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The first stage of healing your gut always includes removing offensive foods & gut-disruptors. Listen up for tons of ideas on how to heal your gut. Consult with your doctor or functional medicine practitioner before trying any of the supplements mentioned in this episode. We are not physicians or medical practitioners. Contact Us on Facebook
Benefits of a Healthy Gut >>> Fewer stomach cramps, Less gas, Less cravings, Fewer mood swings, Fewer colds & flus, Perfect pooping
- Start buying less packaged foods, and buy more foods made with fewer total ingredients. - Avoid glyphosate/round-up grains like conventional wheat, corn, barley, rye and even oats. Especially gluten-containing grains need to be organic (organic = no glyphosate). - Avoid certain food additives and medications that are damaging to the gut, even over the counter anti-inflammatory medication.. - Skip the antibacterial hand soaps and lotions, and carry your own natural soap if you work at a place with commercial soap dispensers (they usually contain triclosan and other disruptive ingredients). *Product Spotlight: Mother Dirt a probiotic spray for your skin. (amazon affiliate link). Gluten, corn, soy, dairy and eggs account for 75% of all food-allergic reactions.Determining food sensitivities, and healing a leaky gut, often must begin with an elimination diet. Try Whole30, AIP, GAPS, Low FODMAP, and Paleo. - Determine your personal threshold for carbohydrates and prebiotic, fibrous foods. A low carb and or a Low FODMAP diet starves any overgrown bacterial populations in your gut to help you achieve a balance again. - There are several ways to practice Intermittent Fasting. We recommend a light version of where you eat for 12 hours and then you don’t eat for 12 hours (think 8pm to 8am).