OvereatingDuring the Holidays

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First Aid for Overeating

When we are offered good food and drinks, we are likely to overeat. We eat and drink to excess, which carries a price. Overindulging for several days in a row leads to weight gain and stresses the liver and digestive system. Digestive problems and a feeling of heaviness and sluggishness are the initial and most common effects of overeating. At that point, we need help in boosting a healthy and regular digestion. This help comes from nature and acts directly on the digestive system.

Donat is a natural and effective remedy that is well-tolerated by the body, suitable for those who occasionally overeat. Donat is an osmotic laxative and the first line of defense against constipation. It owes its effectiveness mainly to sulphate salts that draw water into the large intestine, thereby increasing stool volume and triggering a bowel movement. The increased volume of water also softens the stool and makes the bowel movement much easier.

Drink 0.2–0.3 L of Donat in the morning on an empty stomach and 0.2 L before the evening meal to avoid strained bowel movements and to stimulate digestion. Donat is ideally consumed warm (heated to body temperature) or at room temperature. Drinking Donat daily stimulates digestion in a natural way, and its effectiveness and safety have been clinically proven.

Even though holidays are not a time for sacrifice, it is good to know that natural help is available. Donat offers first aid for slow digestion, bloating, and constipation. If you feel heavy after a meal, Donat can bring true relief.

In addition to aiding your digestion in a natural way with Donat, maintain a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

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