Food therapy, eating habits, and stress management are all critical for digestive health

1Food therapy:

  • Food therapy, similar to what occupational therapy or physical therapy achieves, helps with feeding difficulties due to sensory integration issues, autism, behavioural problems, and other unresolved or undiagnosed needs. It’s important to be included in as occupational therapy services.
  • This is a tool that makes a direct connection between what we eat and how we feel, between mood and food health guidelines would have us believe that eating well is primarily about nutrition. Not true. Eating right is about preparing the right food for how you happen to be feeling. This is a tool that inspires you to make and then act

    Eating habits:

       Below mentioned points should be taken care

  • Imbalanced diet
  • Poor absorptions
  • Gut Inflammations index
  • Dairy products and Gluten rich diet
  • Poor digestive enzymes or lack of digestive enzymes
  • Chronic or acute diseases
  • Lack of Magnesium
  • Lack of gut flora
  • Processed food
  • Sugar and salt-rich diet
  • Low fibre
  • Excess use of antibiotics
  • Physical and mental Stress
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Excess intake of food at irregular intervals
  • Artificial colours, preservatives &antioxidants in packed food and
  • Imbalance gastric Ph
  • Maintain a positive attitude.
  • Agree that there are events that you cannot control.
  • Analyse your opinions, or beliefs, feelings instead of becoming angry, defensive, or passive. Be assertive instead of aggressive.
  • Practice and learn relaxation techniques; yoga or try meditation, tai-chi for stress management.
  • Exercise Your body can fight stress better.
  • Eat health, nutrition rich, well-balanced meals.
  • Manage your time more effectively.
  • Set proper limits.
  • Make time for passion, hobbies, interests, and relaxation.
  • Your body needs time to recover from stressful events, so have enough rest and sleep.
  • Don’t rely on alcohol, drugs to reduce stress.
  • Seek social support. Spend enough time with those you enjoy.

    Stress management:

  • Maintain a positive attitude.
  • Agree that there are events that you cannot control.
  • Analyse your opinions, or beliefs, feelings instead of becoming angry, defensive, or passive. Be assertive instead of aggressive.
  • Practice and learn relaxation techniques; yoga or try meditation, tai-chi for stress management.
  • Exercise Your body can fight stress better.
  • Eat health, nutrition rich, well-balanced meals.
  • Manage your time more effectively.
  • Set proper limits.
  • Make time for passion, hobbies, interests, and relaxation.
  • Your body needs time to recover from stressful events, so have enough rest and sleep.
  • Don’t rely on alcohol, drugs to reduce stress.
  • Seek social support. Spend enough time with those you enjoy.

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