Many factors affect the health and life of a person, including physical activity and nutrition.
On what products we use, it depends whether our body receives useful substances or vice versa harms. And if vegetables, fruits, greens, as well as seafood and dairy products belong to the category of useful products, then smoked products, confectionery, sweet fizzy drinks, on the contrary, instead of benefits provoke the appearance of various diseases.
However, according to experts, some eating habits may be involved in digestion disorders, as well as in the emergence of diabetes and obesity.
One of them is a chewing gum, which increases the amount of juice emitted by the stomach, resulting in the release of hydrochloric acid.
It is not recommended to Chew Gum on the Hungry Stomach
Given that such a process can occur at a time when the stomach is empty, the acid will damage its tissues, thereby increasing the risk of ulcers. Nutritionists are advised to chew the gum for no more than ten minutes after eating, because, due to increased secretion of gastric juice, the process of digestion is accelerated, and also the food that remains between the teeth is removed with the help of chewing gum.
One of the most dangerous diseases is salmonella, which can be infected by eating meat and eggs of any poultry.
To avoid infection with such a disease, in which there is a strong indigestion, a vomiting reflex, fever and general weakness, before using, it is necessary to thoroughly wash all vegetables and remove the most polluted places, and also not to eat eggs boiled soft-boiled.
Experts argue that these bacteria die only at high temperatures, which affects them for at least fifteen minutes. Mistresses should remember that the dishwashing sponge should be changed at least once a week, and after each use, it is necessary to thoroughly wash and dry, because it accumulates a huge number of microbes and bacteria.