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Focus on warmth: even when temperatures rise outside, the body still needs internal heat with foods ingested. Skip ice in your drinks, make sure to have several cups of warm water and ginger powder tea every single day. Ginger is the ultimate warming food, incorporating it in your meals is the most effective way to provide warming essence.


Bone broth: is a soothing and medicinal food that not only nourishes the digestion, but helps restore intestinal lining.


Chewing: chew your food thoroughly. Digestion actually begins in the mouth, when food and saliva combine. The more you chew your food and break it down, the easier the entire digestive process will be.


Herbs: taking TICM herbs is a great method to support digestion and return the functioning back to a harmonious one. Your physician will prescribe depending on your individual requirements.


Vitality herbs: this ancient formula helps support healthy digestion of food and emotions, dries dampness and promotes water metabolism, relieves symptoms of indigestion and chronic diarrhea, oedema, cough, difficult breathing, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, reduced urination, tonifies the Spleen, promotes Qi flow, low energy, weak limbs, excess phlegm that's difficult to cough out, bloating.


Spleen herbs: helps panic attacks, fear, fatigue, poor memory, phobias, short attention span or depression, excess perspiration, night sweats, irregular menstruation, dizziness, blurry vision, genital itchiness, impotence, abdominal distention after eating, premenstrual spotting, dry skin and dry hair.


Take a break: literally, take a breather. Leave your phone at home and go for a walk, meditate, take some deep breaths outside. We do not unplug nearly as much as we need to. Make an effort to and you will see improvement in your digestion.


If you are trying to improve your digestion, in addition to iced and cold foods, try and avoid hard and dry foods like crackers, chips, power bars, etc. Have simple meals like rice noodles, vegetables and a bit of protein or a cup of white rice and bone broth and vegetables.

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