In Uganda, it is always one of the best attractions to sample the local cuisines. Enjoy a variety of tasty dishes to learn more about the Ugandan culture. Fish feature prominently on the menu due to the number of lakes and rivers in the country, such as tilapia with a peanut sauce. In addition to fish, meat stews are a popular food. The influences for flavor include Arabian, Asian, and English dishes. Indian spices and food were popular in Uganda which have been incorporated into a number of dishes.
Many of the different tribes in Uganda have their own traditional dishes, but the cuisine revolves around potatoes, vegetables, chicken, pork, fish, bananas, and yams. Peanuts and sesame seeds feature a lot in Ugandan cuisine and add a delicious flavor when combined with some other ingredients.
An indigestible carbohydrate found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and beans, fiber adds bulk to stools, speeds the movement of food through the digestive tract and promotes regularly. This can aid in the treatment and prevention of constipation. The significant amount of fiber found in some types of pumpkin including canned, unsalted pumpkin pure makes it a healthy choice if you want to avoid or manage constipation.
Beans provide fiber to help maintain healthy bowel movements. Add beans to your soups and salads and use them to replace part of the meat in chili, casseroles or other meat-based dishes. These nutritious foods also provide protein, vitamins and minerals. Bananas do have some fiber, and fiber contributes to regular bowel movements. However, if you’re looking for a quicker fix, there are other fruits, vegetables and whole-grain foods that are much higher in fiber. Eating a varied, fiber-rich diet contributes to gastrointestinal health and ensures that you get a variety of essential nutrients.
You can also take a lemon juice after having a heavy meal. The citric acid in lemon juice acts as a stimulant for your digestive system, and can also help flush out toxins and undigested material that may have built up along the walls of the colon. Mixing the juice with water not only lessens the intensity of the lemon flavor, but helps get you the fluids you need to get everything moving normally again.