of walking after eating that we should all take note of.We're not just talking about boosting our endorphins or reducing stress levels when going on these leisurely serotonin-inducing strolls.
Walking after eating has been proven to do many things for our overall health and it’s definitely something to consider for future meals.
But don't just take our word for it. Below, , DO, primary care physician at Mount Sinai Doctors-Ansonia, breaks down all the reasons you should be taking a post-meal walk after breakfast, lunch, or dinner.Viola says walking after eating has five primary health benefits: it will improve digestion, may reduce the risk of heart disease, improve blood sugar management, help maintain a healthy weight, and promote better sleep patterns.
She breaks it down as the following:Bloating, constipation, acid reflux, upset stomach—all are uncomfortable signs you may have indigestion after you eat.