Have you ever felt discomfort after eating too much?
Lots of people show indigestion problems, like heartburn and constipation.
However, the solution for this problem can be in the meal itself, as there are some ingredients with digestive properties.
These problems often appear after a week of balanced diet and lots of excess at the weekend or holidays.
In today’s video, you’ll learn which ingredients can help you, if that’s your case.
Mint, rosemary, lemon balm, chamomile, salvia, boldo, carqueja, anise and psyllium: all these ingredients help to calm nausea down and they avoid the accumulation of gas and stimulate movement in the digestive system.
So, what about preparing a homemade seasoning that can be used in your meals?
1 teaspoon of sea salt;
1 tablespoon of coriander seeds;
1 tablespoon of cumin seeds;
½ cup of toasted sesame seeds;
¾ cup of pistachio;
¼ teaspoon of black ground pepper.
Toast the pistachios and the seeds using a frying pan in medium heat.
After that, transfer to a food processor and add the salt and pepper.
When everything is blended, store the mix in a sealed container and use it to season your food, from rice to meat.
This mixture of spices is a good natural seasoning that can help you in cases of indigestion.
Besides that, remember that mint, salvia, chamomile, rosemary and even green tea can be good for you.
If the symptoms persist, you should see a doctor who’s going to help you with a more specific orientation.
And you shouldn’t ingest liquids during your meals.
This habit compromises the digestive process and the use of the ingested nutrients, compromising its absorption.
In this case, you’d rather ingest liquids before or 30 minutes after the meal to guarantee a good digestion.
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