#1 – Eat Good Ingredients
You should start with the best ingredients you can get your hands on. To do this, you need to avoid foods that are full of pesticides or are made with genetically-modified components, which are gut-damaging and can lead to chronic digestive issues over time.
You should always eat real food, which means fresh fruits and vegetables that come right from nature, not dully discovered in deep fried chips or packaged juices. Remember that the more natural the ingredient, the less your body works to break it down and digest it. Keeping it natural will also help you surge past those afternoon naps.