There are hundreds of different types of bacteria living in the gut. Ensuring we have healthy colonies of the good strains of bacteria helps to prevent dysbiosis (incorrect gut flora), supports immune health, protects against the development of food sensitivities and maintains the health of the intestinal mucosa. They also metabolise certain foods and aid in the synthesis of nutrients such as folate and vitamin K.
Top Gut Foods
Probiotic Foods - adding good bacteria into our diet
As well as those that help, many common dietary and lifestyle factors are well known to compromise digestive health and function. Are you compromising your gut health with these:
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Christchurch Naturopath and Medical Herbalist with over 20 years experience in the field of natural health.
Vanessa Winter, Christchurch Naturopath
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