By Ashwani Kumar
Fermented foods are natural source of Probiotics. Eat foods like kefir, kimchi, kombucha, miso, tempeh and sauerkraut to improve gut health.
Asparagus, banana, chickpeas, white peaches, berries, apples, garlic, onions, chicory are rich source of prebiotics healthy to improve good bacteria.
Managing stress can improve your health, including gut health. Exercise, yoga, meditation, reducing caffeine intake, and laughing are some of the ways to manage stress.
Not getting enough sleep can seriously impact your gut health. Get regular bedtime of 7-8 hours every night.
Staying hydrated is the best way to promote a healthy gut. Drinking more water can positively affect the mucus lining of the stomach and balance good bacteria in the gut.
Overeating sugar or artificial sweeteners can cause an imbalance of your gut microbes. This negative impact can cause metabolic diseases like diabetes and heart diseases.
Whole grains contain nondigestible carbs that promote beneficial bacteria in the gut microbes and maintain regular bowel movements.