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Gut Health is vital to your well-being. A good balance of a variety of bacteria enables you to digest your food properly and to avoid inflammation and infections.
If you feel bloated, chances are that you need to improve your gut health. Read on to familiarize yourself with the best foods for gut health if you’re not a fan of stomach pain, diarrhea, and/or bloat.
Benefits of good gut health:
· Maintaining a healthy weight
· Good brain health
· Happy mood
· Promotes good mental health
· Liver function
· Sleeping well
· Good blood sugar level
· Healthy digestion
· Strong immune system
· Healthy heart
Results of Bad Gut Health include:
- Food intolerances
- Autoimmune disease
- Constant exhaustion
- Not sleeping well
- Gaining weight
- Excessive sugar in your diet
Foods that benefit your gut health are great sources of nutrients, so they keep your entire body feeling and functioning well.
Good news! These foods are also tasty, making it easy and enjoyable to incorporate them in your diet.
7 Gut Healthy Foods
These are 7 Gut Healthy Foods that keep the bacteria in your gut varied and balanced:
- Fermented foods
- Beans and legumes
Let’s take a closer look at the best foods for gut health.TRENDING: Women Who Eat These 3 Cheeses Are Losing Pounds of Stubborn Belly Fat (Research Proven)
Miso, kombucha, yogurt, kimchi, sauerkraut, tempeh, and kefir are all fermented foods that are great for gut health.
Most are tasty eaten by themselves, and you’ll be surprised at the seemingly infinite savory recipes that you can whip up with these foods.
You know miso soup from Japanese restaurants, but miso can be used to make a multitude of wonderful dishes. Some examples: sweet potato sorbet, apple crisp with caramel, salmon, avocado kale sesame soba, oatmeal cookies, Portobello mushroom steak, shrimp and corn tamales, chocolate hazelnut rugelach bars, with garlic roasted broccoli, and on and on.
Kombucha is regularly consumed in black and green tea. Here is an easy recipe if you want to make your own.TRENDING: Women Who Eat These 3 Cheeses Are Losing Pounds of Stubborn Belly Fat (Research Proven)
Kimchi can be eaten in a variety of fun ways including in soups, rice, pancakes, stews, eggs, pasta sauce, and grain bowl salad. The leftover liquid is yummy in salad dressings and dips, so don’t throw it out.
Sauerkraut is best known as a hot dog condiment. Frankfurters aren’t the only food that goes well with sauerkraut. Try it in tuna, deviled eggs, grilled cheese, baked potatoes, fish tacos, Cuban sandwiches, potato salad, egg salad, cheese plate, avocado toast, and so many other ways!
Tempeh is quite healthy, and like the others on this list, low in calories. You probably think of it as a vegetarian protein that sounds vaguely dull, but did you know you can make it tons of ways that will make your mouth water?
No, I’m not kidding! Check these recipes out. You can prepare it curried, Bolognese, in tacos, black bean burgers, sweet potatoes, stuffed peppers, “meat” balls, sloppy joes, and many more drool-worthy ways.
Kefir is a nutritious fermented milk drink. You can put it in smoothies, salad dressings, and substitute it for mayo in broccoli/ pasta/ potato salads. Kefir is also great to use when making fruit popsicles, ice cream, and spreadable cheese.
What a great excuse to have some banana bread or enjoy a banana smoothie! Here are some fun banana recipes.
Did you know frozen bananas taste like ice cream when you beat them into a creamy concoction? You can add chocolate chips, sprinkles, whipped cream, chocolate syrup, or whatever you like.
Beans & Legumes
Beans and legumes are full of protein, folate, iron, magnesium, healthy fats, and fiber. They reduce blood sugar and decrease cholesterol.
You can’t go wrong with eating beans and legumes to improve your gut health.SPECIAL: These 3 Delicious Smoothie Recipes Are Specially Designed To Burn Off More Fat… So You Lose More Weight
Legumes are garbanzo (chickpeas) beans, lentils, kidney beans, lentils, lima beans, black-eyed peas, split peas, pinto beans, black beans, soybeans (edamame), and other beans.
There are endless delicious bean and legume recipes. Take a look at these.
Asparagus is very healthy and you can prepare it in lots of scrumptious ways. In addition to keeping your gut healthy, asparagus is full of folic acid, potassium, fiber, thiamin, and vitamins A, B6, and C.
Garlic is arguably one of the best spices out there. It lowers cholesterol and blood pressure and is loaded with antioxidants that slow down cell damage and aging. It may even protect you from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.TRENDING: Science Reveals Easy, No-Workout Ways to Lose Weight… While You Snooze!
You probably have a lot of favorite dishes that feature garlic prominently. If you want to try some new ones, look at these delectable garlic recipes.
Who would have imagined that a beloved and refreshing summer fruit is a gut bacteria superfood?!
If you’re wondering if there are many ways to enjoy watermelon, click here and be amazed! Watermelon sherbet, salads, cocktails/mocktails, soup, lemonade, bruschetta, rollups, salsa, ice cream, and more. Who knew that your favorite childhood summer snack was so versatile and nutritious?!
What on earth are Polyphenols? Polyphenols are micronutrients found in some plant-based foods. They are overflowing with antioxidants that treat digestion problems, help weight issues, stave off diabetes, benefit cardiovascular health, and fight off neurodegenerative disease! Wow!
Polyphenols happen to be in some of your favorite foods such as dark chocolate, cocoa powder, red wine, berries, plums, black currants, sweet cherries, apples, real fruit juices, beans, nuts, veggies–especially artichokes, chicory, red onions, and spinach, soy, cloves, other seasoning, and black and green tea.BRAND-NEW: Research Shows These 3 Sugar Substitutes Are Best For Burning Fat (Plus 2 You Should NEVER Eat)
Eating polyphenols to maintain good gut health should be pretty easy. Keep a pile of dark chocolate in your cabinet now that you know your gut needs it. Also, it’s red wine o’clock somewhere.
A gut healthy diet is delicious and easy to implement. Fortunately, the best foods for gut health are beneficial for the rest of your body and most of them can be used to create a huge variety of delicious dishes!
The Toxin Flush: How To Give Your Gut a Fighting Chance to Lose REAL Weight…
Before I started trying to heal my gut, I felt painfully bloated, super tired all the time, and I just couldn’t seem to lose any weight.
I felt absolutely miserable.
When I started to clean up my diet I began to feel a bit better. My energy levels started going back to normal.
However my bloating and weight gain was still a huge issue.
It wasn’t until I learned about the condition called ‘pesticide belly’ that something just clicked.
‘Pesticide Belly’ is a result of absorbing harmful pesticides, plastics, and other toxins through the food we eat and the water that we drink.
Over time… our bodies become so overloaded with toxins that they simply don’t have the capacity to filter them all out.
Because of this, our bodies store these excess toxins in fat cells… which causes them to bloat up and distend… and create that awful “muffin top” that never seems to melt away…
(No wonder I can’t lose this belly!)
To combat ‘pesticide belly’ I started using a little known technique called The Toxin Flush.
It only took a few days to start working… and when it did… my stomach started to shrink quite a lot.
Finally! Something that actually worked on my stubborn stomach!
Now that I’m further along in it… I feel great… my bloating has gone way down… and that pesky pesticide belly?
It’s melting right off… now that I’m finally giving my body a fighting chance!
Learn all about The Toxic Flush and how to banish pesticide belly for good right here:
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