Fibre belongs to the family of carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are the main source of fuel needed for any form of physical activity, fuelling brain and overall vital function of our body. However, fibre itself doesn’t provide us energy as it is enzyme human digestive system is unable to break down and hold its sugars together instead. That results into slow release of sugars in food, reduce hunger and satisfy our appetite. Therefore dietary fibre is behind the weight loss.Continue reading “Fibre Factor Diet”
Digestive problems are linked to poor nutrition and lack of body movements. I feel that during autumn/winter when days are shorter we tend to skip our outdoor running or feel too tired for evening gym classes. Sunny days are gone and the colourful choice of fresh fruit and vegetable are narrowed down and as a result we prefer baked potatoes over salads. Diet and lifestyle changes can have a positive impact on your gut health. Have a look on my TOP 6 steps you can follow!
1.Eat real food
Whole fresh and home-made food is beneficial for your healthy digestion. Avoid fast-foods and other processed foods, lots of sweets or ice-creams or low-calorie drinks – those are typically high in refined salt and sugar (artificial sweeteners).