Digestive Disorders

Digestion is an organic process that breaks down and transforms the food you eat into nutrients that pass through your intestinal wall to get into your bloodstream. It starts in your mouth, where you grind them and mix with your saliva, and then it continues in your stomach, which secretes digestive juices to break down the food for a few hours. When the predigested food (or chyme) leaves your stomach, your intestine continues to digest them by adding digestive juices from your pancreas and gallbladder. The resulting nutrients cross the wall of your intestine and circulate in your blood. What has not been absorbed, added to the dead cells of your intestinal wall, turns into fecal matter in your colon. Disorders in the digestive system (gastrointestinal) are all problems that simultaneously affect several parts of the digestive system, while others only affect one part or one organ. There are many digestive disorders such as dyspepsia, ulcers, bulimia, and many more and their causes vary and some of these causes can also be attributed to food allergies or intolerances. However many of these causes are related to improper diet such as fast food, improper and poor nutrition in food intake and the like. Take steps today to lower your risk of digestive disorders and also naturally manage the impact of poor nutrition on various other organs of the body by adding proper nutrition in the form of our seabuckthorn products fortified with necessary herbs derived from ancient ayurvedic wisdom.


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