7 Superfoods That
Help In Digestion

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Digestive tract plays a vital role in your body and unfortunately a lot of people complain of pain in the stomach caused by undigested food. 

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Usually, the pain subsides within a day or two. But what is the cause for undigested food? Indigestion is a result of bad eating habits or lack of exercise.

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Here's a list of foods from Nutritionist Nmami Agarwal that you can add to your daily diet in order to get your digestive system back in order.


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Yogurt contains friendly bacteria called probiotics and is incredibly good for your digestion. You can have a bowl of yogurt after lunch to help digest the food.


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Ginger can reduce bloating and other digestive problems. It appears to expedite food's movement and reduces the risk of heartburn, nausea and stomach discomfort. 

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Fibre is an important nutrient for digestion as it stimulates the bowel movements. The skins of vegetables are often rich in fibre therefore, it is best to consume them whole.


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Bananas are rich in fibre and pectin. Bananas are also low a GI food. Have one banana every day either in your breakfast cereal, smoothie, or as a whole.


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Fennel a carminative herb is also an antispasmodic agent that relaxes the smooth muscles in your digestive tract and ease gastrointestinal symptoms. 


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The fruit Papaya contains a digestive enzyme called papain that assists in breaking down protein fibres and aids in the digestive process. 

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