Time to Improve Your Digestion!

You’re definitely not the only one who feels it’s time to improve your digestion after the holidays! After some holiday stress and being out of routine, indulging in rich (and delicious) foods and caving to a few too many treats, my stomach is feeling out of sorts, to say the least. I am ashamed to admit that there were even a few days over the holidays when a single fruit or vegetable didn’t even enter my system!
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It’s time to get back into routine and focus on ways to improve your digestion.

It’s amazing how much better you feel both inside and out when your digestive system is functioning well.

There are a few foods that have been known to improve your digestion such as peppermint, ginger and apple cider vinegar (source: www.wellandgood.com/good-food/eating-prevent-bloating-digestion), however there are also some supplements that can assist as well. Orange Naturals has a few supplements that can help including their Digestion and Digestion for Kids. These are definitely worth consideration if you or your child suffers from nausea, bloating, heartburn or gas.

I’ve also read recently that drinking warm peppermint tea alongside your meal helps to improve your digestion. I’m a huge fan of peppermint, and because it assists in having a happier digestive system, I will definitely give it a try with my dinner moving forward.


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Disclosure: I am part of the Orange Naturals Mom Ambassador Program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.

As always, please check with your family doctor before making the decision to start any health related products to your daily routine. This post is meant to be informative and is not meant to supplement advice from your doctor.

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