Whether it is Christmas, Thanksgiving or some other special occasion, we are all guilty of over-indulging in a tasty meal from time to time. It can become rather uncomfortable when we have a big meal though. Bloating, fatigue, cramps, nausea, indigestion, and acid reflux are all associated with diets that involve large amounts of food in one sitting.

With just a little careful thought, there are ways you can feel less full and more comfortable after a big.

Hydrating the right way
You will often hear people say that they like to have wine with a nice meal, but research points to the fact that alcohol slows digestion. In fact, recent studies suggest it reduces digestion by as much as 50 per cent.

Doctors and dieticians suggest that water is the most appropriate beverage when you are eating a big meal. It helps you digest your food by breaking it down so that your body can absorb the nutrients. It will also soften stools, preventing constipation that can often be associated with the mixing a lot of different foods.

Hydration is considered a healthy idea before, during and after any meal; no matter how big or small the portions are.

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