Eat for a Healthy Gut

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Eating a healthy and nutritious diet not only is good for you but it keeps you looking young and your energy levels high, so you can enjoy living well.  Increase your gut health with a balanced nutritional diet that is predominantly plant based.  Fermented foods are excellent for restoring your gut bacteria and helps with food digestion. Be aware of the toxins that may be in your food chain. Choosing organic foods can make a major difference to your entire physical and mental health. You can avoid the lifestyle diseases and minimise food allergies, and it can also help to stabilise your moods.

There is a lot of conflicting nutrition and diet advice promoted in the media and it can be confusing. Cut through the confusion and learn how to make healthy foods that are varied and delicious, and a nutritious diet that is as good for your mind and body. Your skin, hair and nails will thank you for it as well as your heart.

Enjoy delicious organic, gluten free, vegan and raw foods. Feed the gut the food it craves.  Everyone enjoys Italian food .  Try a Gluten Free Pasta Salad infused with essential oils  – the perfect meal  if you suffer from severe food allergies and food intolerances. Enjoy gluten and dairy free with vegetarian options and experience the taste of traditional Vietnamese street food. Treat yourself to a vegan bagel – made with natural and organic ingredients or if you have a sweet tooth you can indulge in a delicious  Canadian style cake doughnut which comes in  many flavours.

Eat positive – Have you tried Superfoods such at chia seeds, choc cacao nibs; coconut chips? They are healthy and delicious and full of antioxidants, vitamins and mineral that keep your body in balance. Choose from a range of high quality superfoods, Certified Organic (ACO) and free from damaging pesticides and chemicals. That’s a positive for you and for the environment!

Sample the best – organic wines and preservative free wines.

Meet Susanna Amalia – Raw Food Coach

Raw food diets are becoming very popular and evidence shows that eating a plant based diet can increase your longevity and your natural beauty. Susanna Amalia is an authority on Raw Food and it benefits.

Meet Carla Weir – from Gaia Organic Gardens

 

Organic and fermented foods are a healthy addition to your diet and assist gut health. Carla Weir from Gaia Organic Gardens will show you how to make your own kombucha – the amazing drink that is full of probiotics and enzymes and how to make your own sauerkraut using fresh ingredients. Also be sure to find out more about edible weeds.

Click here to listen to Carla’s interview on Living Well Radio