The Gut Reset is a Simple
3 Part Program To Reset Your Microbiome.
A Healthy Gut = A Healthy Life
By resetting the balance of bacteria in your gut, you can improve your digestive health, better your general health, and decrease your risk of developing chronic diseases.
A healthy Gut Microbiome means a healthy gut which keeps you feeling energised, alert, healthy and happy, yes those gut bugs of yours play a huge role in brain health too.
Here at Sangamithra GV Nutrition, we believe in order to feel your best, your gut and the trillions of bacteria in there (the microbiome) need to be healthy. If the gut is unhealthy, every aspect of overall health can become compromised from immunity or hormonal health to skin quality and mental health.
Eating the right foods will help keep your gut microbiome healthy — which is instrumental to your overall health. An eating guide designed for your microbiome and a tailored meal plan to nourish your gut bacteria will make sure you are well equipped during and after the program.
Your gut microbiome is made up of trillions of bacteria and other microorganisms — both friendly and unfriendly.Maintaining the right balance of friendly and unfriendly bacteria in your gut is touted to improve digestion, reduce inflammation, decrease anxiety, as well as improve brain function and mood.
A healthy balance of gut bacteria can help boost metabolism, eliminate cravings, and help you shed unwanted weight. A precise probiotic supplementation routine planned according to your microbiome analysis report will be made available to you after the consult session.
How can we protect our gut’s health?
Changing our diets can have a positive impact on our gut bacteria. This can happen as quickly as 3-6 months after implementation.
Diet-wise, here are 3 simple things that you can do
1.Eat foods rich in polyphenols– they are also rich in fiber and plant-based molecules which travel into your intestines where microbes use them for fuel. Foods that are rich in polyphenols, such as dark chocolate, have anti-inflammatory properties, decrease blood pressure and cholesterol levels and decrease cellular stress. Other foods rich in polyphenols include, red grapes, onions, blueberries, almonds and green tea.
2. Limit Artificial Sweeteners – Research studies with animals have found artificial sweeteners to have a negative effect on the microbiome. Rats given aspartame had increased blood sugars and were unable to use the insulin their bodies made properly. Another human trial showed the same blood sugar increase. For gut health improvement, it may be best to avoid artificial sweeteners altogether.
3. Eat more whole grains, nuts, load up on veggies, beans and fresh fruits
Here is yet another reason to eat fresh, whole foods. Barley, oats, quinoa, wholegrain rice, and other whole grains have fiber that we need to bulk up our intestines and help things to move through.
Whole grains then become a type of feed for the bacteria inhabiting the microbiome. It may sound strange that we have all these minute bacteria floating around in there, but they keep things running smoothly. Like clockwork.
Eating more whole grains has been shown to increase the types and numbers of bacteria in our gut, therefore improving gut diversity. The same is true of nuts, so pick up a variety of walnuts, pecans, pistachios or almonds, remembering that a serving is what fits into the palm of your hand.
Whole, fresh vegetables, beans and legumes, and a variety of fresh fruits provide good nutrition for the bacteria in our gut. Shop at your local markets for fresh, whole foods in season and prepare your microbiome for your locale.
Work with Singapore’s Gut Health Nutritionist who has helped over 180 clients, just like you with proven results.
Sangamithra GV is a Gut Health specialist Nutritionist & Dietitian and Founder of ‘ Gut Reset Program’
Our 3 part Gut Reset Program includes,
- Gut health Questionnaire & Personalised Eating Guide
- Microbiome Analysis test
- 60 minute in-depth Nutrition consult with a Tailored Meal Plan & Probiotic supplementation for building your biome.
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