The disturbing effects of emotional distress on the digestion are widely recognized in the medical field. The irritable bowel syndrome as well as the irritable stomach are the most widely spread forms of dyspepsia common in industrialized nations. Approximately 25 percent of the population are concerned with these symptoms at least once a lifetime. Many people suffer from distress and poor eating habits which may lead to nausea, heartburn, diarrhea or constipation. Amazingly, even a small change of eating habits towards a balanced diet may contribute to resolving most of the disorders.