Digestion is a fundamental process for our bodies, allowing us to absorb the nutrients we need to stay healthy.
However, there are some foods that can be difficult for some people to digest, causing symptoms such as abdominal bloating, gas, cramping and nausea.
In this photo gallery, based on information provided by pharmeasy.in, we will explore 10 common foods that can be difficult to digest for some people and discuss some tips for improving the digestion.
If you suffer from digestive problems, this article may help you identify some of the foods that may be causing your symptoms and find ways to improve your digestion.
The world is facing an unprecedented food shortage. In the coming decades, the world population will rise again, and then there will be no more food for everyone. That is why many are pushing to start introducing insects into the daily diet.
We are of course talking about the Western world, since there are already more than 3 billion people on planet Earth who eat insects in all forms every day. However, due to psychological and cultural fears, they are still not eaten in the 'First World'.
Some companies are now experimenting, and in Europe it can already be traded, with cricket meal, a way of consuming insects (which are a high protein food) without having to eat them whole. But how exactly is cricket meal produced?
Reverse Pizza, was invented by chef Rosanna Marziale, a student of Gianfranco Vissani and Martin Berasategui.
The idea behind this type of pizza, in itself, is very simple: it is in fact an "inverted" pizza, at the base of which there is mozzarella and which is then seasoned with bread and tomato. And so, the traditional pizza dough is replaced by a sheet of mozzarella, on top of which are then added the tomato puree and cubes of bread as a condiment.
Pizza, on the contrary, is also excellent as an appetizer and is very simple to prepare. Simple but tasty.