Drink Your Way To Better Digestive Health

Staying hydrated is the key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. You must have also heard from fitness gurus that one of the ways to effectively lose weight is to drink lots of water. Think of water as a nutrient that your body needs which is present in liquids, plain water and food. It is advised that you always carry a bottle of water when you leave home. Did you know that adding some simple ingredients to your water is one of the best ways to improve your digestion? Which is great not only for your body but also your mind!
Here are a few ingredients that you can add to your water to give your digestive system a boost.

Lemon
Lemon is said to be one of the best sources of Vitamin C. If you're not getting your daily intake of fruits, then this would be a convenient way to get your daily dose of Vitamin C. Adding 2-3 thin slices of lemon to your water will help in keeping your immune system up, and protect you from some viruses. lemon-compressed

Mint leaves
Mint leaves are used as an ingredient to enhance the taste of water and there are many beneficial reasons for doing so. One of the best reasons for using mint leaves in your water is to help in soothing an irritated stomach.mint-compressed

Cinnamon
If you are looking for an easy away to improve digestion, you can look at cinnamon. Cinnamon is widely used for its medicinal values. If you have digestive issues, try mixing one stick of cinnamon in a cup of warm water, and drinking. cinnamon-compressed

Ginger
Just like cinnamon, ginger is also a great ingredient that has medicinal values. Cut some fresh ginger, mix it with water and leave it overnight. This would give time for the water to absorb all the nutrients from the ginger and will help in easing digestive problems.ginger-compressed

Cucumber
Cucumber is a great source of Vitamin B. It helps in easing our stress and anxiety, which is one of the main contributors to a bad digestive system. cucumber-compressed

Try adding the above-mentioned ingredients to your everyday water intake and improve your digestive health, sip by sip! 

—Joseph Bhathena

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