In celebration of our St Remio Nutraceutical Nespresso* tea range, we’re exploring one tea benefit each week to delve a little deeper into your understanding of your body and what can benefit it!
Digestive problems consist of a daily struggle that sees constipation, diarrhoea, bloating and discomfort become a large part of everyday life. While you are not alone, this struggle can be a painful or embarrassing one. In celebration of the St Remio Nutraceutical Nespresso* tea range, we explore the idea of ‘Digestion’ and give you some tips to get your digestive system working smoothly!
- First meal of the day is always the most important
Breakfast is called break-fast for a reason. Your bodies have been in shutdown mode whilst sleeping and it’s important to break this ‘fasting’ by putting a decent meal in your body, kick starting your metabolism and doing your digestive system a favour. Make it even more effective by adding a daily probiotic to your first meal, such as a yogurt especially targeting digestive discomfort.
- Slow and steady
Your days are rushed and eating can sometimes seem like a secondary thought, therefore it’s done on the run or it’s rushed so as to continue with your daily tasks. Rushing your food will cause you to cramp as your digestive system can’t keep up with the food you’re ploughing down. Stop, relax and slowly eat your food so you can digest and at a good pace. Trust us, you’ll enjoy it far better.
- Try a targeting Tea
When your afternoon-itis hits, replace you usual coffee run with a specialised tea such as St Remio Digest Tea. Especially created to target symptoms such as stomach discomfort and inflammation whilst also assisting in calming and strengthening the digestive system, its heaven in a cup for those experiencing some discomfort throughout the day.
- Incorporate high-fibre into your diet
Sticking to a diet that is high fibre and rich in whole grains, legumes and vegetables can help to improve your digestive health. Diets high in fibre helps food to move through the digestive track, making it less likely for you to become constipated. A high fibre diet can also help you prevent or treat various digestive conditions, such as diverticulosis, haemorrhoids, and irritable bowel syndrome. In addition, it can help you achieve or maintain a healthy weight