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Is Your Digestive System Working Against You?


This post is sort of a part 2 to my post last Wednesday, Thoughts on Veganism & Vegetarianism. The reason why I wanted to write this type of post is because a lot of times, the reason why some people turn to veganism or vegetarianism is that they find they don't feel well after eating meat.


Like a gluten intolerance, eating meat can cause bloating, nausea, constipation, and fatigue in people who aren't able to properly digest the proteins. If you have been feeling these symptoms, there are ways to fix this issue. Please keep in mind that there are certain health issues that contribute to the inability to digest meat. I'm just covering digestion in general. Let's get right into it!

I won't reiterate my feelings on why meat is an important component to your diet, so I'll just start off by sharing why some people are less tolerant of meats. There is no one-diet-fits-all approach to this. Some people are fine eating a whole steak without any problems, however there are some that experience abdominal discomfort. Proper digestion is key.


Here are some ways to improve your digestion: