Good digestion is a key component of our health. It brings us nutrients, boosts immunity, plays a role in hormone balance, and affects brain chemistry and mood. We know that what we eat is primary in finding balance, but we must consider our muscular physiology as well.
Our digestive system is surrounded by the four muscles of our deep core like a cylindrical container. Proper digestion is aided by the movements of these muscles and hindered by tightness, weakness, and dysfunction. The combination of proper patterning and training of these deep core muscles with movements of the torso will work to improve digestion. Do these every day, ideally in the morning before eating, or if you intermittent fast you might do them at night at least an hour after your last meal.