1. Eat local fruits
In whichever location you are in right now try eating as locally as possible and having local fruits and berries helps in your health as you are acclimatized to the local food in your area; and fruits have antioxidants and vitamins which improves your digestive health
2. Eat varied Vegetables
People tend to be choosy and picky in their choice of vegetables but eating a varied range of vegetables might heal your Gut and strengthen you’re overall Digestive health.
3. Avoid Packaged and Fried Food
Packaged Food, Fried Food, Food with preservatives, and Refined food must be avoided. Fried food has unfortunately become a major part of our diet and also we because of sappy Ads have also included a large amount of packaged and refined Food in our diet which is causing problems for our digestive health like Bloating, Acidity, nausea, etc.
4. Fermented food is good for you
Having food that is fermented by yeast or bacteria might boost the number of good bacteria in your Gut and improve your overall digestive health. So have foods like yogurt, South Indian foods like Dosa, Idli, and Appams.
5. Eat Whole Grains
Ragi, Bajra, Jwar, normal Wheat, etc are good for your Gut as it contains nondigestible carbs which pass from the small intestine to the large intestine directly and gives to boost to good bacteria in your system.
6. Minimize Dairy
One should eat by observing your body to the reactions it has to the food we eat not just by the taste. If your body feels problems like bloating, gas after having dairy you should minimize dairy in your diet as much as possible.
7. Give preference to plant-based diets
Meat if you make it sparse in your diet will be good for your Gut health as meat causes bad bacteria to rise in your system.
8. Pre-biotic Food might help
Foods like Garlic, Onions, Asparagus are the kind of food that is good for your Gut health.
9. Have sprouts and nuts as snacks
If you feel the urge to have snacks at times you should replace unhealthy snacks with sprouts and nut
10. Don’t pop in antacids and laxatives too much
If you are having recurrent digestive issues like acidity and constipation it might have deeper roots in your unhealthy gut and making good and healthy lifestyle choices is the answer to not popping antacids and laxatives too much which might be detrimental to your digestive health.