3 Ways to Improve Your Digestive System's Motility

wellness Apr 21, 2022

Want insight on how to improve the motility of your digestive system?

The 3 tips I'm about to share with you are easy and will have you taking action today!

Why Does Digestive Motility Matter?

Improving your health comes down to improving your core function and your digestive system plays a role in that.

Remember that you should be having a bowel movement at least once a day.

>>This will help with decreasing inflammation as well as getting toxins out of your body, so enjoy your time on the jon!<<

If regular bowel movements aren't happening for you, don't be hard on yourself. You're in good hands because I'm about to share with you how to change that!

Here are a few of my best digestive system motility tips:

Light Fasting 

In an ideal world, everyone would have a 12-hour window for eating and a 12-hour window for not eating.

But we don't live in a perfect world!

First and foremost I encourage you to listen to your body, however, a good starting goal to have with intermittent fasting is to eat while the sun is up.

With time you can work to close that gap and be more intuitive with your hunger.

Stop Snacking

If you're eating every 2 hours, your digestive system is constantly working to digest food when what it really needs is a break to move things through more efficiently.

If you find yourself needing to snack, try increasing good quality fats, good quality proteins, and vegetables in your diet.

We can all use more vegetables...myself included!

Also be sure to decrease processed food, sugar, and fake sugars as that might be what's causing spikes in blood sugar.

Stay Hydrated

Hydration has soooo many health benefits for the body and improving your digestive system's motility is one of them!

Because of the fascia that is involved in our gut, staying hydrated can strengthen your fascial tensegrity to help to push waste through your digestive system.

Want to get your hands on more gut tips? Download my free Gut Health Bundle (with a list of recommended supplements!) to learn how your gut function is connected to your overall health. You can get the bundle right >>HERE.<<

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