Dr. Oz’s Plan for Easy and Quick Digestion

A Famous American Doctor and Dietician


The plan recommended by the famous Dr. Oz (Dr. Mehmet Cengiz Oz) for a quick and easy digestion can help you not only to get rid of unpleasant bloating, but also to have a perfect abdomen for the bold summer outfits. Surely, you have experienced digestive disorders and discomfort such as indigestion or constipation at some point in your life. So, the first change that you need to do is to adjust your diet.

Sometimes you can have an easy digestion or you can have indigestion, constipation and bloating. Diet has a significant effect on your digestive system, so the first step towards a perfect overall health is to evaluate carefully what you eat daily. Give up the excess protein and processed foods in favor of vegetables, fruits and whole grains.


You forget all the inconveniences related to improper digestion if you follow the plan recommended by Dr.Oz. Say goodbye to constipation, bloating and indigestion.

1. A Perfect Breakfast

Start your day with a perfect breakfast, a rich in fiber breakfast that consists of oatmeal, bananas, juice or puree of apples and a slice of whole-wheat toast. These four foods are the guarantee of a perfect digestion and thus a flat and happy stomach.

2. The Peppermint Tea

A good incentive to slow down the digestive process and a remedy for constipation is the peppermint tea. Peppermint tea has a benefic effect on drug side effects, releases your intestine and improves the digestive tract mobility.

3. The Whole Grains

Substitute the white flour with whole wheat. Find pasta and bread obtained by processing whole grains, eat them more often and drink plenty of water. The insoluble fiber will do wonders for your digestion and defecation.

4. The Sugar

If you have frequent diarrhea, try to replace the artificial sweeteners with ordinary sugar (preferably the brown one). The explanation is simple: your body does not absorb properly, such as “Saccharin”, “Aspartame” and other similar artificial sweeteners. They remain in the digestive system and draw too much water in your body, resulting in watery stools. On the other hand, a teaspoon of sugar has just 16 calories and you do not need to make frequent trips to the bathroom.


It is extremely important to make changes in how you feed (especially if you suffer from heartburn, indigestion or bloating). A too consistent dinner goes mandatory with major digestive troubles.

People who eat quickly swallow more air with the intake of the food and the result is intestinal gas. Remember to enjoy the food, eating slowly and chewing well your food.

Ideal is to eat more meals a day in small amounts. In this way, your stomach can easily digest the food. Snacks consisting of fruits, vegetables or nuts keep hunger away and regulate your digestion.

Skip all the fried or fatty foods (for example fried potatoes favors diarrhea) and replaces them with meals cooked or baked. If you suffer from constipation, try to reduce dairy menu, hearty steaks, sweets and processed foods.