Take a look at top 5 vegetables for digestion

Including a range of soothing, easily digestible, or nutrient-rich foods in your diet is an excellent way to help your digestive system when it is stressed. Let’s start with vegetables. When you choose veggies for their quantity of nutrients, direct impact on your digestive organs, or helpful influence on your ‘good’ bacteria, you can consume vegetables that help digestion. Here’s the list of top vegetables for better digestion.

Greens For Digestion


All of those green veggies in your salads not only give heaps of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and antioxidants, but they likewise have a high fibre content. A cup of collard greens, for example, contains seven grams of fibre, whereas a cup of cooked kale contains approximately 5 grams.


While fennel will never be popular due to its quite odd and pungent flavor, it is high in fibre and contains chemicals that help relax the smooth muscle in the digestive tract. This might help with typical digestive issues such as bloating, constipation, and gas. Fennel can be roasted or added to soups or salads to bring out its licorice-like flavour.


Whatever sort of squash you choose—acorn, butternut, yellow, or green—it will provide a good quantity of fibre. Acorn squash contains approximately 9 grams of fibre per cup, while zucchini contains approximately 1 gram.


This deep red root vegetable is high in fibre and other minerals that are essential for digestive health. Beet fibre aids with constipation and feeds healthy bacteria in the gut. In beets, a chemical known as betalain helps support a healthy inflammatory response in the gut and beyond, which aids digestion and overall health.


Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.