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Smart Tips - How To Get Your Gut Back Into Balance by Jeanne Peters

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Published on May 20, 2012

Jeanne Peters, Nutritionist & Healthy Aging Expert at http://NourishingWellness.com, shares a smart tip about how to improve the health of your gut.

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Are you suffering from digestive issues like constipation? Do you typically feel gassy or bloated after meals? Well my smart tip for today is how to get your gut back into balance naturally. So today my smart tip is I want to encourage you to add a serving of probiotic-rich foods into your diet every day. Now what are probiotic-rich foods? Well they are foods that are naturally fermented, in which they have added beneficial bacteria that can help to improve our digestive ecosystem. So let's take a look at some of the foods that you could actually add into your diet, that are commonly found at most grocery stores. I start off with Kefir, both plain and sweetened. Yogurt - greek yogurt is very popular these days, make sure when you're looking for your yogurt that it actually lists on the back side of the label that it contains active and live cultures. Sauerkraut fan, always tastes great with a sausage; Bubbies is a very common brand. This is one that you could easily find and what makes this distinct is that this is, again, naturally fermented. They haven't added vinegar to the product. Miso, you typically find that in a Japanese restaurant. And then there is even a whole line of new beverages like Kombucha and even some Kvass, which are commonly enjoyed up in the Northern Balkan regions and now they are making their way into more of the natural foods markets. Finally, if you're somebody in which you don't like dairy, or you don't see yourself eating any of these foods, consider at least adding a probiotic into your diet on a daily basis. Your gut will thank you for it. I'm Jeanne Peters, Nutritionist and Healthy Aging Expert. Thanks for tuning in to my smart tip. And for more ideas on how to live well, go to our website at www.NourishingWellness.com and sign up for our free healthy aging kit!

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