How To Improve Your Gut Health

Part 2

Gut health is essential for our overall well-being because it correlates with the brain, and breaks down the food we consume, which turns into vital nutrients. Consuming healthy foods can impact the amount of "good" bacteria we have in our digestive system. By making a few lifestyle changes can improve gut health and boost your digestive system.

Today we are investigating further into the topic, and we are offering some tips on how to improve your gut health. If you have missed the first part, where we explain everything about the importance of our gut, click here to learn more.

6 Tips To Improve Your Gut Health

Change Your Diet: Digestive issues can be a reoccurring problem. Getting rid of high sugar, trans-fats, artificial sweeteners, and processed food should be a high priority if you want your gut to thank you. Consuming more lean protein such as chicken/turkey breasts, beef topside, fish, and quality fibers (oats, whole-grain bread/pasta, beans, legumes) Eating a high-fiber diet and plenty of vegetables will benefit your digestive system.

Keep Yourself Hydrated: Start with lemon water. Drinking 8 glasses of water per day may sound like the most annoying thing your mom used to tell you, but it is true. Keeping your body hydrated has been shown to positively affect the balance of the good bacteria in our guts. 

Eat Slowly: Chewing slowly can help you digest your food better, keep you feeling full, and absorb all required nutrients. So, next time when you are trying to eat as fast as you can, slow down for a second, and think how your gut will react if you continue at the same pace.

Sleep More: Getting enough uninterrupted sleep is a complicated process for many people, especially those with kids out there. However, not getting enough quality sleep can have a significant impact on your gut health. Try to prioritize getting at least 7-8 hours a night. Not only will it help you maintain a healthy gut, but you will also be more productive throughout the day.

Eat Fermented Foods: Fermentation is a process where the sugar many foods contain is broken down into bacteria or yeast. Yogurt is rich in lactobacilli, which is a bacteria that can benefit your gut health. However, keep in mind that many sweetened yogurts with a lot of added sugar are not beneficial. Always search for a natural yogurt with no artificial sweeteners.

Eat Dark Chocolate: Daily consumption of dark chocolate is beneficial to your gut health as it is rich in many key nutrients. Polyphenols, which are plant-based molecules that are rich in fiber, are found in dark chocolate. They travel to our intestines, where microbes use them for fuel. We can almost see the smiles of all chocolate lovers out there. 

Other foods and beverages that are rich in polyphenols are:

  • Blueberries
  • Green Tea
  • Cocoa
  • Broccoli
  • Almonds
  • Onions

A disrupted microbiome, which is found in the gut, can lead to many chronic diseases. Good bacteria helps with digestion and also reduces the number of harmful bacteria in the microbiome. Improving your gut health will take patience but there are a lot of lifestyle changes that you can make, and with some effort, you can maintain a healthy gut. 


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