Month 4: Clean Eating for Gut Health

Clean eating for gut health


Clean eating for gut health means eating the right foods to prevent common gut problems such as constipation, inflammation, and gut dysbiosis. Dysbiosis occurs when the gut microbiota is out of whack. The gut microbiota refers to the trillions of bacteria and other microorganisms, both good and bad, that reside in your gut. Maintaining the right balance between these good and bad bacteria helps you improve digestion, balance weight, boost moods, and have glowing and healthy skin.

What is clean eating?

Clean eating means eating foods in their most natural state, or as close to it as possible. Contrary to popular belief, clean eating is not the same as dieting. It simply involves eliminating PROCESSED and REFINED foods from your diet and replacing them with REAL foods such as nuts, legumes, seeds, vegetables, organic eggs, fermented foods, whole grains, healthy fats, and so on.

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