Your Gut

Microbiota Hacking


 
  • Eat the rainbow at every meal 

  • Consciously increase fibre at every meal, especially breakfast, but tailor it to how your body responds

  • Incorporate fermented foods into your diet; stir sauerkraut through your salad, cook with bone broth, or try a probiotic supplement

  • Combine a shot of apple cider vinegar with our Bio-Fermented Turmeric Tonic on waking

  • Cut out all anti-bacterial household products and wipes – this includes hand sanitiser

  • Walk on the grass (find urban spaces around your workplace), play in the dirt!

  • Move more, particularly in nature

  • Have a dog if you can

  • Consider living on a farm 

In the ideal world your gut should be functioning in optimal condition. However, you can make significant improvements by altering the composition of your diet. It is prudent to discuss these dietary changes with a nutritionist or dietician or an integrated healthcare doctor if you are trying to manage a specific health issue whether it is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), dysbiosis or diverticulitis. Do seek professional advice, there is considerable research emerging in this field that it is possible to find health professionals encouraging diet as part of a comprehensive treatment plan. 

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