WHY IT IS NOT PREFERED TO DRINK WATER WHILE EATING MEAL(SIMULTANEOUSLY)?IS SOMETHING RELATED TO DIGESTIVE SYSTEM?EXPLAIN
Asked by abinash.gupta003 | 19th May, 2017, 01:47: PM
Drinking water in between the meals interferes with the natural and necessary levels of bile and stomach acid. This would slow the digestion process and reduce the body’s ability to produce enough digestive enzymes to digest foods properly.
Drinking water about 30 minutes food will help keep the body hydrated which results in optimal digestion and vice versa too.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 19th May, 2017, 03:32: PM
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