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Over indulged with food and drink this festive Season?

December 14, 2015

Natures Aid DigestEeze Tablets

  2fe1423d-7970-11e4-8be4-001999b209eb It's the holiday season, christmas parties, work parties , family gatherings and general socialising will lead to everyone over indulging on food and drink at some point this month and lets face it we've all put our diets and exercise plans on hold until the new year. Over indulging on food and drink causes indigestion, upset stomach, pain and discomfort. DigestEeze by Natures Aid conatins the ingredient milk thistle (silybum marianum) it is known as Holy thistle, Ladys thistle and St.Marys thistle and has been used in various preparations for over 2000 years, dating back to the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Milk Thistle is used as a natural treatment for liver problems such as cirrhosis , jaundice, hepatitis and gallbladder disorders.Some claim it may also provide heart benefits by lowering cholesterol levels.The benefits of Milk Thistle relate primarily to its role as one of the herbs for liver and digestion.The liver is a very important organ, which not only produces bile for digestion as well as hormones but is highly protective, acting to protect your system from poisonous material circulating in your blood. Liver problems caused by toxins such as alcohol, may cause inflammation and enlargement of the liver and cause damage to the liver cells. This can stop the liver doing its job , to protect the body. Milk Thistle is one of the bitter herbs and will assist your digestion by stimulating the flow of bile as well as helping to reduce liver inflammation and to heal any damaged cells. So if your feeling a little worse for wear consider this amazing liver supporting herb to help regulate your digestive system. Each tablet conatins 137.5mg -165mg of standardised dry extract Milk Thistle fruits equivalent to 2750-6600mg Milk Thistle fruit.  

Tips to support healthy digestion

  1. Try to relax, the stress of modern day living can have a devastating effect on our digestive health
  2. Eat more slowly, eating food quickly and on the go with busy lifestyles often has an adverse effect on the digestive system
  3. diet, try not to eat large quantities of processed meats, refined grains and ulttra pasteurised and difficult to digest dairy products
  4. Less is more, try no to over-indulge on food and drink and eat smaller portions at meal times
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