Add life to your years…with Indian heritage of consuming Meetha pan & Jal jeera - The Tiny Secret

Add life to your years…with Indian heritage of consuming Meetha pan & Jal jeera

Did you know? 70 percent of the immune system is housed in our gut.  

How to Love Your Gut during all the festival seasons – With every celebration near there is a  lot of excitement in the air. But there is also the pressure of planning such events with friends  and family (maybe for the first time in a long time), shopping, cooking and then eating all the  unhealthy junk foods we enjoy at that time of the year. It’s important to remember how it can  impact our gut health and overall wellbeing. 

Our digestive system has an impact on our daily schedule. If this system is disturbed, it not  only hampers our physical wellbeing, but also damages our mental health, emotional wellbeing, mood, immunity and overall body weight. This is the reason it is so important we  give it the attention that is needed on regular basis.  

A healthy digestive system is responsible for absorption of essential nutrients. However, it is  something that we take for granted, despite knowing how critical role it plays on our health.  Benefits of keeping the digestive system working ideally, includes clear skin, higher energy  levels, less sickness and overall healthy body weight. Unfortunately issues like bloating,  GERD, acid reflux, flatulence and these problems are very common for most of us and this is  primarily because of poor food choices, unhealthy eating habits, high-stress levels, and  sedentary lifestyles. 

When a person is extremely anxious or stressed out, he or she starts experiencing an  uncomfortable cramping in the belly or a knot in the stomach. This is because when a person  is tensed, the muscles in gut contract abnormally and stress hormones increases our  sensitivity to pain and cause inflammation. Due to which there is painful cramping, bloating  and changes in appetite. This stress response can also alter our bowel movements; we might have trouble going to the washroom or experience an urgent need to go! 

There are two simple ways to get over this. The first is by addressing the stress causing  situation itself. Relaxing and looking after the problem stops the “fight or flight” response  that in turn will reduce the stress hormone production, allowing the body to calm down and  moving back to the “rest and digest” state. 

The second is by looking after the gut microbiome – the many different bacteria in our gut.  You can do this by eating plenty of fruit, vegetables, pulses and whole-grains, which contain  not only anti-inflammatory compounds, but also prebiotic fibre, known to feed good bacteria  and help them thrive, work to restore the microbiome, also potentially reducing anxiety and  stress hormone levels.


What are the various signs behind an unhealthy gut? 

The modern day lifestyle with high stress levels and too little sleep forces an individual to  consume highly processed foods with more sugar content and other antibiotics that damages  the gut to a greater extent. This attitude towards our body can in return affect our brain, heart,  immune system, skin, weight, hormone levels, ability to absorb nutrients, and even leads to  the development of cancer. 

1. Stomach discomfort: when the stomach is frequently upset with symptoms such as  gas, bloating, diarrhoea, constipation, and abdominal pain, these can be signs of irritable  bowel syndrome (IBS), a common condition that affects the large intestine. A balanced gut  will have less difficulty processing food and eliminating waste. 

2. Increased sugar intake: Eating too much sugar can lead to an abundance of “bad”  bacteria in the gut and dysbiosis since, a diet high in processed foods and added sugars can  decrease the amount of good bacteria in the gut. This imbalance leads to increased sugar  cravings, which can damage the gut still further. High amounts of refined sugars, particularly  high-fructose corn syrup, have all been linked to increased inflammation in the  body. Inflammation is the main precursor to a number of diseases and even cancers. 

3. Sudden weight changes: A slight variation in the body weight without making any  changes in the daily food habits or not indulging in some form of physical exercises may be a  major sign of unhealthy gut. A vast difference has been found in the gut microbiomes of the  overly lean and obese people. This is because an unhealthy gut hampers the body’s ability to  absorb nutrients, regulate blood sugar, and store fat. Weight loss may be caused by small  intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), while weight gain may be caused by insulin  resistance or the urge to overeat due to decreased nutrient absorption. 

4. Sleep deprivation: An unhealthy gut can also result from irregular sleep cycles. The  reduction in an individual’s sleep time can lead to damage of circadian rhythm or what is also  known as sleep cycle can lead to physiological stress and can change the host’s normal  intestinal microbiota. This can hinder the normal immune function leading to inflammatory  reactions, and various metabolic disorders. The majority of the body’s serotonin, a hormone  that affects mood and sleep, is produced in the gut. So gut damage can impair the individual’s ability to sleep well. 

5. The Brain-Stomach Link: Studies say that the human gut bacteria is responsible for  production of 95 percent of the body’s supply of serotonin. Hence, a low level of serotonin  can lead to a reduced number of neurons in the stomach which results in the deterioration of  the gastrointestinal tract lining that in turn affects digestive system motility, mucus secretion  and sensitivity of the intestine.  The change in above process can cause constipation, diarrhoea, bloating, etc.

5. Skin problems: our skin is generally the first place we notice problems with respect  to our gut. Scientists have discovered a link between our skin and the gut. Studies have  proven that gut inflammation also equals to skin inflammation. A clinical study in Europe  found that people who suffered from Rosacea (a conditions that causes redness and small, red pus-filled bumps on the face) had several gastrointestinal disorders such as Irritable bowel  syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease. 

What are the different ways in which an individual can improve the gut? 

1. Increased intake of whole and fibrous food: Dietary fibre, also known as roughage  or bulk, includes the parts of plant foods the human body can’t digest or absorb. It goes  through and passes relatively intact through the stomach, small intestine, colon and then  finally out of the body. Benefits of a high – fibre diet includes  

 Helps normalize bowel movement: Dietary fibre helps increase the bulk of the stool.  Hence a bulky stool is easier to pass; this reduces the risk of suffering from constipation. A  diet rich in fibre will also reduce suffering from conditions like haemorrhoids and diverticular  disease. Diverticulosis- is a condition when small, bulging pouches (diverticula) develop in  the digestive tract. Studies have also found that a high-fibre diet lowers the risk of cancer in  gastrointestinal tract. 

 Lowers cholesterol levels: Fibre presents in soluble fibre found in beans, oats,  flaxseed and oat bran may help lower total blood cholesterol levels by lowering low-density  lipoprotein, or “bad,” cholesterol levels.  

 Helps control blood sugar levels: when an individual is diabetic, the fibre — particularly soluble fibre — slows down the absorption of sugar and helps improve blood  sugar levels in the body. A healthy diet that includes insoluble fibre may also reduce the risk  of developing type 2 diabetes 

2. Stay hydrated: Constipation and sluggish bowel movements are the most common  digestive disturbances. The main reason is due to poor hydration. A simple way to tell if  you’re getting enough water is by observing the color of your urine. If it’s a dark yellow, then  you definitely need to increase the water intake. In case a person finds it tough to drink more  water and fluids, they can also improve hydration by consuming more fruits and veggies with  high water content, such as watermelon, cucumber, muskmelon, tomatoes, and so on. 

3. Pre + Probiotic: Trillions of good microorganisms reside in the digestive tract. These  microorganism help the body function at the best every day. These good microorganisms are  called probiotics. They play an important role in helping digest foods, fight off diseases, and  even create nutrients and vitamins. A healthy micro biome may help in preventing and  treating diseases in the areas of digestive health, help with boosting immunity, food allergies  etc.  

4. Lower stress: High level of stress can be a burden on human body including the gut.  Some ways to lower stress may include meditation, walking, getting a massage, spending  time with friends or family, diffusing essential oils, decreasing caffeine intake, etc.

5. Get enough sleep: A good night’s sleep allows the body to recover from the day’s  activities and research has found that sleep is very important for the gut health too. Poor sleep  increases the production of stress-related hormones that can alter the gut microbiome, leading  to extra stress and anxiety, as well as lowered immunity. The quantity and quality of sleep  can affect out microbiota, with poor sleep having some negative consequences. 

Achieve A Healthy Digestive System with The Tiny Secret’s Meetha pan or Jal jeera 

∙ Probiotic supplements are an effectual way to all the goodness of good bacteria  ∙ You need for a healthy gut and micro Biome.  

∙ Any harm to the intestinal barrier allows the entry of toxins, allergens, and  ∙ Pathogens that may results to copious gastrointestinal diseases.  ∙ The key to metabolism and healthy gut is flourishing probiotics! ∙ Authentic sourcing, Quality Ingredients, Sustainable packaging 

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∙ Why use of effervescent tablet?  

The effervescence tablet increases nutritional permeability, allowing nutrients to be readily  absorbed within the intestines, making it more Bioavailable


  • Metabolic booster
  • Aids in better digestion 
  • Reduces bloating , flatulence 
  • Improves bowel movement
  • Supports Colon Health
  • Controls acidity
  • Helps with easing digestive discomfort
  • Probiotics
  • Easy on stomach

Ingredient information: 

Wizz of Fizz- Gut-health Jal- jeera 

 Cinnamon: Helps restore the balance of bacteria in the gut, support digestive health  and alleviate any digestive issues, helps lowering inflammation.  

 Black pepper: helps to stimulate hydrochloric acid in the stomach leading to better  digestion and absorption of the food. It has carminative properties too, which help reduce  discomfort and gas build up in the intestines. 

 Fructo-oligo saccharide: low-calorie, non-digestible carbohydrates that can improve  food taste and texture while aiding immunity, bone health and the growth and balance of  important bacteria in the digestive track. 

 Probiotic blend: Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus  reuteri, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus fermentum,  BifidoBacterium bifidum  

How to use:  

∙ Step 1: Fill a glass upto100 ml RT/cold water  

∙ Step 2: Drop a tablet  

∙ Step 3: Wait for it to Fizz  

∙ Step 4: Drink It POP FIZZ DRINK 

Ingredient information: 

Fit mints – Digestion Meetha pan

 Apple cider vinegar: ACV is naturally acidic, and is beneficial for people with low  stomach acidity, to raise stomach acid levels to aid digestion. It also prevents gas and  bloating, which a slow digestion can cause. ACV is also an antimicrobial substance, meaning  it may help kill bacteria in the stomach or intestines. 

 Digestive enzyme blend (Protease, Papain and Lactase):  

Protease: break down protein into small peptides and amino acids for greater digestive  balance 

Papain: reduce pain, inflammation, and swelling. It has also been used to improve digestion and to treat infections, diarrhea, and allergies. Also helps by breaking down tough to-digest foods. 

Lactase: breaks down the lactose in food so that the body can easily absorb it ∙ Probiotic blend: Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus  reuteri, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus fermentum,  BifidoBacterium bifidum 


How to use? 

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Benefits of Chewable tablets:

  • As a dosage form, chewable tablets have the advantages of conventional tablets in  terms of manufacturability, dosing accuracy, portability, and long-term stability.  Additionally, chewable tablets facilitate swallowing as the product is initially broken down  into particles in the oral cavity.  
  • It does not require water to swallow; it can be taken at any time and place. ∙ No special excipients are required in the formulation of chewable tablets; they are  similar to conventional tablets. 
  • It is possible to use as an alternative to liquid dosage forms where the rapid onset of  action is required.
  •  It has improved bioavailability (which increases dissolution) by passing dissolution. ∙ It masks the unpleasant odour and taste of the drugs, which provide better patient  acceptance through pleasant taste.
  • Chewable tablets chew in the mouth so that the drugs are quickly absorbed and do not  pass through the digestive system. 
  •  It is an economical product; no expensive equipment and a complex production  process are required to manufacture the product as compared to capsules and coated tablets. ∙ If there is a high dose in the formulation, chewable tablets are preferred over  traditional and coated tablets.

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