate hearing that ACV is the cure ugh… to be honest i think thats why im here because i thought it was good…. just be careful people

  • Thank you so much for all the good information. I’m 60 years old and had lots of stress lately, now I have heart burn and lots of bloating. Your information has helped me to know what foods to avoid and euch ones are good for me. Thank you so much.

  • Some of things I’ve just started doing over the past two days

    1) keep a water bottle with me during the night
    2) go for a walk/bike ride everyday
    3) After each meal 30/60 mins after do 10mins of burpees and jumping jacks
    4) Shower twice a day and each time start with 30secs of cold water because shivering can burn calories
    5) Stay active till about an hour till bed to keep yourself busy trying not to sit on the couch or bed
    6) Use a smaller plate or bowl because if you fill it up you’ll think you have to much food and your brain will tell your stomach you are full so you won’t eat the rest so less weight gain

    Please also I am going to say this but would be happy to not judge but I am 11 years old and weight 51kg

  • Hey Tom.
    Talk slowly. Don’t narrate too elaborately like talking to someone you know. Present professionally and Just to the point. Images on the same side with minimal transition effects. Closer camera. Sorry to advice you. But my 2 cents. Thank you for your amazing work already…

  • What probiotic do you recommend. And are the millions or billions better, are there even a difference. Also do we need to keep them in the refrigerator. If so I wouldn’t order them from amazon

  • The issue is I can’t go to the restroom without using laxatives and sometimes laxatives don’t even work when I was in 3rd grade I was prescribed laxatives so I don’t know what to do

  • Would you be able to comment and explain this recent research finding.
    https://www.ecu.edu.au/features/profiles/paleo-diet-linked-to-heart-disease-biomarker
    It would be greatly appreciated.

  • Everyone is saying I have to give up gluten but our family can’t afford that and I dont want to go hungry… should I just give it up anyways

  • for ppl that suffer from food addiction or low energy or low motivation or anxiety or depression or obesity. use.
    cortex stack from Amazon or livenootropics and L tyrosine and 5htp and probiotics and prebiotics and mucuna and maca and ashwagandha and iodine. and a good super food green and multivitamin and vitamin b complex.i promise. u feel best.best mood. no appetite and extremely fat loss

  • I just know that looking at how fit you are Thomas,you are my motivation, I am definitely getting there from following everything you say to do with intermittent fasting mixed with the keto diet..iv switched to prolonged fasting because I just don’t get hungry anymore

  • Beans are hard to digest and produce bloating…maybe it is best to hear advise from gastro. Don’t have idea what is your specializtion Dr Mona

  • Do you do a video on upper GI or something to help for acid reflux. This video is helpful, but do you address upper GI specifically?

  • Big mahalo Thomas. I’ve suffered massive gut dysregulation all my life. I started prolonged fasts a couple of months ago and it’s made a huge difference. Hoping I’ll be able to put some weight on and balance out my deficiencies.

  • So right now I was really frustrated, as I have a goal I want to reach concerning my body. And I do workouts every morning, i do cardio twice a week, but also try to est less than I did before because the amount I ate wasn‘t exactly healthy and I often lye in bed a whole day long on weekends. At the beginning I was really successful! I lost 2kg and went from 50kg to 48kg. But since a few weeks my body just seems to have a blockade.. I‘m stuck at 50 again. I don‘t necessarily gain any weight but I don’t loose any either and it‘s frustrating me so hard.. Not only that, but my family just eat what they want when knowing that I try to reach my goals. Everytime I have this really big portion and I always have the need to eat everything up, bit I don‘t want to.. Could someone help me please? I don‘t know what I‘m doing wrong.. Everything you‘ve said I have already been doing (excluding the warm water, I‘ve always been drinking cold water). And everytime I eat, my stomach get‘s so bloated.. I don‘t even want to weigh myself anymore because I feel like my body‘s gaining weight (even in the mornings). Does someone have any tips for me here?:/

  • Thank you�� Mona your so sweet. I agree with the sleep always craving the chocolate �� I try to get the very Dark ones. But yea, l enjoy your videos keep up the good work �� love with ��

  • I posted a message on the July 31st video and I guess I will post on every other video until I possibly get a response the July 10th video was “how to lose the last 10 lbs” And my question is do I have to get out of ketosis in order to up the leptin

  • This guy is a clown so entertaining ����I cant believe that you have such a following of idiots that listen to you lie to them your a scum bag pice of shit

  • Thank you for simplifying the process! Im sure this is really basic science to a lot of your viewers but I dont consider myself very educated so it is super helpful to have it broken down like this ����

  • Hmmm… so will fasting too fast impair my ability to break a fast with fasting?
    I apologize for saying that, I know it is really dumb but I felt inspired.
    Wishing you all a great week of happy and healthy absorption!

  • I bought a bottle of Sugar Blocker at the health food store. Will that help keep me in Ketosis if I slip and oh lets say Had a strawberry milkshake. Or did I waste my money. I have not taken any yet. Btw, after your RED LIGHT THERAPY vid, I bought a full size Red and Near Infared array.

  • Hey Paul my father passed away earlier this year from cancer. Because of this Ive been looking to making changes with my fitness and nutrition. Im really excited to try out intermittent fasting with your info from this video. Please keep the videos coming!

  • I take your point, but you’re sort of splitting hairs. From the first bite right up to utilization of nutrients at the molecular level, it’s all part of the digestive process. Absorbing nutrients, utilizing those nutrients after absorption, and excreting waste are all parts of the process.

  • The leaky gut thing looks to be rife. Great video Mona, always look after your gut, I hope I can some of those products in the UK. ���� I too love cereal ith almond milk and protein powder ��

  • The amount of people who vehemently believe and will argue against logic, facts and other people’s experiences, that if you put it in your mouth you are 100% guaranteed to have ABSORBED it, and you’re an idiot to think otherwise, is mindblowingly obtuse.

  • My theory on why I am hashi hypo is because of years of eating on the run, not properly chewing, wolfing down food, not absorbing. Stress plus malabsorption is illness. Thanks for the video!

  • Is there a reason why some of the products were to one side of you and some to the other side? It was very distracting to see the items just all over the place even as you started the video, and you did the same after you showed them. Lol. Maybe there’s a reason as to why you have them set like that and because I don’t know it seems just unorganized. Just wondering.

  • Thank you for this vid!! I have been super bloated for quite some time even with going plant based/vegan. I recently got hives and have had them for about a month(have had them before and took prednisone but wanted to go more natural this time) I am thinking its something to do with my gut health going to get it fully checked today

  • Hey thanks dude. Can you do a show on “black cumin seed oil”, I just got some, its from Israel… and can you look at the correlation between estrogen and autism. “SciShow news” on youtube. Thanks.

  • What one meal at 6:00pm (Omad), that has everything, perfectly? Answer that question and it will be the best diet ever. Until than I do weight lifting, keto, and intermittent fasting.

  • I read somewhere that sprouting grains Pryer to consumption changes the composition from a starch to a protein, is there any truth to this Mona?

  • I know i’m not absorbing food. I have sjögren’s so i don’t have lot of saliva in my mouth where absorbing starts. Also it dryes out stomach because there is also mucous membrane.It’s a crappy disease but keto has helped at least with my dry eyes, i feel with keto i’m giving my body best chances i can

  • You are absolutely right about sleep. Especially less deep sleep and anxiety is I believe the cause of my vitiligo but also my cure.. Thank you

  • Follow my INSTAGRAM @_hollyabel, I’m on my own personal journey to becoming a better me as well as helping others become a better them. I love learning and am looking for people to connect with. To educate myself from and to spread my knowledge with them!

  • Mung beans are ‘cooling foods’. If eaten near your menstrual date, your period will come earlier than usual and would give you bad cramps. It’s good to eat it but not too often. It’s best to eat them to bring down temperature from a fever.

  • Great video but it’s depressing. This just confirms that I don’t just have a problem with digestion, I also have a problem with absorption. I’ve been suffering with these problems since childhood and I am now 40 years old. Luckily I’m finally going to see a GI specialist but not till October 9th. I can’t wait!

  • A 30 day water fast cured a guy named” archimonde super angel” of lifelong chronic bad breath on a bad breath halitosis forum website!

  • excellent job, but maybe everyone does not know (from the viewers perspective that you reversed the 3D model so we could see the vein more clearly.

  • Hi Thomas,

    Great video!! Are you able to let us know what you recommend to help fix the issue? How often and how much we need to drink kombucha, kefir, collagen etc I know you mentioned those before how about update?:) thanks for all your help!!

    P.S i guess you made kettle and fire popular. Jewel was selling for 6.99 and now it is 8.99. Scary

  • Hello Dr. Mona, l am lactose intolerant and have GERD and esophagitis. The lactic acid in sauerkraut really irritates my stomach and makes me bloat and gassy. Is there any other way to ferment vegetables or do you have any other suggestions? Also, most of the packaged items from Thrive Market are marked as “Organic” “superfood” but also have the scary CA 65 prop warning. Are they actually safe to consume regularly..?! Thank you in advance.

  • Hello Thomas I’ve been going through many of your videos and love your detailed comments on Keto, Fasting, Carbs, The gut, and so forth. In many of your videos you use a baseline of 2000 calories per day but for someone just starting out with Keto or intermittent fasting, Do you have any guidelines on how many calories we should target a day? For example a man’s BMR may be 2000 but a womans is 1200. Just struggling to understand how to start

  • This is a natural lead into the question which probiotics aid absorption the most and how is it rated on the list of craving preventers. Is there any research that links certain probiotics to the prevention of certain types of cravings? I’m trying to pay more attention to the different kinds of minerals as they relate to cravings. Unsweet Bakers Brand chocolate does get me over when I going nuts and wanting to eat everything is sight. Good video.

  • Thank you Thomas for all of your nutritional/digestion videos. They explain why my stomach started hurting often when I stopped eating clean ten years ago & got worse. How to heal my stomach lining also, and a side effect of those great things has been weight loss again. Yay!

  • I have been drinking organic celery juice on an empty stomach in the morning 500mlfor everyday for 7 days and my gut is now healed.its been ages since I suffered from bloating or any digestion issues. trust me it really works

  • Do you think cell phone EMF radiation causes brain tumors,, mitochondria damage, massive oxidation, by flooding cells with calcium!??

    YouTube is EMF exposure really a big deal? By the truth about cancer

    So probiotics supplements don’t digest food?
    Wade t lightheart says probiotics supplements do digest mucoid plaque (years of undigested putrefaction fermentation rancid junk food built up thick glue on small intestine walls, colon walls)
    He studied learned from O’Brien who was at Bernard Jensen bedside when Jensen 76lbs dying hospital psa1600!! O’Brien gave Jensen 500 digestive enzymes and 250 probiotics supplements thru feeding tube Jensen walked out cured 8 weeks.

    So probiotics supplements are great 100 trillion good bacteria in gut IS 85% immune system
    But probiotics supplements don’t digest food??

    YouTube natural factors digestive enzymes
    Video with Michael Murray he shows yogurt thick clumpy puts one cap digestive enzymes in one and one probiotics supplements in other. yogurt with one digestive enzymes supplement turned liquidy other with probiotics supplements stood clumpy. He says people have wrong understanding probiotics supplements do not digest food digestive enzymes supplement do.

    Digestive enzymes supplement every meal everyday??
    YouTube Jon Barron digestive enzymes

  • Aren‘t you suuuper hungry after 16 hours of not eating? �� I would distract everybody during lectures because of my growling stomach ��

  • Most of you can research a lot of the this on your own or see a specialist to answer your questions. This dude is not a doctor or has any degrees in anything he talks about. he is just youtube actor/business man. No disrespect but this guy is getting richer by day feeding you idiots bullshit.

  • This is the first video I’ve watched by and I am definitely subscribing to your channel, you are so refreshing and explain things in an easy to understand manner and I love your honesty, thank you for the tips…

  • Would love to hear more about probiotics. Like which ones do what, are they ever a bad idea, how much do we need, fermented foods vs pills, etc. It’s all fascinating!

  • Can you do a video on how appetite and cravings can change during the female cycle and what are some strategies to address this? I generally do give in to my cravings during this time because I feel like it can be more stressful not to.

  • An aide to good gut health (in addition to healthy, clean eating) is to take a good probiotic, one that has to be refrigerated. I have taken one for more than 20 years. I will be 60 this month, and am in good health. I take no medicines and my blood work and blood pressure is always great. My husband says I barely look 42!

  • def will add the mung beans. i made my own sauerkraut recently. it came out good, and nice to not worry about added ingredients that i want to avoid:)

  • A Doctorate in pharmacy maybe, but pharmacy and herbalism has been effective for thousands of years, and surgery, we know, goes back at least to the Neolithic.

    Physicians, Doctors of Medicine, were routinely killing their patients right up to the time, and person, of George Washington. The advance of science has ameliorated the harm physicians now do, but the FDA and the Drugs Corporations have manfully stepped in to keep up the harm physicians do.

    And they said poor old Doctor Mendele was a bad person: at least he was honest.

    Now as for advertising for Thrive, was it? That is how business is done these days, and it gives us a free education from all over the internet.

    As for hydrochloride acid not being an enzyme, well, well spotted. Personally, I thought peptides were a brand of toothpaste, until I discovered Intelligent Design, which I do not subscribe to, but which does present a serious philosophical challenge to the current dominant evolutionary paradigm.

  • thank you for everything you do! i have suffered from IBS and right now both my mental and physical health isn’t doing the best but watching your videos today is giving me hope that I can take control of my life and heal:) thank you!

  • She says that inflammation affects your gut. But almost every food she has suggested is inflammatory. For one, grains are inflammatory.. they aren’t good for gut health especially if you’re struggling with gut issues: IBS, reflux/gerd, leaky gut, etc. And.. if you’re also struggling with gut health, legumes/nuts/seeds are not recommended at all. That’s why people go to the AIP diet to help.

  • https://www.plantbasednews.org/lifestyle/expert-slams-low-carb-diets-dietary-guidelines-advisory-committee

    I haven’t read through the whole study but this lady who is supposedly world renowned “slams” the ketogenic diet.

  • Amazing video ����
    Food to have to get a healthy gut
    1. Healthy Cereal (sprouted granola)
    2. ACV.
    3. Seaweed
    4. Mung beans
    5. Organic red kidney beans

  • Mona, you’re doing a great a job. one thing: if you’re mentioning brands and particularly American brands, makes your videos regional and country bound instead of addressing the globe, which YouTube supports you to do. You’re addressing all of us not just Americans. in addition, there’s a lot of packaged food you’re using which is again v.typical of America.

  • So do we need to be taking a probiotic or get what we need from food? What are some foods that we can eat to get the same benefits? Keto friendly and dairy free preferably.

  • The Ad..talking about
    Joints Pain…..I’m just
    curious….are PARASITES
    the CULPRIT of our
    Body&Joint Pain!!???
    Because,lately my entire
    Body,back,spine,joints and
    even my bones HURTS SO
    BAD…. IDK what’s going wrong with my body.

  • very welcome,you are always one step beyond!! there is plenty of video about nutrient properties but nobody undestand that the combination of nutrients makes the difference

  • Perhaps it would be worth mentioning MTHFR variation as it will effect the assimilation and use of nutrients. Also transportation of nutrients through blood and lymph can effect yhe body. Its mot just what you digest, it’s what you absorb, how well you transport it to where it’s needed AND how well it enters the cell and is used

  • Oh no…. what a useless speaker! She begins by saying that gut bacteria are “basically in your stomach”. WRONG: The gastric acid in your stomach that is released when you eat something would kill off your good bacteria not good! That is why nearly all internal bacteria and other digestive helpers such as enzymes live and thrive in the more alkaline environment of the small and large intestine. Very few people on Planet Earth really understand the human body, how it works and what it needs to achieve and maintain optimum wellness & longevity. Concerned about your health? Time to get real!

  • Thanks again for another informative video. It was nice to hear that I am not the only one who doesn’t like seaweed especially with everyone buying and crazy about those seaweeds from TJs and Costco. I will give a shot to this lime flavored ones as I love tart stuff. Thanks again!

  • Hi Mona, loved the video & yes gut health is sooooooo important. Do you think you can share some simple recipes for gut health. Thanks ��

  • Hi Thomas how do you think i should time my meal for fat loss(before workout, after workout) and also im an boxer and wanna kepp good performance too

  • A person with “Dr.” In front of her name just said HCl is an enzyme… I knew this channel was basically just a giant thrive commercial but this health advice is coming from someone who is not educated in diet/nutrition. Judging from the comments, vulnerable people are falling for it.

  • When should you avoid Probiotics? Do a video on that.

    My farts tell me my digestion is bad.. i have narrowed it to down to chai seeds, chickpeas, and legumes.

    Slowed down my eating, added ACV, ginger with lemon and salt(chew 20 mins prior to meals).

  • Does this have any effect on how many calories your body produces with the food you eat? I know there are still nutrients and calories contained in our bowel movements, so it doesn’t seem unreasonable to think that out of two people eating the same meal, one of them will absorb more calories and the other will pass more calories.

  • Thank you so much for this video. I’ve had issues with bloating and various OCD natured routines that just disrupt my life for about a year now and I was wondering if you could make a video on how to fit your bathroom routine into vacations and sleepovers. I have this constant fear of being bloated and I hate using other people’s bathrooms and I know a lot of girls feel the same. I really appreciate your honesty and this video was extremely helpful��

  • Vid seems good but I think some of the info contradicts what’s being taught with FODMAP’s and fermented foods being good for your gut, especially bloating issues.

  • Just wanted to say I started watching your videos about a 3 weeks ago. I spent the whole night learning the basics of the keto diet and hearing your story. I am currently on day 12 and have lost about 7 pounds. I really enjoy how down to earth you are on some things, and especially your budget grocery runs as I am currently in college. I hope to record my progress so I can look back and maybe even inspire someone, as you have inspired many people!

  • I guarantee 30-40 years ago this was not being talked about because we did not have pesticides in our food,. So we did not have to worry about it because everything was fine with our food…

  • Here is a question. If probiotics help with absorption, what helps with motility and healing of the intestines; more specific large intestines? Suffer chronic constipation and get pain in lower left of abdomen, and need to take supplements to help with going to bathroom (sodium, potassium, magnesium citrate).

  • my fave digestion go to, especially if I have eaten something “challenging”, ahem, is ACV in some filtered water afterwards! not too much water, only about a half cup!:)

  • She makes it sound so easy �� my body is working against me! I’m always switching between nothing and then everything �� also I’m always bloated with stomach aches and I’m usually feeling unwell and as I’m about to be sick ������ hate this so much and it really affects me in a way

  • Hi, really love your video I give you 10/10 for creativity really educational and would like to use it on my group with your permission its called “Stay Home & Stay Active” I’m trying to raise health and fitness awareness its also a group connected to my fan page with is called “Wise Slim Habits” I wish I could tell you my story and why I’m trying to reach out to people but it’s to long and would really appreciate your help so I’m going to like and subscribe to your channel and if you could get back to me and I’ll share your channel on my group as a return favour thank you for your time?

  • I didn’t realize how crucial the lymph system is in Ketosis. I rebound every day to aid lymph circulation thinking it was primarily important for detoxing. Will you do a vid about the lymph system? It’s even more important than I realized and many of your viewers, I’m sure.

  • ok Im confused, you said that you do intermittent fasting but you said ” I eat dinner at 6pm then i have my breakfast but dont eat until noon”……isnt breakfast breaking your fast? Please explain

  • I have chronic IBS, GERD, Gastritis, inflammation for over 10 years. I had to get rid of alot of foods but struggle from letting go of foods I shouldn’t eat but I can’t right now it’s very hard. Pretty much Id have to be vegetarian to have no digestive issues but not at that point. I love fish and chicken, pizza, sweets, sour dough bread, pastas ;(. I was doing well for months until I had 1 donut and a beef burrito and taco and now the problems came back like bloating, lots of gas, belching, hard time swallowing it’s been going on for 3 months now. I drink kombucha and take probiotic pills and nothing. Any help on this? The problem is also eating too much because of anxiety depression binging it sucks

  • Hey Annie! I am an Ayurvedic practitioner and I appreciate you exposing viewers to the tabou of elimination. In my practice, we speak A LOT about it. Gut health is so very important. I do have to note that, according to Ayurvedic medicine, the tip on inflammation does not apply to everyone. In fact, cruciferous veggies can actually cause a lot of bloating and gas for some individuals. But appart from that, thank you for creating simple informative videos.

  • After a long detox (10 days on water fast) I binged on pizza, egg muffins + other stuff, and I was surprised to have absolutely zero �� the following days, and no constipation whatsoever.
    Never happpened before. My colon must be sooo clean!
    (I’m on dry fast now fyi)

  • Are Red lentils suppose to turn yellow when cooked? Does it loose its quality?

    Also, would love to see a video on best forms of natural electrolytes.

    And if possible, info on keratosis Polaris related to gluten??

  • Great video. I have Celiacs and an ER doctor told me this week there isn’t such thing as having problem absorbing vitamins. This was after I told him I’d been told this at Celiac study by doctors and dietitians that specialize. Many doctors are imbeciles and dangerous.

  • it made me uncomfy when you said our intestines could stretch out almost the size of a tennis court (cause i didn’t think of it that way) haha but i do love all the info and the small details you give us!:)

  • what are all the different ways to increase/improve absorption rateslike fasting or eating after a workout. And is it a good idea to exploit absorption rates in the first place?

  • I always thought drinking water with my meals would help soften the food and make it easier for my body… oh well, gonna change that now

  • I have fructose malabsorption. Can this be healed with a healthy gut? Would like to see a video on Fructose and Lactose intolerance.

  • You’re so lovely! This video popped up in my ‘recommended’, but you are so honest and genuine, and your content has great value. Just subscribed! Thank you for your content xx

  • daily morning gut detox, organ cleanse, antiinflamm drink on wakeup: 600ml water + 1 tbsp ACV + cucumber and lemon (seeping for 24h prior) + superfood greens = poop like a champion.

  • You seem like a nice guy but your video just sounds like a sales pitch. Someone your age shouldn’t need to take digestive enzymes so the whole thing just sounds a bit fake.

  • Hi Thomas Can you make a video on how to heal the gut and make absorbtion better with things like L glutamine, N-A-G, colostrum and any other things you know, thanks��

  • Liked the video, but those digestive enzymes pills dont work the enzymes are long dead before you take them,…. try some fermented foods like sauerkraut, natto, kimchi and many more.