TrainingGetting a good night's rest, meditating, yoga and moderate-intensity exercise help the body recover and keep inflammations away. Keep in mind that excessive exercise can have a negative influence on gastrointestinal function and that consuming large quantities of food before training is to be avoided.
NutritionFirst, try to find out if you have any type of allergy or food intolerance, because those can cause gastrointestinal discomfort. If that is not the case, try to stay away from sugars, processed foods and strongly spiced and heavy meals. Chew your food well for optimal enzymatic action and for breaking your food down into smaller particles. Consume foods that are rich in fibre, as well as good sources of omega-3 and other healthy fats.
SupplementationSome supplements are rich in natural ingredients that can be very useful in the treatment and prevention of digestive and intestinal problems. Such supplements can stimulate or neutralise gastric secretions, provide important enzymes for processing foods in the digestive tract, or contain calming or anti-emetic substances that help control nausea or vomiting.
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Specific substances like ginger have anti-emetic or anti-inflammatory properties that can be of use in situations of nausea, vomiting and other symptoms of gastrointestinal issues. Certain products stimulate the production of enzymes responsible for the digestion of foods, or help prevent heartburn, sickness and gastric discomfort.