1.Sauerkraut- You may think of sauerkraut as just something to pile on a hot dog, but this popular condiment is actually a food that helps digestion. That’s because sauerkraut, buttermilk, sourdough, and other fermented foods contain beneficial bacteria that make them easier to digest.
2.Beans- Research published in Nutrition Journal showed that people had less gas than they thought they would when upping black-eyed peas consumption.
3.Yogurt- Friendly bacteria that live inside your digestive tract help digestion. Yogurt with live cultures and other foods that contain probiotics build up that positive population.
4.Fish Oil- Fish oil can benefit not only your heart, but your digestive tract as well. To start, add fatty fish like salmon, tuna, and mackerel in your diet, all good foods for digestion.
5.Ginger- Ginger is a food that helps digestion by speeding up the process that moves food from the stomach into the upper small intestine, according to a study published in the European Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology.
6.Peppermint- Soothing, aromatic peppermint may help ease indigestion as well as some symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
7.Fluids- Fluids play an essential role in partnership with fiber to get solids through your system. In fact, one of the easiest digestive tips to follow is to stay hydrated throughout the day. Water is a great choice to speed digestion, but almost any fluid will do.
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