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Say Hello to a Healthier Gut with Our Easy-to-Make Smoothies. Get them Today

Are you looking for a delicious and easy way to improve your gut health? Look no further than our three favorite green smoothie recipes! Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables every day is one of the best things you can do for your gut. Our green smoothies make it easy to get in those important nutrients and reduce inflammation. Plus, they’re so yummy that even your kids might like them.


‘A smoothie in the morning is one of the best ways to increase your daily fruit and veggie intake.’ ~ Professor Stig Bengmark

Smoothies your gut will love

The Amazing Benefits of Incorporating a Daily Smoothie into Your Routine

By incorporating one of our smoothies into your daily routine, you’ll be doing your gut a big favor. They’re full of good bacteria and fibers that your gut loves, and you’ll see some amazing benefits as a result. These include reduced bloating and acid reflux, improved digestion and bowel movement, better absorption of nutrients, a stronger immune system, and even improved skin texture!

To make the most of our smoothie recipes, it’s important to pair them with a healthy lifestyle. But trust us, your gut will thank you for it.

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What the gut?

Our gut health plays a crucial role in our overall health. In fact, over 70% of our immune system is located in our gut, which is why it’s so important to take care of it.

Not only can improving your gut health help with digestion and bloating issues, it can also give you fresher breath, stronger nails, and healthier skin. Plus, a balanced gut flora is essential for proper digestion and nutrient absorption.

So how can you boost your gut health? It’s simple – feed it lots of good bacteria and fibers found in fruits and vegetables! And if you’re looking for an easy way to get more greens in your diet, (green) smoothies are a great option.

Want to learn more about gut health, good bacteria, and fibers? Check out our helpful resources here!

Do you ever feel like your digestive system is not functioning as well as it should be? If so, it could be a sign that your gut flora is out of balance. But how do you know if that’s the case?

Here are some common symptoms to look out for:

  • Digestive problems like constipation, diarrhea or stomach discomfort
  • Frequent fungal infections, urinary tract infections or similar problems
  • A weakened immune system and frequent illnesses
  • Sudden changes in appetite or food cravings
  • Feeling tired or run-down despite getting enough sleep
  • Skin problems like acne or rashes

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, it might be a good idea to assess the health of your gut flora. To do this, you can ask yourself a few simple questions like how often you get sick, if you’ve recently taken antibiotics, or how regular your bowel movements are.

To get a more accurate picture of your gut health, you can also take Professor Stig Bengmark’s three simple gut health tests. These tests are a great way to find out if your gut flora is in balance or out of balance, so you can take the necessary steps to improve it.

Maintaining a healthy gut is crucial for overall health and well-being. Unfortunately, many of the foods we eat every day can harm our gut flora and create chronic inflammation in the body. However, with a few simple changes to your diet, you can start supporting your gut health today.

One of the best things you can do is to incorporate more fresh plant foods into your diet. We recommend aiming for at least 800 grams to 1 kg of fruits and vegetables per day. You can also choose gluten-free grains such as sorghum or quinoa, as well as seeds, peas, beans, lentils, almonds, and nuts. To add some flavor, try using anti-inflammatory spices like ground cloves, turmeric, and chili peppers.

If you want to learn more about the anti-inflammatory lifestyle and how it can benefit your gut health, check out our article here.

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