Excerpt from My Weekly's Your Good Gut Guide. The article explores how over 63% of Brits have experienced a peristent gut problem via a survey from the Love Your Gut campaign.
Look at your diet
Everyone's gut is different, and there's no one-size fits all diet, but there are things to try.
Studies show that people who eat plenty of fibre, vegetables and plant-based foods have a better gut microbiome than those whose diets are high in red meat, sugar and processed foods. To keep good bacteria topped up, include live probiotic foods like yogurt and fermented foods like sauerkraut.
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