How to Reverse a Day of Bad Eating

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We’ve all had one of those days. Indulging in sweet treats, processed foods and unhealthy choices happens from time to time. The next day though you might wake up in a food coma feeling bloated, tired and maybe even irritable. Don’t get discouraged though. Just get right back on track. To expedite the process of feeling better try these suggestions. They are surefire ways to fast track back to your healthiest self and reverse bad eating from the day before.

 

Eat Foods Rich in Fiber

When you’ve had a day of poor eating you probably didn’t get much fiber in your diet. Fiber is found abundantly in foods such as veggies, fruits, beans and whole grains. It’s also found in chia and flax seeds. Getting extra fiber helps food better digest and move through your system. Chia and flax seeds are also rich in Omega-3’s, which has said to be helpful in boosting mood. Blend up a smoothie and include chia or flax seeds, fruits and veggies.

 

Drink Bone Broth

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Bone broth offers a wealth of benefits and is excellent to include in your diet anytime. However, it is an especially good choice when you are feeling tired, bloated and lethargic. Bone broth helps replenish lost minerals and nutrients and repair the gut. The collagen in bone broth can also inhibit inflammation, which is helpful to reduce bloating and aids you in feeling better all around. You can make a variety of types of bone broth including beef, chicken and turkey. Too time consuming? Order it easily online from one of our favorite companies, . They make organic bone broth and ship it all over the nation direct to consumers.

 

Guzzle Water with Lemon

It might seem obvious but sometimes when we’ve had a binge eating day we don’t really feel like drinking water. This is vitally important though because the body will get back on track more quickly when it is sufficiently hydrated. Plus, water will flush out your system and keep you hydrated. Lemons are loaded with potassium, magnesium and copper, not to mention vitamin C. Adding lemons or lemon juice to water can help aid in digestion as well as help you process the good foods you consume more slowly, allowing your body to pull out more of the nutrients. Drink up and you’ll start feeling better from your bad day of eating.

 

Keep it Clean

What does that mean? Clean eating means that you are selecting and eating foods in their whole form. An easy way to figure this out is to try and stick to one ingredient foods. When you look at the nutrition label, only one ingredient should appear. Better year, pick foods that don’t even require a label, like fresh veggies, fruits and lean meats. Whole foods don’t contain additives and preservatives, which are major contributors to feeling bloated and achy, alongside a host of other health problems. You can still cook and make healthy dishes, just select one ingredient foods with which to create your meal. Want more tips on How to start clean eating?  Try one of our favorite Fit Mom Diet clean eating recipes and get our cookbook filled with healthy clean eating meal ideas.