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March 14, 2020
If you wanna get good gut health, you’ve gotta get with my friends. Make it last forever, digestive health never ends.
If you’re wondering what the digestive system and the spice girls have in common, you’re in for a wild ride.
There’s a plethora of things that affect the state of our gut microbiome, including our diet, our lifestyle, stress levels, physical activity, whether we smoke or drink, our weight, relationships and chemical exposure. When you first start looking after your gut, these factors can seem extremely overwhelming.
The best advice I can give you is, instead of allowing yourself to get overwhelmed, start slowly. With just a sprinkle of this and a dash of that, you’ll be on your way to gut health glory. Adding in a spoon of my Love Your Gut Powder can help too! 🙂
This is where my love of the spice girls (but mostly, just my spice rack), comes into play.
While you can eat all of the fruit and vegetables in the world, there’s one simple thing that you can include every single day to take your gut health to the world stage. I’m talking about the sensational world of spices!
If you want to up-level your spice game, you gotta have some fun with spices. Below are six of my favourite herbs and spices for digestive health, plus a cultured mango and ginger kvass recipe that’ll convert even the biggest soft drink fanatic you know. Please pass this recipe onto them.
Cultivate your inner ecosystem with this friendly ferment, designed to enhance your digestion and boost immunity. My Mango and Ginger Kvass from Supercharge Your Gut is a probiotic-rich drink that’s sweet and tart in all the right places. Move over Coca-Cola, this kvass is about to give you a run for your money!
Mango and Ginger Kvass
Makes about 500ml (17fl olz) or 2 cups
A refreshingly nourishing blend of probiotic and enzyme-rich sweetness and tartness, kvass is a fantastic alternative to soft drinks. You can vary the flavour using different fruits, such as apples, berries and pineapples. Bottoms up!
The culture starter is optional if using tap water and can be purchased online or from a health food store.
Most fruits can be left to ferment for up to 7 days, but some fruits such as banana, mango and papaya can be ready in 2 days. It’s best not to over-ferment them, as they can become very sour.
April 03, 2020
Hi !! I have just been introduced to your site , and I am reeling with info overload as I scroll though it and attempt to absorb the STUNNING info so PROFESSIONALLY presented – I look forward SO much to starting to try your recipes – to save me a little time, can you kindly direct me to the specific location on your site where it details the proportions and efficacy etc of the what I note are the 6 components in your GUT HEALTH supplement ?
Thank you and I look forward to receiving your regular emails as up until now , as a vegetarian I have been relaying primarily on the major USA sites and I think its so GREAT to find an Aussie one of such high quality !
Thank you from Ray Nicholas
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