Digestion involves the breakdown of large and insoluble food molecules into small water soluble food molecules that can be absorbed by the consequent watery blood plasma. The substances that have been broken down can then be absorbed into the body through the small intestine and into the blood stream altogether. Digestion can be viewed as a form of catabolism from which the process of digestion can be subdivided into two aspects inclusive of chemical and mechanical digestion. Mechanical digestion involves the physical breakdown of the consequently large pieces of food into smaller pieces that can be acted upon by the digestive enzymes altogether. The chemical digestion aspect constitutes of enzymes that break down the food into smaller molecules for use by the body altogether.
Mastication comprises of chewing food at the mouth from which mechanical digestion commences altogether. Silava, is a liquid emanating from the salivary glands and consequently contains the salivary amylase which is a consequent enzyme that enhances the digestion of the starch in food altogether. Mucus in the saliva also lubricates the food while hydrogen carbonate which is a consequent facet of the saliva acts by providing the require PH which is alkaline for the convenience of amylase. These activities result into the development of bolus which travel down the oesophasgus and consequently into the stomach by peristalsis.
Digestion is associated with bloating which involves the swelling or increase in the diameter of the abdominal area and a person experiencing the latter may be accompanied by the growling of the stomach altogether. The stomach cramps during bloating constituting a painful aspect from which the pain may change locations. Bloating results from irritable bowel syndrome, diet, lactose intolerance, constipation and reflux. When digestion is not taking place properly, there emanates aspects of gas from which taking insufficient amounts of water may be a consequent result of the stomach bloating altogether. Bloating can be remedied by taking water which aids in digestion. Once fat cells build up, they may cause a slowed endeavor in the process of empting the stomach. Dairy products are associated with aspects of bloating, gas and cramps respectively. Some of the causes leading to bloating comprise food allergy, lactose intolerance gastric distension, overating, irritable bowel syndrome, particle bowel obstruction, gastric dumping syndrome and constipation among other related reasons.
Improper dieting is a consequent reason behind stomach bloating since gas occurs due to bacteria action at the colon and is a byproduct of the consequent soluble fiber digestion. Bloating emanates due to inadequate intake of water or fibre that leads to constipation. It is important to note that fibre is a constituent of vegetables and fruits altogether.
Persons who experience bloating may take dairy products, vegetables and grains that contain enzymes that are necessary especially in breaking down the sugars that lead to aspects of bloating altogether. These remedies can be taking before meals or food is consumed or may be consequently added into the food that is highly associated with bloating or gas respectively. Physical exercise is also recommended especially after taking a meal and may constitute various aspects inclusive of taking a walk after having a meal. It is also important for one to take ample amounts of water altogether. From this perspective, it is important to note that taking foods that are cold or hot may result to drawing air which leads to bloating altogether. Meals that comprise high amounts of fats are also a common cause to bloating. In conclusion, one should observe good dietary habits that prevent aspects of bloating while considering the intake of ample amounts of water.