Five Foods to Improve You Gut Health

Dec 3, 2020

The holiday season is a time for indulging and enjoying all the comforts of home, but it’s also a vital time to consider your gut health. Confused about what to eat and what not to eat to feel good and live a healthy life?

With so much information online about healthy eating, it can be tricky to be sure about what’s best for a healthy gut. So here’s our guide to five everyday and tasty foods that are also good for your insides.


Full of probiotics, yogurt makes for a simple snack or breakfast full of good bacteria to repopulate your gut.

Leafy Greens

Kale, Swiss Chard, Arugula, and more leafy green vegetables are rich in fiber, making them the perfect gut-friendly food.

Whole Grains

Grains like Brown Rice and Whole Wheat contain prebiotics which helps your gut feed and grow new bacteria.

Fermented Foods

Kimchi and Sauerkraut are fermented foods that do the hard work of making gut bacteria for you. Sprinkle a little on your favorite dish for the added benefits.


Another food full of prebiotics and so simple to add to any meal.


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