Uncomfortable gas & bloating? This 2,500 year-old method can help!
Did you know that one of the oldest medical practices is over 2,500 years old?
What’s more, this medicine has a specific way of dealing with THE most common digestive issue people over 50 faces…
Yes, I’m talking about constipation.
Many doctors shrug this condition off and often refer to it as a side effect of ageing…
Which is AWFUL advice!
Rather than trying to find the root cause, they’ll often prescribe laxatives to help and ease the situation.
But what doctors do NOT tell you is that laxatives can become addictive, AND make it even harder to go by yourself once you stop taking them.
Not to mention that constipation has little to do with age...
And everything to do with one simple habit you can begin today…
Once you start implementing this habit, you can say goodbye to:
The feeling of bloating the second you eat a delicious meal. And because of that, your belly seems to have a “swollen” bulge.
Feeling like all your intestines are stuffy and clogged up, causing your uncomfortable pain.
Embarrassing and uncontrollable gas issues on both ends, which seem to happen at the worst times.
Having your stomach becoming hard as granite, making it painful to walk, sit, or stand.
This simple trick has its roots coming from the oldest medicine in the world - Tibetan Medicine.
The core belief of Tibetan medicine is that you take into consideration the whole person - not just symptoms.
Tibetan healers first look to improve things that a person can change right away...
Before prescribing any medications, herbs or supplements.
And when it comes to constipation, these healers don’t recommend changing anything in your diet.
Rather, they first look not at WHAT you eat. But rather HOW you do it.
You see, many believe that digestion starts inside your stomach.
Truth is, digestion begins the second food enters your mouth.
When you chew food you produce saliva and break down bigger pieces of food into smaller ones.
This helps to lubricate the food that enters your esophagus and allows for a smoother transition down the chain.
And when you chew food properly, you produce more saliva which means better lubrication.
Thus it helps with digestion and can elevate issues with constipation.
Now, you might be wondering:
“How many times should I chew my food before swallowing?”
Unfortunately there is no definite answer.
Because it depends on many factors.
Such as the type of food you eat, how the food was cooked etc.
But what I could say is, instead of counting the chewing times, try to focus on how long it takes you to finish your meals.
For example, if it takes you three minutes to finish your breakfast, you're most likely eating a bit too fast.
Instead, try to focus on finishing a meal in 20 min instead.
This will do two things:
#1. It’ll help you slow down and relax while eating your food.
#2. Mindful eating and proper chewing will work wonders for your digestion.
Cheers to happy bathroom times!
P.S. If you already chew your food properly yet struggle with digestive issues, there might be something with your gut that needs special attention. I’ll share more about this in the next Monday's email
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