6/ Chewing gum
When you chew your gum your organism thinks that you’re eating food that it will have to digest pretty soon so your stomach makes a digestive acid which destroys its lining when it’s empty this means that overindulgence with gum is a sure way to develop gastritis also it’s scientifically proven that people who chew gum prefer junk food like French fries or candy instead of healthy options like fruit and vegetables here’s some advice chewing gum that contains natural sweeteners like xylitol and sorbitol is far less harmful than those with sugar also just don’t chew gum for more than 10 minutes even with a full stomach it can still do some nasty things to your intestines.
5/ Going to bed
If you go to sleep hungry and with a low glucose level it will not only prevent you from falling asleep but it will probably cause the so-called superficial sleep and you will also probably wake up earlier than expected so when you go to sleep hungry you sleep worse interestingly a lack of sleep will increase the level of hunger hormones that is the reason why we eat more on the following day after skipping dinner and not because our organism remembers not having enough food two day before what’s the best solution here it is commonly known that gorging yourself before sleep is also a pretty bad idea the best option is drinking some dairy product they contain magnesium and calcium these elements should ensure a cell.
4/ Intense training
There is a common misconception that exercising on an empty stomach will burn more calories that is not true it doesn’t influence fat loss muscle loss on the other hand is pretty real also the exercise intensity is also reduced quite a bit since your body lacks energy from food what to do that try replacing intense training with some aerobic exercises if you have any digestive issues you’d better have a snack before any exercise physical activity much like chewing gum stimulates the production of gastric juice which is as we’ve already mentioned harmful for an empty stomach.