The intestine is the main place of food digestion and absorption, and is closely related to people’s dietary habits, many people will not pay attention to diet, which leads to intestinal health problems.
An unhealthy intestinal tract can cause digestive and absorption disorders, leading to constipation, diarrhea, bloating and other uncomfortable symptoms, and may even cause intestinal diseases.
Therefore, to maintain a healthy intestinal tract, daily eating habits are very important. What dietary habits are good for intestinal health? The following follow the gastrointestinal physician of Changsha Dongda Anal Hospital to understand the following.
- balanced and diverse diet
Keeping a balanced and diversified diet is good for the dynamic balance of intestinal flora to maintain intestinal health. Three meals a day can be matched with coarse and fine, meat and vegetables, color matching and other forms to achieve the purpose of food diversity and balanced nutrition.
- Eat fresh and hygienic food
Food storage time will cause changes in its intrinsic quality and sensory quality, especially in the hot summer, more prone to corruption and deterioration, once consumed by people, it is easy to cause food poisoning, resulting in abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, etc.. Choose fresh ingredients on a daily basis to ensure dietary hygiene from the source and avoid intestinal problems.
- Eat in moderation
Usually eat in moderation, eat seven or eight minutes per meal, eat too much and too full may increase the burden on the intestines, affecting health. At the same time, a regular diet, three meals a day, chew and swallow slowly, to avoid hunger a full meal, so that the intestines can better digest and absorb food.
- Intake of sufficient water
Ensure sufficient water intake every day can help digest food, promote intestinal peristalsis, increase fecal discharge and prevent constipation. Drink a small amount of water, several times, a small slow drink is appropriate, can choose plain water, lemon water, light honey water, etc..
- Adequate intake of dietary fiber
Adequate daily intake of dietary fiber, such as vegetables, fruits, coarse grains, etc., can stimulate intestinal contraction and peristalsis, soften the stool, promote defecation, prevent and relieve constipation. And eating more dietary fiber food can also adsorb the toxins produced by metabolism in the intestine, play a cleansing role in the intestine and protect human health.
The intestine is an important digestive organ of the human body, good dietary habits is an important prerequisite for intestinal health, daily focus on diet, in order to “intestinal” health, I hope that we maintain good dietary habits, to protect the intestinal health, reduce intestinal problems occur!