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Tips this Holiday Season for Staying on top of a Digestive Disorder

  • Tips this Holiday Season for Staying on top of a Digestive Disorder

    Tips this Holiday Season for Staying on top of a Digestive Disorder

    As you are preparing for the holiday festivities are you making good food choices for yourself?  Do you find that you are tempted by some of your favorite foods, maybe eating more than you are used to eating?

    Here are some tips that may help you this holiday season with your digestive disorder.

    • Did you know that eating larger portions actually puts more stress on your digestive tract?  The larger the portion the more pressure you apply to the esophageal sphincter (this is the muscle that keeps digested food down where it belongs). When there is a buildup of pressure, the food and acid will back up, causing heartburn.  Also, over eating can slow down your entire digestive system which can lead to stomach cramps or even constipation.  Try eating smaller portions to help you avoid this uncomfortable situation.
    • While enjoying all those tasty holiday treats keep in mind that most of them usually are high in sugar and fat.  This can cause weight gain.  Over a course of a few months this excess weight can trigger tummy upset.  Most people don’t realize that fat can slow down digestion and trigger reflux.  Some of the foods that may add to reflux are chocolate, coffee, alcohol and mints.
    • Have you ever noticed around the holidays there aren’t a lot of fibrous foods for you to choose from? Think of your favorite holiday food.  It probably isn’t bran flakes.  Most holiday dinner tables do not have fiber included in the meal.  This small thing can lead to constipation.  Try to add a fibrous side dish or desert to your meal.
    • Lastly holiday stress.  It is unavoidable and is usually triggered by mall shopping, cooking, cleaning, travel, and family conflict.  This can cause an upset stomach and even heartburn.  If your coping mechanism is to over eat you are not alone.  Try to find an outlet for your stress so it doesn’t get the best of you.  Some suggestions are yoga, walking or even meditation. Choose what works best for you.

    We here at A.M.P. FLORACEL® want to see you achieve the best possible you this holiday season. While being aware of your surroundings remember that taking your supplement daily will help you avoid some of the situations mentioned above.

    A.M.P. FLORACEL ® is an all natural, non toxic way to keep your digestive tract healthy. The way that it works is it absorbs into your intestines and flows through your bloodstream which can help distribute the nutrients throughout your body. (Every bone, muscle, gland tissue, and organ needs to absorb your nutrients properly). The healthy flora needs to thrive throughout your body and help to coat areas of the digestive tract that are infected, hurt, inflamed and/or bleeding. The healing process now can begin.

    Researchers believe 90% of all diseases begin in the digestive tract due to improper digestion, absorption, and assimilation of nutrients. In order for disorders and diseases of the digestive tract to recover, the immune system must be able to properly digest, absorb, and assimilate nutrients. Without proper absorption of essential nutrients, the immune system is unable to ward off potential diseases or battle against existing conditions.

    The key to a healthy digestive system and a healthy immune system is the oral ingestion of A.M.P. FLORACEL® this holiday season!

    Happy Holiday Season from all of us here at A.M.P.FLORACEL ®!