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Wonder Full Keto In addition, it itself makes it clear that the book is no substitute for medical advice. Therefore, before adhering to what Taubes stands for, seek a doctor you trust to find out what is really right for you, given your goals and health. It is very common to drink something during meals. Many drink soda while others prefer more natural options like mate, juices and water. But does drinking fluids during meals hurt our digestion? Does it impair the speed and utilization of nutrients? Let's know this now! The balance of the digestive system is a key principle in Ayurvedic Medicine. Therefore, there are several general practice recommendations for good digestion. To understand your concept, let's compare this process with a bonfire. If the flame is too low, it will take a long time to cook the food, and if it is high, there is too much fire and it can burn the food. If we put a large piece of wood, it will extinguish the fire. Our "digestive fire," as they call it, should be sufficient to digest our food effectively and gently. What is recommended by Ayurvedic Medicine is a glass of water with ginger and lemon before meals. However, there are other views, which adopt different practices, such as Western Medicine. However, both agree that digestion is very important for health, as is keeping the body slim to create mental well-being. What happens in poor digestion? Indigestion, irritability, bloating, lethargy, headaches, insatiable desires, inability to discern true hunger and depression. But does drinking fluids during meals hurt? Have you ever wondered what you drink and how much you drink during meals? A feeling of satisfaction, clarity, occurs when digestion is done naturally. To broaden our understanding of these sensations, it is important to learn how fluids influence the digestive process. Healthy digestion In short, the digestive process begins in the mouth with the mechanics of chewing, then begins the action of the salivary glands that produce enzyme-rich saliva, which has the role of breaking down food molecules. Another function of saliva is to soften the food to smooth the passage, first to the esophagus, then to the stomach. Then the food receives the action of gastric juice, which is acidic, and breaks it down, producing the liquid chyme.