1. Make Probiotics Part Of Your Daily Diet
Fermented foods like sauerkraut, kombucha, and kimchi contain the good-for-you gut bacteria called probiotics that create an all-around healthy environment in your digestive system.
2. Find Your Food Allergies
Food allergies are a sneaky cause of digestive issues for many people. If you’ve had trouble identifying the cause of your symptoms, consider going on a temporary elimination diet to find out if there’s a specific type of food causing you problems.
3. Eat More Enzyme-Rich Foods
Certain foods contain naturally high levels of digestive enzymes, which helps your body to break down food and absorb important nutrients. Some of these foods include pineapple, mango, bananas, avocado, tempeh, and more.
4. Fill Up With Fiber (And Wash It Down With Water)
Fiber and water bind together in your gut to create a formidable 1-2 punch that helps to move waste through your system and keep your digestive system clean and healthy.
5. Cleanse Your System With A Gentle Teatox
To perform a “teatox” simply add a few specialized teas to your daily diet, which—due to their herbal content and nutritional value—are an especially powerful (yet gentle) way to cleanse your system and rejuvenate your gut health.