I’m sure you’ve heard by now that sourdough bread is easier to digest, more nutritious, and better for gut health than conventional bread. But why? Have you wondered why people who don’t normally do well with gluten-containing products are perfectly fine when they eat sourdough? Let’s dive into the science of bread, wild yeasts, and fermentation to find the answer!
Curious how to tell if your gut microbiome is healthy? Then it’s time to end the taboo around poo. (I love a good rhyme) It’s time we normalize talking about poop… because it is normal, and everyone has to do it. Every animal on the planet poops. We can use poop as a free and easy way to understand what’s happening with our gut microbiome health.
Since advances in microbiology and genome sequencing have shown us that we severely miscalculated the importance of our microbiomes, it may be time for a new era of nutrition, food science, and medicine. So how should we eat to nourish our microbiomes? Is it time for a new food pyramid for gut health?
The short answer is YES! Dairy products from regeneratively farmed, well-raised animals are a great addition to a healthy lifestyle! Fermented dairy is especially nourishing and good for gut microbiome health.
To fully understand gut health, I think it is essential to understand how microorganisms function and thrive in every area of life. In this book list, I’ve included books on gut health, books that focus on the human microbiome, and books that teach a holistic perspective of microorganisms.
Our mission is to show you how to have a balanced and healthy gut microbiome. After all, gut health is the key to overall health. One of the best foods for gut health is microgreens. The gut health benefits of microgreens are vast, and you should definitely include them in your diet!
What is the best probiotic to take for gut health? What are probiotics? What’s the difference between probiotics, prebiotics, and postbiotics? Check out this blog for all the answers!