Six essential daily tips for a healthy gut
#1: Start your day by drinking warm water
In Ayurveda – an ancient Eastern mind-body medical system – it’s said that drinking warm water on an empty stomach helps power up your digestive system and aids digested food through your digestive tract. You can add two tablespoons of organic, unfiltered apple cider vinegar to your water to give it a probiotic punch.
#2: Sip on non-dairy chai tea throughout the day
To make a delicious, gut-healthy non-dairy chai tea, combine the following in a pot:
1 cup water
1 tbsp black or green tea (you can find loose chai tea online and at Asian supermarkets)
½ tsp cinnamon
½ tsp cardamom
½ tsp ginger
½ tsp nutmeg
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Bring the ingredients to a gentle boil and then grate in some fresh ginger and add two or three cardamom cloves. Before straining the tea, add one cup of non-dairy milk like almond milk.
If you’re feeling hungry, add a tablespoon of virgin organic coconut oil to your tea. The healthy fat
in the oil will boost satiety and help you feel full for longer.
#3: Enjoy a broth-based soup for lunch
Broth-based soup soothes both your mind and gut. Make sure yours is full of nutritious vegetables, sea vegetables or miso. If soup isn’t enough to fill you up at lunchtime, drink a probiotic-rich smoothie with it. Make sure your smoothie is low in sugar and contains gut-healthy greens like spinach and avocado.
#4: Sweat it out!
Exercise helps prevent and treat bloating as well as balances your mind. You don’t have to take part in vigorous exercise like spinning or running – sitting meditation will also do wonders. Vinyasa flow for 90 minutes is another great option and will help to calm your nervous system and kick-start your digestion.
#5: Add probiotics to most of your meals
Probiotics are critical to your gut health – and a little can go a long way! Add a tablespoon of fermented food like sauerkraut, kimchee or pickles to one or two meals a day to work gut-loving bacteria into your eating plan.
#6: Eat prebiotics at dinner
The good bacteria in your gut feed on prebiotics, which are high in fibre. Some top sources include sunchokes, asparagus, leeks, dandelion greens, onions, garlic, green bananas and apples. Try to eat prebiotics every day at dinner. If you suffer from serious bloating or constipation
, you should take it easy on the prebiotics.
In addition to the six tips above, you should also ensue you get at least eight hours of uninterrupted sleep
every night. After all, your neurological health goes hand in hand with your stress
levels and digestion!