July 30, 2011

Drink When Eating Can Digestive System Work Inhibition

Not a few people who drink on the sidelines because they can chew the food easier to swallow food. Though menengak water while eating can prevent stomach and digestive power causes an increase in insulin that can bind more fat. "Most people drink water while eating. Theory fall to make the food more quickly. But those people do not know how wrong this practice and how their digestive systems are very difficult," says Shonali Sabherwal, macrobiotic counselor from India ..

Shonali explains, drinking water while eating can block the digestive system and cause increased insulin significantly. For people who suffer from digestive problems, the consequences can even vary."Our stomach has the ability to know when you will eat and immediately begin to release digestive juices. If you start drinking water at the same time, all you do is scrape the digestive juices that are released to digest food, so akkhirnya inhibit digestive system works," continued Shonali. 
Who drink water while eating will be absorbed by the stomach wall. This absorption will continue to happen until the digestive juices are concentrated enough to begin digesting food. "But then, because digestive juices mixed with water, the concentration of substance now becomes thicker than the content of the food in the stomach. It causes fewer gastric fluid to be secreted to digest the food. As a result, the food is not digested will enter into the system because will be absorbed by the stomach wall. This will cause acid reflux and heart burn (heat sensation in the chest), "said Shonali. 

Drinking while eating also can cause elevated levels of insulin. The more insulin is released in the bloodstream, the more likely the body to store fat. To avoid a lot to drink while eating, Shonali give some advice, among others, do not eat too salty or thirsty and that can make a lot, and do not eat in a hurry.Research shows that drinking a little water during the meal is not a big concern, but drinking a glass or two more glasses of water can interfere with digestion. "The best thing is to drink water before and approximately two hours after a meal because it helps in the absorption of nutrients," said the researchers.



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