Use these 6 remedies to heal your guts

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Guts are often disregarded when it comes to dealing with the overall health. The most common gut problems are bloating and irritable bowel syndrome, whereas heartburn, acid reflux do not upset your stomach.

But you should know that guttural problems may not appear on guts themselves, but on other different parts of the body (because everything in the body is connected, which explains why if you have problems somewhere, the signs are displayed elsewhere).

Without further ado, here are 6 guttural problem remedies.

1. Eat Probiotic-Rich Foods

Probiotic foods are naturally fermented, that is why they can provide good bacteria which is needed for good health in general and gut health in particular. An example of fermented foods is natural yogurt, tempeh, apple cider vinegar, miso, kimchi, kephir, sauerkraut, and kombucha. You can take probiotic-rich foods like whole grains, asparagus, chicory, tomatoes, garlic, artichoke, onions, and bananas. Those foods can actually supply the probiotics and make them grow and multiply in your gut.

2. Use Probiotic Supplements

The natural foods are of course the better option, but you can also take supplements if you don’t want to modify your diet. However, you should take certified supplements that are produced from brands with a good reputation. Once you get the supplements, be sure to refrigerate them to maintain the good bacteria in them. Some tests have shown that most of the trusted supplements have at least 1 billion organisms per daily dose, which has a fair share of benefits.

3. Cut Out Sugar & Processed Foods

Bad bacteria already exist in our guts, but when we consume much sugar, they go on rampage mode. Processed foods like fires, cakes, pastries, cakes, and cookies are no different. In fact, a 2010 study has shown that African children who eat high fiber and plant-based foods have more beneficial microorganisms in their guts than Italian children who have a diet based on starch, sugar, and fats. Another study conducted at Oregon State University in 2015 showed that high-sugar and high-fat diets can change the gut bacteria which leads to a certain and worth mentioning loss in cognitive flexibility. Make sure to limit your processed food and sugar intake.

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