The anti-inflammatory diet, and supplements to help get your gut moving in the right direction

Choosing an anti-inflammatory diet can help your gut flora flourish, improve your digestion, give you fresher breath and contribute to healthier skin and stronger nails. The anti-inflammatory diet has the greatest impact on health when combined with synbiotics, a supplement to the diet that helps build a healthy gut.

A lot of the foods we take for granted as a normal part of our modern diets – for example, bread, meat and butter – have properties that can harm our gut flora if we eat them too much. Poor diet, smoking and lack of exercise can create chronic inflammation in the body. The resulting inflammation is so low that we are not likely to notice any symptoms in the short term, but over the long term, the inflammation can, for example, damage our blood vessels, increase the risk of diabetes and cause depression.

What is an anti-inflammatory diet?

There are no overarching rules when it comes to an anti-inflammatory diet – some of us are more sensitive to certain foods than others – however, there are some general guidelines in terms of foods that seem to create inflammation for all of us. According to these guidelines, these foods include sugar, cheese, processed meat, dairy products, white rice, pasta and white bread – foods we should all try to limit or avoid completely. Instead of these inflammation causing foods, eat plenty of fresh plant foods – at least 800 grams to 1 kg per day of gluten-free grains such as sorghum and quinoa as well as seeds, peas, beans, lentils, almonds and nuts. And add some zest to these foods with anti-inflammatory spices such as ground cloves, turmeric and chili peppers.

Our bodies have a hard time handling “bad” foods, which creates an imbalance in the gut flora. This has a major impact on our health, considering that the gut controls 70% of our immune system. As a general rule, you could say that a diet that contains too much calorie-rich food increases inflammation.

Increased digestion and improved nutrient absorption

An anti-inflammatory diet contains plenty of high-fibre foods, including fruits and vegetables. Dietary fibre acts as food for our good intestinal bacteria, which allows these beneficial bacteria to flourish in our intestines. Since the good bacteria help break down the food we eat, we can improve both our digestion and our nutrient absorption by giving our gut flora the right food.


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The starting point of good health is in the gut

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 15 billion lactic acid bacteria
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Better complexion & stronger nails with anti-inflammatory diet

Many of the foods in the anti-inflammatory diet are also purported to have a significant impact on our skin, hair and nails. Many bodily functions are controlled by the gut, which is why many people with acne notice a better complexion when, for example, they eliminate gluten or dairy products from their diet.

If you want to give your intestines a boost and promote healthy gut flora – and have stronger nails and better skin – probiotic supplements can help. Synbiotic15, our combination of probiotics (lactic acid bacteria) and prebiotics (fibre that the lactic acid bacteria feed on), helps you create the conditions for your gut flora to thrive.

Bad breath from the stomach

We all sometimes feel that our breath is not the freshest – often due to bacterial coatings on the tongue or around the teeth. When this is the case, it certainly helps to brush and floss regularly. But if the unpleasant odour and taste do not go away even with proper oral hygiene routines, the cause is likely your gut health.

3 tips to improve digestion and bad breath:

  • Sit down when you eat, take your time and let go of stress
  • Introduce more anti-inflammatory foods in your diet
  • Add in lactic acid bacteria – either through your diet or supplements

A supplement for your gut health

Want more energy and less bloating? It might be time to take better care of your gut. To strengthen or restore the balance in your gut flora, it's important you feed your gut with a daily dose of pre- and probiotics. A healthy diet with lots of fruits and vegetables is usually sufficient. If you want an extra boost or make sure you get a daily dose of good bacteria, you can complement your diet with a supplement.

Why should you take Synbiotic15?

A daily dose of Synbiotic15 helps to boost your immune system, improve your digestion, prevent inflammation, strengthen your gut flora, improve your skin and take care of simple stomach problems. It's a powdered mix of 4 patented lactic acid bacteria and 4 grams of prebiotic fibres, which act as food for the good bacteria. Based on over 15 years of research, developed in Sweden and 100% natural.

Add it to your daily (morning) routine and stir it in water, mix it with your smoothie, or take it as is! Get started today. Buy Synbiotic15 now.

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