Sauerkraut improves digestion. Prebiotic fibers and helpful microbes make fermented meals like sauerkraut easier to digest.
Fiber-rich diets support digestion. Navy, kidney, and black beans help you reach your daily goal. Navy beans have 19 grams of fiber per serving, according to the USDA.
A June 2021 American Journal of Gastroenterology study found that two kiwis a day relieved constipation better than prunes or psyllium. Kiwis liked their high-fiber dinner.
Bacteria, fungi, and viruses inhabit stomachs. Feeding your gut microbiome upsets its delicate balance. Probiotic yogurt aids digestion, immunity, and inflammation.
Fish oil's omega-3 fatty acids lessen heart and digestive system inflammation. Start with a Mediterranean diet with fatty fish like salmon, halibut, and mackerel.
Drug Design, Development, and Therapy highlighted turmeric's anti-inflammatory benefits on heart disease, IBD, and depression in November 2021.
Ginger, a popular Japanese spice and Asian treatment for belly aches and nausea, is also a powerful anti-inflammatory and an excellent diet for digestion.
Gastroenterologists recommend peppermint for indigestion and irritable bowel syndrome.
Water helps your body digest meals, thus fiber and fluids work together to move solids through your system, according to Mayo Clinic.