These Signs Can Tell You If Your Bowels Are Upset


And here’s what you can do about it

Bowel problems are, of course, very annoying. It is becoming more and more common to hear that someone has the Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). But even if you do not have IBS, you can often have problems with your bowels. We share which signs indicate that your intestines are upset and how you can remedy this. 


Gut upset has some pretty nasty effects on your daily life. And the rumbling sound your bowels can make is the least annoying of all – unless it happens during a super serious meeting, not cool. 

In addition to the growling sound, according to dietician Jaime Rose Chambers, other signs that indicate your gut is upset include:

  • Bloating;
  • Indigestion;
  • Burning heartburn;
  • Abdominal pain;
  • Constipation;
  • Diarrhea;
  • Nausea;
  • Vomiting;
  • Flatulence.

Gut Flora

The above symptoms are annoying to experience. So you want your gut to be balanced. This is also important for the rest of your body. A healthy gut is important because it relates to many functions of the body, including healthy digestion, bowel function and absorption of nutrients from our food,” the dietitian explains to Body + Soul. It forms a barrier to make your body more resilient and protected. “

So keeping your gut healthy is important. But how do you do that? First, according to Chambers, it’s important to understand that your gut flora plays an important role. The health of your gut is largely determined by the health of your gut flora (a large number of different gut-friendly bacteria). It has an important function. It supports digestion, absorbs nutrients, and it regulates the immune system.

Getting good bacteria in

Healthy gut, healthy gut flora. Sounds great, of course, but how do you get those healthy bacteria? Fortunately, according to Chambers, it’s not rocket science. Her advice is to eat a variety of plant-based foods and to consume probiotic foods daily. The latter sounds complicated, but it’s not either. For example, you can eat kefir. You’ll find tons of it in the supermarket on the yogurt shelf. Probiotic kefir yogurt takes your gut health to the next level,” says Chambers. Plus, it’s easy to incorporate into your daily diet. For example, eat it for breakfast with granola, make a dressing with it or a tasty yogurt-like dip.

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