Lifestyle plays a crucial role in gut inflammation. As a start, look at what your job – does it give you enough time to relax and eat regular, healthy meals?
I’ve noticed that many of my clients eat in a hurry. They rush through their meals – sometimes even skipping meals altogether. I’ve had clients who skip breakfast or eat their supper too late in the day. Eating too late is a big, big mistake many people make. Instead of eating supper around 6:00 pm or 7:00 pm, they’re having it or 10:00 pm or 11:00 pm. People get distracted by their computer and can’t be bothered to eat for hours. And, when they do eat, they eat in front of Facebook. Irregular eating patterns can contribute to gut inflammation. I’ve seen this with people who go on fasts or extreme diets. I don’t recommend those kinds of eating regimes at all.
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Think about how you can incorporate healthy eating into your daily life. I think it’s essential to eat roughly around the same time each day, give or take an hour. When you do eat, sit down, take your time, relax, and chew your food correctly. I recommend saving the newspapers and screens for after your meals. Ideally, you can eat outside at a beautiful table. I recommend staying away from alcohol if you want to reduce gut inflammation.
There is no point in eating healthy food if you don’t have the time to eat it properly. You need the time to chew properly and have your “rest and digest” system (your parasympathetic nervous system) up and running.
Relationships can also impact your gut health. What type of relationship issues have you got personally or professionally? Are these affecting your eating?
As you can see, several factors can increase or decrease gut inflammation. An overall healthy lifestyle can make a big difference to the health of your digestive system.