3 Unhealthy Eating Habits You Must Avoid

Have you ever heard the food coma? It is when you feel sleepy and tired after you eat a big and heavy meal, and when you just want to sit down and take a nap. People tend to overeat and persons who regularly consume foods rich in calories often experience this feeling. But if you eat healthy, moderate but you still feel bloated, maybe you should probably make some changes in your eating habits. We made a list of three habits that you should avoid, especially if you want to have energy after any meal!

Cold water

If you drink ice water while eating is a bad habit! It shrinks blood vessels, slows digestion and prevents absorption of nutrients.This thing can cause a harder ingestion of fats. Drinking ice water you lower your body temperature and you make the body energy to focus on this instead to focus on digestion. If you want to boost your metabolism and digestion, then you should drink hot water with lemon or a cup of green tea.

The combination of starch and protein is very harmful for digestion!

Meat and potatoes, burgers and fries and other similar combinations that we eat regularly can cause heartburn, because proteins need more time to digest, while starch is digested quickly. When you eat them together, they mix in your stomach. The starch and stays there for hours until the proteins are digested. In this process are released gas and bloating can occur. You must remember not to combine these two ingredients. The simplest is to combine starches with vegetables, are easier to digest and you will not have problems.

Avoid to drink too much water

Drinking excess water while eating is harmful for health! We all know that water is good for our health, but like everything else should be consumed in moderation. If you exaggerated, this may lead to bloating and digestive problems. That’s because the stomach secretes hydrochloric acid, and when we eat and drink extra water, we dilute the acid water more than necessary. Therefore, all doctors and nutritionists recommended not to drink water at least half an hour before and after meals.