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How to have a flat abdomen

How to have a flat abdomen

There are three key elements that need to be considered in order to have a flat stomach: good digestion, a good level of "friendly" bacteria in the digestive system and a diet based on chemically unprocessed foods.

There are three key elements that need to be considered in order to have a flat stomach: good digestion, a good level of "friendly" bacteria in the digestive system and a diet based on chemically unprocessed foods.
Digestion starts from the brain, when we decide what to eat, and continues with chewing. The food then passes into the stomach, small intestine and then into the colon. The main purpose is a good chewing of food.
If the food is well chewed, it is combined with digestive juices, such as the enzyme amylase, which has the role of dissolving carbohydrates, proteases, which deals with the dissolution of proteins, and lipase, which deals with fats.
If food is not chewed well, the body cannot absorb the nutrients necessary for hormones to improve the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and proteins.

The stomach will bloat, because large chunks of food are on the gastrointestinal tract.
These bacteria are in the stomach and help digest food. In the stomach there are good bacteria and bad bacteria. Friendly bacteria include probiotics or lactobacillus acidophilus, bifidobacterium bifidum and streptococcus yhermophilus. Good bacteria have the role of normalizing the transit time of food to the colon, helping to digest nutrients, creating an alkaline environment that does not allow the installation of microbes, manipulating the B vitamins that help metabolize proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
If there is a deficiency of friendly bacteria in the body, the digestive system does not function optimally. In addition, candida microbes begin to develop, which release toxins that can cause dizziness, headache, nausea, bloating, indigestion and constant fatigue.
Read the whole article in: Truth
November 24, 2006

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