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2 Things You Do Often Immediately After Eating That Can Harm You

It is said that a person who is healthy is equally wealthy. For us to stay healthy at all times, we are supposed to check the kind of lifestyle we live.

Our eating habit matter a lot as a human being and we must know what to eat and the activities to carry out at a particular time in order to keep our body strong and kicking.

Well, majority of the foods we eat are usually packed with lots of fatty substances. When we do certain things immediately after eating these foods, they are capable of harming us.

This is why this article reveals about two (2) things we do often that we must take precautions for.1. Immediately after eating, one thing that some people do often is jumping into their bed.

This does not really go down well with our health as it slows down digestion, causing the fats from the food to accumulate which can result to weight gain. Excess weight gain in turn to lead to several other diseases.

In this case, we are advised to take a little walk immediately after eating in order to help the stomach digest the food faster. A study has this to say below:

2. Another thing that is capable of harming us is taking cold drink immediately after eating. In as much as it is tempting to step down a plate of food with a very chilled drink, you should also think about the health effects.When we take cold water or any other cold drinks immediately after eating, they end up congealing the oil from the food and turning them to dangerous fats in the body.

This could lead to bad cholesterol which can progress into other health problems like heart diseases, high blood pressure, kidney and liver issues. It is more advisable to take a glass of warm water immediately after eating especially when we eat oily foods.

This way, it helps the food to digest quickly thereby saving the stomach from problems such as constipation, bowel obstruction and others.

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