There is a lot that goes on inside our bodies. While it can be affected by several other things, changing eating habits is one of them. When your digestive system doesn't work properly, you face stomach problems like diarrhea, gas, burning, and more. Burning sensation in the stomach is one of the most common problems we all face. Causes can be many, some of them are unhealthy food, drinking chlorinated water, infection among others. 

 When your stomach is unable to digest the food that you consume, it starts to clog into the intestine and this leads to stomach burns. To prevent this, you need to bring in the right changes in your eating habits. 

No To Refined Oil

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Start by changing your cooking oil. We use refined oils to prepare our food that easily gets oxidized and damages the cells of your body. This further harms your stomach and causes burning sensation. Pick coconut oil or desi ghee to prepare your meals.

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No Dairy Products

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When you have dairy products like milk, cheese, there is a rise in your blood sugar and insulin level. Dairy products leave an acidic residue in your stomach that causes a burning sensation. Otherwise, also, dairy products make you gain weight and also lead to a lot of skin problems. Also, drinking milk on an empty stomach often causes problem in the stomach. 

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No Sugar

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Say no to sugar! Sugar not only adds to your weight but leads to early ageing, inflammation and more that is harmful for your stomach. If you want to stay healthy, maintain your digestive health, stop having refined sugar. Have raw honey whenever you have sugar cravings. Honey is loaded with vitamins and minerals that are good for you. 

Have foods that are easier do digest so that your stomach doesn't have to work hard to digest the food. Have boiled foods like veggies, rice. Avoid adding too much oil or spices in your food. 

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Here are some other changes that you should make in your diet to prevent this problem:
  • Stop smoking
  • Say no to alcohol
  • Never skip your meals
  • Go for a walk or exercise for atleast 30 minutes everyday
  • Have lots of green vegetables and fruits
  • Avoid oily foods

These changes in your lifestyle and eating habits will help you maintain your overall health.