September 27, 2020

Tips for Digestive Health While Traveling

Like most people, the feeling of constipation can ruin what can be a very excellent travel experience, especially the part where you get to eat and taste different cuisines and delicacies from that place. For you not to miss out any once-in-a-lifetime chance to have that culinary experience, here are five tips that you can follow to take care of your digestive health when traveling.

  1. Carry A Medicine With You

It’s always better to be safe than to be sorry; thus, whenever you travel, it might be best if you always carry medicine that can help alleviate constipation. This way, you won’t have to burden yourself whenever trouble shows up. Aside from that, you won’t have the problem of finding this kind of medicine especially when you’re still on the road, and there aren’t any pharmacy near.

  1. Fruit At Breakfasts

Our bodies tend to digest fruit quickly if compared to other food items, and with this is the amount of dietary fiber that you supply to your body. Choosing to eat fruit on breakfast can help you jump start your digestive system in the morning. You can have this whenever you go to a restaurant in the morning to have your breakfast, or you can have it in your fruit or yogurt cup that you can have in a cafe.

  1. Keep Yourself Hydrated

Traveling can dehydrate you, and dehydration is one of the causes of constipation. To avoid this, it is essential that you keep yourself well hydrated. Carry water with you at all times. Also, water can help fiber do its job; thus, making your digestive system healthier.

  1. Carry Healthy Snacks With You

Whenever you plan to head to another destination, always see to it that you carry with you some healthy snacks that you can consume. This is to avoid being starved along the way or worse, opting for junk and unhealthy food.

  1. Have Slow Travel

Whenever you travel slow, you will have the chance to be acquainted with the destination and its locals better than just rushing through. Also, it also allows your body not to be too overwhelmed, making all of your systems adjust and stay on track as well.

 

14 thoughts on “Tips for Digestive Health While Traveling

  1. Today, I went to the beachfront with my kids.
    I found a sea shell and gave it to my 4 year old daughter
    and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She put the shell to her ear and screamed.
    There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear.

    She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is totally off topic but I had to
    tell someone!

  2. While running Disqus comments on a blog that I managed, I didn’t find too much trouble running it either. It gave me quick moderation control, filtered out a lot of the spam automatically and accidentally at times flagged good comments as spam – but it seemed to work fine.
    Maybe some people like posting comments with Facebook, but I feel like there’s a worry about the activity being posted to your feed. With Disqus, they don’t have to worry about that and moderation is really good for the blogger.

  3. I see your point, although you aren’t completely anonymous with Disqus either. Maybe Facebook is better for blogs where you are not likely to see much controversial comments.
    The one thing I haven’t figured out how to do is to search for specific users on the platform. For example I wanted to search for some of the other great Social media blogs I know so I can follow them but I couldn’t find a function to specifically search for these users.

  4. for blog commenting you can go through facebook, google, disqus. In WordPress you can use plugins for blog commenting
    I can’t get Disqus to work on Blogger, and the native commenting system doesn’t allow you to properly reply (creates a new comment instead of one nested below the reader’s comment), so I’m curious about the Facebook comments plug-in… do you know if it’s possible to import old comments or would they all be lost upon install? I’ve had my blog a few years and don’t want to lose existing comments. Thanks!

  5. I don’t think Facebook will let you import comments from a different system, if that’s what you mean. That said, I think you just add the code to your template and disable the option to use Blogger comments. So there’s a chance that the comments you’ve gotten in the past will still be there, but future posts will just use Facebook comments. I’m not 100% on that since I don’t use blogger though.
    And indeed, I have personal experience to back up this statement, as my blog has benefited from good commenting habits, and I have built good relationships with other bloggers by adding useful, meaningful comments onto their blogs.

  6. I moderate more than 100 comments every day, and I know what kind of comments make me feel good or give me food for thought, and what kind of comments leave me with a negative feeling or no feeling at all.
    Such comments may be positive in nature, but they add no value whatsoever to the post. Nobody wants to read a meaningless drivel that simply takes up space. A blog’s commenting feature should only be used

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