Everyone has a unique community of bacteria that live in their gut. This is properly called a microbiome, and no two people have the same one.
The health of this community is highly crucial to digestion and also nutrient absorption.
Poor absorption of nutrients can lead to a variety of other health problems.
According to increasing amounts of research, the following conditions can be affected by gut health:
Because of its impact on every body's system, it's almost impossible to narrow down specific symptoms of poor gut health.
Furthermore, since everyone's gut community is different, some things may work for one person, but not for another. Instead, it's best to understand the types of foods that help gut health and experiment with results.
Here are 13 of the best foods for a healthy gut. Try to incorporate more of these 13 foods into your diet, and you will start feeling much better.
Kefir is essentially fermented milk, which makes it somewhat carbonated and often a bit sour. Though it is a dairy product, many people who suffer from lactose intolerance can still drink kefir due to its fermented quality. It has a similar taste to yogurt and offers same benefits, such as adding good bacteria to the gut. It also helps production of vitamin K and vitamin B12.If your gut doesn't do well with dairy, and you like to add milk to coffee or a smoothie, you can take kefir milk instead.
2. FERMENTED CABAGGE
There are two popular types of fermented cabbage available in most stores: sauerkraut and kimchee.
Sauerkraut is of German origin, and you should buy it fresh. The reason is that canned versions are pasteurized and the good bacteria destroyed.
Kimchee is a Korean condiment that also contains useful bacteria generated in the fermentation process.
If you're not a fan of cabbage, try carrots and ginger.
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