How to drink your way to a healthier gut!

You can’t be healthy or feel your best if your gut isn’t working well. Today I want to give you a simple tip on how to boost the health of your gut!

Your gut has tens of trillions of microorganisms! The many species of bacteria that make up your gut flora (1,000 or more) have over 3 million genes total: about 150 times more than your own! Pretty amazing, right?!. As you can imagine, making sure to keep your gut microbiota healthy is essential to your own wellness.

There are many ways to impact your gut bugs with diet and lifestyle. One tool I want to share with you today is a refreshing non-dairy, sugar-free sparkling probiotic beverage called Kvass by Biotic Beverages (there are many brands, I like this one because it is local, organic, and tasty).  This kvass has live probiotics and minerals to nourish your gut bugs. The ginger and beet flavors are my favorites.

Eating a nutrient-rich diet is also key for supporting your gut microbiota. But what the heck does that mean?! Good question! It’s not the same for everyone! The foods you (and your gut bugs) need to thrive isn’t going to be the same as everyone else. In my interview that airs May 1st, I’ll be talking more about this and the test that I give to every client so that they know their optimal diet. Make sure you are signed up so you get access to the interview!

In the meantime, eat organic veggies and fruits, eat some protein at each meal along with some quality fats like avocados, olives, nuts and seeds, coconut oil, butter, and olive oil. Drink water throughout the day (aim for half your body weight in ounces each day!) and include fermented foods/drinks like kvass.
For more information on how to take your gut health to the next level, take advantage of a free Unstoppable Health Discovery Session with me today!

​​​​​Until next time, I’m wishing you unstoppable health. 🙂


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