Give your gut a break.
We digest so many foods that are a challenge for our system, with three really big offenders. Dairy, gluten and grain. I am not saying you need to remove these items from your diet forever, but how about just one month? I strict 28 days of giving your gut a break form these foods is a small sacrifice when you may reap the benefits.
Put the processed food back.
To compliment the gut break, try avoiding all processed foods for that same month. Your body needs nutrients to heal, not additional chemicals found in all processed foods in the form of additives, preservatives, colours and flavours. If it’s in a packet, I’m sure there are some numbers in the ingredient list, which means they were made in a laboratory. If you can’t pronounce the food item, or don’t know what it is, chances are it’s not actually “Food”. Put it back and find something natural to eat instead. It’s just for one month to see how you feel. Can you do it?
Consume Healthy Fats.
Ditch the vegetable and seed oils and make sure you use natural healthy unhydrogenised fats like coconut oil, ghee, tallow, brellow (the fat skimmed from a pot of bone broth) and lard. These fats all have high smoke points so are perfect for cooking. And if you are worried about cholesterol, there is so much new evidence and research as to why these are the healthy fats and they are not responsible for cholesterol issues.
Drink Bone Broth.
I hope by now you all understand the benefits of bone broth. The gelatin in bone broth is the key ingredient for fixing a leaky gut, which is behind the majority of not only all digestive issues, but all disease. The gelatin acts like spack filler to patch the holes found in the lining of the intestine. It will help strengthen the gut wall and support the immune system.
Add probiotics to your diet.
There are many reasons to take probiotics. They will build up the good bacteria in your gut, promoting a healthy digestive system and enhancing immunity.
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