An estimated 60 to 70 million people in the United States are affected by digestive diseases. Maintaining a healthy gut is key to good overall health. Your gut is basically your second brain. When your digestion does not work its best, you can get brain fog, fatigue, and become malnourished. You may start lacking essential nutrients your body needs to be health and have a good immune system. One of the best ways to improve gut health is by eating foods that are good for it.
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Intro – 0:00
1. Almonds – 00:43
2. Kefir – 01:04
3. Tempeh – 01:25
4. Asparagus – 01:49
5. Flax Seeds – 02:19
6. Blackberries – 02:55
7. Oats – 03:23
8. Turmeric – 03:46
9. Sweet Potatoes – 04:19
10. Mint – 04:55
11. Sourdough Bread – :05:23
12. Cheese – 06:00
13. Beans – 06:27
14. Dark chocolate – 06:50
15. Broccoli – 07:22
16. Whole grains – 07:53
17. Sauerkraut – 08:14
18. Yoghurt – 08:40
19. Garlic – 09:19
1. Almonds: Need a quick snack? Opt for a few almonds over that bag of chips.
2. Kefir: When it comes to probiotics, yogurt is an obvious choice.
3. Tempeh: This vegan superfood is traditionally made from cooked whole soybeans that are slightly fermented.
4. Asparagus: Asparagus are a good source of prebiotics that feed beneficial bacteria in the gut.
5. Flax Seeds: These seeds have a gentle laxative effect which can help relieve constipation.
6. Blackberries: These berries are one of the best berries the body can get.
7. Oats: Oats provide a double whammy of fiber since they contain both soluble and insoluble fiber.
8. Turmeric: Turmeric is a highly anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer spice to consider adding to your pantry.
9. Sweet Potatoes: Who doesn't love sweet potatoes? They are an absolutely delicious root vegetable that contains a wealth of Vitamin A.
10. Mint: Mint helps to relax your intestinal muscles and reduce spasms and pain.
11. Sourdough Bread: This bread is fermented slowly using a wide range of bacteria and fungi found naturally in the air and ingredients.
12. Cheese: Traditionally produced cheese can contain a huge array of probiotics from the natural bacteria.
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