Healthy digestion requires support for all the different components of digestion: Chew thoroughlyEating should always begin with thorough chewing of food to allow for complete digestion to occur.Support the gastrointestinal barrierCholine provides nutritional support for a healthy mucous layer and is found in vegetables such as cauliflower and lettuce. eggs and soybeans. Some foods also help combat or protect against the damage of Helicobacter pylori, and these include catechins found in green tea, some spices such as cinnamon, carotenoids found in vegetables, and vitamin C, found in citrus foods. Provide a healing environment for the small intestineEliminating foods to which you are intolerant or allergic can help provide a healing environment in the small intestine. Include Carotenoids ,Vit C, Glutathione ,Vit B5 found at high levels in vegetables, especially the orange- and red-colored vegetables, Mushrooms, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, corn, broccoli, and beet greens etc . The intestinal tract cells also require a number of vitamins, so adequate overall nutrition is necessary. Support the growth of probiotic bacteria It helps in better digestion and absorption of nutrients Foods that will supply probiotic bacteria include some yogurts, and other foods that have been fermented with Lactobacillus or contain Bifidobacteria, the beneficial types of bacteria. Foods that will nourish probiotic bacteria include foods that contain soy fiber, inulin and rice fiber. Provide for healthy intestinal transitFiber, in general, supports overall transit of the chyme and healthy elimination. Some fibers, like those found in rye, wheat and flax, also can bind to environmental toxins, such as pesticides, and carry them through the digestive tract for direct elimination, decreasing the amount that is absorbed into your body.Learn how to deal with stress effectivelyResearch has shown that the intestine responds negatively to stress, during which the intestinal lining becomes leaky, absorption is less effective, and your body is unable to selectively take up the nutrients it needs. Alcohol, caffeine, and refined carbohydrates, like table sugar, should be avoided. Eating meals at regular times and in a relaxed environment can also help decrease stress.