One of the most common beliefs I've had over the years with the help of parents and guardians is that it's very good to eat with water. So it's very good to drink water while eating.
This is what I've noticed that many of us are doing fine and alive, but what if someone breaks the ice on you? In medical research and research, drinking water during meals, such as breakfast, lunch, and supper, is not recommended at all. It is advisable to drink water a few hours after eating so that the body can properly digest the food it eats. In this article, we'll look at some of the harmful effects of drinking water during a meal. All you have to do is sit firmly and learn new things.
1. Reduces the Amount of Saliva; Your saliva is the first agent of the digestive process, it not only contains enzymes that help break down food in the body but also stimulates the human body to secrete digestive enzymes needed for digestion and steaming. Optimal food consumption that when you drink water while eating, your saliva will be diluted thereby causing problems or a violation in the body's digestive process.
2. If you have acid reflux all the time or you have acid problems, a habit of drinking water while eating may be the cause. If you take care of yourself and don't want heartburn, or mild body burn, then it's better to avoid drinking water while you are eating and to eat and wait a few hours before drinking.
3. Dilutes Gastric Juices; Your body secretes digestive acids that help break down food and also help prevent minor health problems or germs ingested while eating. eating, you're just diluting the fluids your body releases for digestion, thus delaying the entire process and causing your own problems.
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