Do you have a healthy gut? If you are bloated or constipated maybe you don’t.
Not that I truly want to know about the inner workings of your digestive system but if you are either of these there is good news.
A diet rich in probiotics and prebiotics can restore gut health. As I talked about a few posts back there are 3 times as many neurones in your gut than your brain and they are connected. Our gut is so important that it is called our second brain. We need to do whatever it takes to boost that brain power and have a healthy gut.
Live microorganisms found in the gut which aid towards the balance of healthy bacteria.
Found in non-digestible food fibre which enables good bacteria to stick to the cell wall.
In light of all this information, I splashed out and bought this.
Isn’t she a thing of beauty?
It is a fermenting crock and currently, it contains my first batch of sauerkraut, the recipe for which I will post as soon as I am sure it has worked. No peaking for another 3 weeks, unfortunately.
You can buy the crock at Scythes Australia if you live in Brisbane, but they are pretty easy to come buy if you Google ‘fermenting crock’.
Probiotic supplements in the form of capsules or drinks are a good way to keep your gut in good health if you find time short or your not keen on any of these foods. However, they are not nearly as tasty or as much fun and be careful of added sugar in the drinks.
So happy gut health to you. What probiotics and prebiotics do you enjoy adding into your daily diet?