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      Tips To Keep Your Gut Happy Before Wedding

    • Keep your gut happy, and enjoy that paneer tikka at your wedding!

      Who does not adore the wedding season, with all of its beautiful glitter and outfits it brings along with gala festivities and lively cheer?

      When weddings are at the boom, a wedding reception is incomplete without good food. The amount of food cooked at an Indian wedding is enough to feed a village, and the hosts' only goal is that every wedding guest leaves satisfied and full.

      The indulgent foods and drinks consumed during this time can seriously affect your digestive system. However, some foods can improve your digestion. All you need to do is to compose them into your diet.

      Nowadays, most weddings include a salad bar or a fresh fruit counter. So fill your plate almost to the brim with these before moving on to the greasier stuff.

      Wedding preparations also bring upset stomachs and gut issues, as, among the chaos of all the arrangements, we have no time to think about what we are filling up our tummies with.

      Let us discuss how unhealthy food intake can mess up our gut and bring unannounced stomach issues. 

      Common GI Issues Due To Heavy Wedding Meals

      Well, it is not unknown that Indian weddings are nothing less than a feast. Menus in traditional Indian weddings have many food items that one must consider before eating. In this scenario, people either choose the wrong food items or overeat. Both are not good for our health, especially for the bride and groom, because they are busy with their marriage rituals, and discomfort is quite evident on their faces. 

      A poor gut can bring digestive problems and many disorders that affect the digestive tract, also known as the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. For example, acid reflux, bloating, constipation or diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, and heartburn are common digestive tract issues caused by heavy meals or overeating.

      If you have abdominal issues that last for a long time, you may need home remedies, medical attention, or a change in your lifestyle.

      Let us enlighten you about some of the GI problems so that you can be cautious and not intake foods which contribute to it.

      Some Of The Common GI Problems:

      1. Acid reflux 

      Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), or acid reflux, occurs when stomach contents reflux into the oesophagus. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a severe and chronic condition in which GERD causes recurring symptoms or leads to complications over time.

      2. Bloating 

      A feeling of fullness in the abdomen is known as bloating. Bloating is typically caused by gas in the intestines and can be caused by various factors, including overeating, lactose intolerance, and constipation.

      3. Constipation 

      When bowel movements become less frequent, and stools become difficult to pass. It occurs most frequently due to dietary or routine changes, poor food selection, or insufficient fibre intake. Contact your doctor if you have severe pain, blood in your stools, or constipation that lasts more than three weeks.

      4. Diarrhoea 

      Diarrhoea is a common ailment that almost everyone suffers from on occasion. It is distinguished by the passage of loose, watery stool and abdominal pain and cramping. Diarrhoea usually settles down on its own after a few days, but severe or chronic diarrhoea that lasts for weeks can indicate a serious health problem that requires medical attention.

      5. Nausea and vomiting 

      The uneasiness of nausea and vomiting can be caused by many reasons, including early pregnancy, concussions, and stomach flu. There are numerous ways to relieve nausea in both adults and children. Nausea and vomiting are symptoms of various conditions, including infection ("stomach flu"), food poisoning, motion sickness, overeating, a blocked intestine, illness, concussion or brain injury, appendicitis, and migraines. It can help to drink ice-cold beverages and eat light, bland foods.

      6. Indigestion

      Indigestion, also known as dyspepsia or an upset stomach, is a pain in the upper abdomen. Rather than a specific disease, it refers to symptoms such as abdominal pain and feeling fullness soon after eating. Indigestion is also a symptom of several digestive disorders.

      Indigestion is common, but each person may experience it slightly differently.

      7. Heartburn

      The burning sensation or heartburn occurs just behind your breastbone. The pain is frequently worse after eating, lying, or bending over.

      Heartburn is expected but not cause for concern. People can manage their heartburn symptoms independently with lifestyle changes and over-the-counter medications.

      Do not go too far to look for solutions; ToneOp offers ways to attain a happy gut and resolve GI issues already present.

      Tips For Everyone To Resolve Common GI Issues Post-Wedding Meal

      Indians have unique ways of celebrating with friends and family, whether on a special occasion, a wedding, or a regular get-together. We cannot stop trying all our favourite dishes on the menu, especially at weddings. We eat a lot of food at weddings or during pre-wedding preparations and get our stomachs upset the next day. Food poisoning occurs from time to time. If you have a wedding planned and are about to eat something like this, the home remedies shared below will help you easily overcome this problem by adopting them.

      You may also read- Low-Calorie Dishes: Pre-Wedding Weight-Loss Diet

      Home Remedies To Revitalise Your Gut

      1. Have Fenugreek For Digestive Problems 

      Eating the wrong food at weddings frequently causes stomach irritation.

      To ease the burning sensation, consume cumin and fenugreek seeds. First, blend with half a teaspoon of fenugreek seeds and half a teaspoon of cumin seeds roasted in oil. Then combine this paste with curd and consume it once or twice a day.

      2. Ginger And Its Effects  

      Ginger has always been used in Indian homes to enhance the flavour of other dishes. But, surprisingly, you can use it even if you have a stomachache. Yes, you can take ginger powder mixed with buttermilk once or twice a day. Many believe drinking its juice mixed with honey keeps the stomach in shape. You can also consider ginger herbal tea.

      3. Tulsi And Its Medicinal Properties  

      Tulsi leaf is a one-stop shop for home remedies. The stomach is always correct, regardless of how it is used. For example, you can make basil leaf juice with honey if your stomach is upset by eating side-by-side food at weddings. This will provide immediate relief. 

      4. Lemon And Sugar Drink For Stomach Inflammation  

      Sugar and lemon juice mixed with lukewarm water can relieve stomach problems. However, it must be consumed twice a day. Many experts believe that combining lemon, ginger juice, and black pepper and consuming it also provides stomach relief. 

      5. Ajwain And Rock Salt Mix For Proper Digestion

      If you have indigestion or acidity after eating at a wedding or party, try a mixture of ajwain powder, carom seeds, and rock salt. Combining these two ingredients in a glass of water will provide immediate relief from bloating and other stomach-related issues.

      6. Yoghurt, To Ease Down Full Stomach

      A bowl of yoghurt can help if you are feeling heavy and uneasy. This can be very beneficial for anyone suffering from diarrhoea. As a serving, yoghurt can be consumed daily with cumin seeds and salt.

      7. Saunf Water And Refreshment Properties

      Fennel seeds, also known as saunf, have cooling properties that benefit the stomach. These seeds contain compounds such as fenchone and estragole, which aid in removing gas from the gut—fennel seeds aid in producing gastric juices, which help digestion. After your meal, drink fennel tea or fennel seed water.

      Foods That Improve Gut Health During Wedding Season 

      When attending the wedding, seek the healthiest options. Fill your plate with fruit and salad from the wedding's fruit and salad bar. The goal is to feel full before indulging in greasier foods. After your nutritious fruit and salad meal, you can have a few small portions of other dishes.

      The simplest way to keep your digestive system healthy during the wedding is to stay hydrated. Make sure to drink at least 2-3 litres of water daily to flush out all the toxins from your body. To speed up the cleansing process, add sliced lemons, cucumbers, and chopped mint leaves to a water bottle that you can drink all day.

      Raw vegetables such as broccoli, kale, cauliflower, and cabbage cause bloating. Avoid processed foods that are high in sodium as well. Eating potassium-rich foods like bananas and nut butter can significantly reduce bloating.

      Besides these foods, trying out specific recipes can also help relieve digestive problems. 

       

      Let your gut bloom!

      Pre-wedding preparation can go hard on our bodies and make us ignorant about our food consumption and diet intake. Moreover, avoiding heavy and spicy food during wedding festivities can be difficult. Hence it is best to keep the alternatives and remedial elements handy to prevent extreme digestive discomfort. 

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