Top 10 Tips for Sensitive Stomachs How to Avoid Foods that Fight

The moment people put food in their mouths everything changes and they start to think that they have done their duty regarding nutrition, and that the process of digestion is automatic and completely beyond their control and therefore no need for concern. This thought of course is a huge mistake. As a chef please allow me to tell you to eat properly, you need to understand a little something about the digestive process.

Let me begin by explaining a few key points I think you should know right from the beginning. First the alimentary canal is a fascinating, miraculous mechanism, which can deal simultaneously with different foods, subjecting them to various and sometimes very opposing processes.

Secondly, the digestive system quite frankly and sincerely is all about your mouth, oesophagus, stomach, duodenum, small intestine and colon. Each of these gets their help and support from the salivary glands, pancreas, liver and gall bladder. Now here’s a simple break down of each one of them…

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