Why is gut health important?

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They say different foods affect different parts of the body! But there's one body part the food definitely passes through. i.e. The gut. 

The human gut is more complex than previously thought and has a huge impact on whole-body health. A healthy gut contributes to a strong immune system, heart health, brain health, improved mood, healthy sleep, and effective digestion, and it may help prevent some cancers and autoimmune diseases. 

This newsletter will tell you more interesting facts about the same! Additionally, we have a surprise gift for you in this newsletter. Watch out ;)

4 signs of an unhealthy gut!

  1. Upset stomach
  2. Unintentional weight changes
  3. Sleep disturbances or constant fatigue
  4. Skin irritation 

Why should we pay attention to our gut health?

All food is ultimately broken down in the gut to a simple form that can enter the bloodstream and be delivered as nutrients throughout our bodies. This is only possible with a healthy digestive system. A healthy gut also communicates with the brain through nerves and hormones, which helps maintain general health and well-being

Do this: Eating a healthy and diverse diet, getting good sleep

Don't do this: Not doing the aforementioned


4 types of food for gut health

  • High-fiber foods such as legumes, beans, peas, oats, bananas, berries, asparagus, and leeks have shown a positive impact on gut health in numerous studies
  • Fermented foods such as kimchi, sauerkraut, yogurt, tempeh, miso, and kefir are great dietary sources of probiotics
  • Garlic and onion may have some anti-cancer and immune system-enhancing properties based on various studies, which are closely tied to some of the primary functions of the gut
  • Collagen-rich foods such as bone broth and salmon may be beneficial to overall health and gut health specifically

What does the gut effect?

  • Immune system
  • Heart health
  • Brain health
  • Improves mood
  • Healthy sleeping patterns


Modern life does a number on our microbes*

Here’s some basics to make it happy

  • Say no to processed foods
  • Get lots of fibre
  • Try to minimize stress
  • Choose high quality animal/plant foods
  • Only take antibiotics when you have too
  • Drink minimal alchohol
  • Don’t smoke
  • Get enough sleep

*The microbiome is the genetic material of all the microbes - bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses. Trillions of these microbes exist mainly in your intestines and on your skin. Most of the microbes in your intestines are found in a “pocket” of your large intestine called the cecum, and they are referred to as the gut microbiome


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