Section of physiology of nutrition and digestion

In this section the physiology of nutrition and digestion presents the terms and concepts on the subject reflecting: the nature of the processes occurring in the gastrointestinal tract; the absorption of food and its regulation; the gradual absorption and hydrolysis of the carbohydrate; hydrolysis of fats and proteins in the body; muscle motility and secretion; the movement of a food coma; digestion in different departments; physiology nutrition recommendations.

Estimated time of digestion in the stomach:

1-2 hours - tea, coffee, cocoa, broth, milk, eggs, cooked soft boiled rice, boiled fish river.

2-3 hours - hard-boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, boiled sea fish, boiled potatoes, bread.

3-4 hours - chicken and beef (boiled), rye bread, apples (see Apple), carrots, radishes, spinach, cucumbers, fried potatoes, ham.

4-5 hours - beans (beans, peas), game, herring, fried meat.

5-6 hours - mushrooms, bacon.

Try not to eat 3-4 hours before bedtime. If we stick to the principle and not to sleep until the stomach has food, then you will not only lose weight but also to maintain the health of your gastrointestinal tract. Gradually Your stomach will decrease in size and habit not to overeat will stay with You. Principled people live longer.

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