4 Simple Steps to Fix your Gut


The gut's tremendous complexity, as well as its relevance to our general health, is a growing area of medical studies. Gut health has been linked to the immune system, mood, mental health, autoimmune illnesses, endocrine problems, skin ailments, and cancer in several studies over the last two decades.

Thus, your gut health is more important than you know.

Fix your gut and stay healthy by following these 5 steps-


1. Avoid Highly Processed Foods

These foods which are usually fried, high in sugar, or just plain unhealthy, can deplete the number of good bacteria in your gut, creating an imbalance that can lead to inflammation. It is also best to avoid alcohol if you want a healthy gut.


2. Stick to High-Fibre Foods

Foods that are high in fibre have proven to promote gut health. Beans, peas, oats, bananas, berries are some great options to include in your daily diet.


3. Probiotics and Prebiotics

Including a prebiotic or probiotic supplement in your diet might help enhance your gut health. Prebiotics are "food" that helps beneficial bacteria develop in the stomach, whereas probiotics are live healthy bacteria. It is best to consult a health professional before adding these supplements to your diet.


4. Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle

Staying hydrated, sleeping well, exercising, and eating nutritious food will not only fix your gut but also your overall mental and physical health.


Your diet impacts every aspect of your life. Investing in your health is the best decision you can make. Metabolix’s EatFit Program is a custom nutrition plan which is tailor-made for your specific needs and lifestyle. To take the first step towards a healthier you, contact us on +91 932159167 to get your program under the guidance of Coach Juily Wagle today!


Our programs aim to help busy people stay healthy and fit scientifically and sustainably.


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