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6 Signs That Your Gut Is Out of Balance

22 June 2022|Nutrition

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4. Eat enough fiber

Fiber promotes digestion. If you currently eat little fiber, gradually increase it. Eat about 20 to 40 grams of fiber daily, primarily from vegetables, fruit, legumes, potatoes, nuts, chia seeds, flaxseed, and oats.

5. Eat fermented products

Fermented products contain good bacteria that stimulate a healthy gut flora. These include sauerkraut, pickles, (soy) yogurt/quark, and tempeh.

6. Eat slowly

Chewing helps pre-digest your food. By taking the time to eat slowly and chew well, you can improve your digestion and help your gut.

7. Get enough exercise

Regular exercise promotes good digestion and promotes healthy gut function.

8. Reduce your stress

Stress has a negative effect on your digestion and plays a significant role in stomach and digestive problems. If you experience a lot of gut problems, it's important to pay attention to your stress levels and reduce them.

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