Aloe Vera Digestion Benefits

November 05, 2020 3 min read

Many take Aloe Vera for digestion because the succulent plant can support the digestive system as a whole. That’s a good thing. The importance of taking good care of your digestive system is vital for one’s health. Your digestive system is the gastrointestinal tract that consists of a group of major organs. Known as the GI tract - the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and rectum - are uniquely designed to turn the food you eat into the nutrients the body needs to function properly.

When Aloe Vera is consumed, the succulent plant is loaded with nutrients and the natural pH balance of the plant helps support balanced stomach acidity that can promote overall digestive wellness, support comfort, and promote gut health – all important to maintaining a properly functioning digestive system.

 

SUPPORT DIGESTIVE COMFORT

Digestive wellness and a healthy gut are a result of a good diet and health regimen. Poor gut health can be a result of or lead to a poorly functioning and inefficient digestive system. Thus the importance of a healthy diet and avoiding foods that cause indigestion should not be underestimated. There’s much truth in the old adage, “You are what you eat!” The digestive system absorbs the nutrients necessary for our bodies to function properly. If your digestive system is not functioning properly, there’s a good chance you are not receiving the full nutritional benefits that are the foundation of a healthy body.

Whereas good nutrition can have a positive effect on one’s health, a poor diet can lead to poor gut health. A diet high in inflammatory foods with artificial ingredients and coloring, added preservatives, refined sugars or lacking fiber, that have little to no nutritional value, can leave your digestive system upset and out of balance. Party of a healthy diet should include adding Aloe Vera to your diet (yes, you can eat Aloe Vera!). Doing so on a regular basis can aid in maintaining a healthy digestive system.

WHAT IS ALOE VERA?

Aloe Vera is a nutrient-dense superfood that helps nourishes and promote a healthy gut. With over 200 different constituent parts, Aloe Vera is filled with vitamins, minerals and compounds that are digestible and help support the digestive system. The sheer volume of naturally occurring minerals and vitamins – calcium, chromium, copper, selenium, magnesium, manganese, potassium, sodium, zinc, and antioxidant vitamins A (beta-carotene), C, and E – are vital to our body functions. Aloe Vera has eight important enzymes. Two of these enzymes, amylase and lipase, specifically support the digestive system by breaking down carbohydrates and sugars in food, and help to digest fat.  

 

ALOE VERA'S BENEFITS TO DIGESTION

Perhaps a key to Aloe Vera promoting digestive wellness is the plants natural malic-calcium. Many people who regularly ingest Aloe Vera juice notice that it helps maintain their stomach acidity and supports digestive comfort. Whether drinking Aloe Vera juice, taking capsules, or consuming gel directly from a fresh leaf in a smoothie, it is pH balanced to support balanced stomach acidity and helps maintain digestive health.

HELPS MAINTAIN BOWEL HEALTH

Other benefits of Aloe Vera lie in promoting digestive wellness in the intestines. The gel-filled plant is 99% water, which is a key component of healthy digestion the intestines, which can support the natural mucus secretions and enzymes that help break down food, maintaining bowel health.

DETOXIFICATION

Aloe Vera can also aid in detoxifying the digestive system that help flush your system of harmful toxins and food buildup. Doing so helps to maintain a clear path for waste to pass through your body.

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