Fat loss tips for 2020 - digestion

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For some people we address their food quality and the exercise components, and they still struggle to lose body fat (you might have found this for yourself). In many cases if they were on their own, they would usually try to add in more training or lower their calories. This unfortunately won’t work, especially where the digestive system is concerned.
 
You see, the digestive system is pretty complex, and its job is to digest, break down, and then absorb the food that you eat into your blood stream. At this point it is delivered around your body to support all of your systems (such as the heart, kidneys, brain and liver).
 
If your body isn’t able to break down your food efficiently, many of your systems begin to function at a slower rate. You will feel sluggish, it will impact your mood, it will impact your sleep, your blood sugar levels (causing you to eat poor food), and you’ll also struggle to add muscle tissue (key for achieving maximal fat loss).
 


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‚ÄčThe problem for so many people, is that they have very little understanding of digestive
health. Therefore, they wouldn’t even think to look into it. So, to identify any potential digestive system issues, ask yourself:
 
1. Do you suffer from bloating when you eat a meal?
2. Do you suffer from gas?
3. Do you regularly have loose stools?
4. Do you suffer from constipation?
5. Do you feel fatigued after eating a meal?
6. Are there any key foods that cause you severe discomfort when you eat them?
 
If you answered yes to at least three of the questions above, the chances are you do have some level of digestion issues. However, in many cases, you will see relief from many issues by adding in some very basic supplements.
 
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