A properly functioning gut and digestive system helps with weight loss, clear skin and keeping our moods in check
Constipation can often result in bloating, which is a sign of trapped gas. Burping after eating is often also linked to poor gut health, and could be a sign you may have a Complex Carbohydrate Intolerance.
‘To help prevent and eliminate undigested meals that ferment in the gut, it’s important to add certain foods to your diet to allow food digestion to break down properly.
If your breath still smells after brushing your teeth, or if your tongue is covered in a white coating, you may need to look into gut health management
Eating foods that help aid digestion, such as bitter greens, before having a protein-packed meal
Taking three litres of water each day to help keep the bowels hydrated, in turn restoring your skin and overall quality of health.
Many of the issues arising from poor gut health work together, such as an inability to lose weight to feeling depressed or lacking energy.
Dry skin, blemishes and acne are unfortunate signs that your gut is turning toxic, as is a poor immune system
‘Add natural probiotics to your diet such as Goats Kafir or 20mls of cabbage juice first thing in the morning, 20 minutes before breakfast.
‘Once the gut is cleared and flourishing with good bacteria, the result on someone’s mental state and energy is incredible!