Dear Aysha, that’s an interesting question; When it comes to maintaining your gut health or microbiome at its healthiest level, nothing is more important than what you eat and drink. Fiber also plays a role in one of the most common digestive illnesses worldwide: divertivulitis (aka inflammation of the intestine). Fiber isn’t the only all-star that starts with the letter F. Fermented foods can also be a key component of a diet that fuels gut health. These foods give your gut healthy, living microorganisms to crowd out the unhealthy bacteria, improve absorption of minerals, and support overall health.
To summarize, here are some of the best organic foods for gut health:
• Fiber: Think whole grains, beans and legumes, and whole fruits and veggies.
• Fermented foods.
• Veggies: broccoli, asparagus, green peas, sprouts
• Fruits. Bananas, apples.
• Garlic, ginger
• Yoghurt is an excellent source of so-called friendly bacteria, also known as probiotics.
• Almonds: good probiotic properties, which means they are a treat for your gut bacteria
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