1- Chewing food longer - Aid the digestive
process by chewing your food longer than usual (break it down to almost a
2 - Drink Water - Water assist with moving waste through your system and aids in dissolving uric acid and urea when remove from the kidney
3 - Eat More fiber foods- fiber foods moves quickly and relatively easily through your digestive tract and helps it function properly. A high-fiber diet may also help reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes.
4 - Drink Tea: green/ginger (Organic is the best – Why? It lack pesticides & growth hormones) - These teas cleanse and act as digestive aids (drink without sugar or sugar substitutes).
5 - Eat organic & all natural foods -
Add food to your diet that do not contain growth hormones, preservative,MSG,
additives, etc.) A true organic and all natural foods should not contain
6 - Exercise - Exercise can come in many form, you should do it any chance you get even if time is a factor. For example: After a meal get on your feet and wash your dishes instead of using the dish washer or go for a walk with a relative or friend;
Walk any chance you get, leave early for school, work, shopping or other destinations and take the stairs, always walk from the longest distance possible to any destination you are trying to get to; jog, swim, ride your bike; Go out dancing friends and dance the night away understanding that you’re there for enjoyment and most importantly, to get exercise; Play sports join a community team, or school team. Most areas provide leagues to accommodate most age groups. From 4 to 60 years of age;
Work out with light weights repeating many repetitions; Do what you enjoy a lot and incorporate exercise.