Qigong to aid digestion

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Here are 2 simple and practical steps to transforming food into energy in 10 mins instead of 2-3 hours.
(a simple advanced (Qigong) digestion video you can follow)

1. The stomach has no teeth…(so we need to chew more.)
Our diet these days seems to conform to the demands of the marketplace and many people tend to eat quick, easy, tasty meals as they rush through life at a hectic pace.
This is obvious and yet these days, we often tend to eat too quickly or on the go while multitasking and therefore the stomach receives food without it having been chewed enough. Research also shows that increasing the number of chews before swallowing reduces meal size by up to nearly 15 percent.
Chewing properly allows your stomach to work more efficiently and break down your food faster. In addition, the longer you chew, the more time the enzymes in your saliva have to start breaking down your food, making digestion easier on your stomach and small intestine.
The chewing process mashes your food into small pieces and partially liquefies it, making it easier to digest.
Aside from the potential health benefits, chewing properly helps you to really enjoy your food. If you rush through your meal with hardly any chewing, you’re not really tasting or enjoying the food.
Clearing the cloudy zone around the abdomen is important. After eating this can cause us to be tired or lethargic and can put pressure on the heart area.

2. A simple and practical Qigong technique…just click on the link–follow it to get the full benefits http://bit.ly/digestionQigong

Some of the other general benefits of Qigong?
• De-stressing and switching off your mind
• Greater focus and mental clarity
• Simple, enjoyable and fun exercises to re-charge and re-balance your energy system
• Helps promote inner peace

What is Qigong? (Pronounced Chi Gong)
Qigong is an energy practice from China with a 5,000-year history helping to re-balance the body and mind.
Qigong is mainly practised through simple energetic body movements and breathing techniques. Many of the techniques are simple and fun to learn and can be easily applied to your daily life.

I founded Flowing Health to help you stay healthy, vibrant, joyful and inspired enabling you to fulfil your true potential both at work and in your personal life.
I have been studying with Master Zhixing Wang, the founder of the Hua Gong style of Qigong for more than 25 years and have been teaching Qigong classes and workshops in London, Brighton and Canterbury for over 10 years.

If you want to know more, download the free e-book “5 simple steps to daily peak performance” on the website http://www.flowinghealth.co.uk/ebook.html#.WVJcVxPyvFw

Tel: 07747 113305

Flowing Health…
Reconnecting heart, body and mind with Qigong.

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