• How does Poor Gut Health impact weight gain?

    How does Poor Gut Health impact weight gain?

    There is a bi-directional relationship between the variety of foods we eat and the type and number of bacteria that exist in our gut. These in turn affect the way food is digested, absorbed and stored. Good food habits like taking prebiotics (fiber) influence the ratio of certain bacteria which produce hormones that make you feel fuller, reduce your appetite and prevent you from...
  • Healthy Gut Microbiome – Key to Overall Well-being

    Healthy Gut Microbiome – Key to Overall Well-being

    Gut health is linked to almost all aspects of human physical and mental well-being.  Research is gradually unfolding the link between an imbalance in the gut microbiome and the cascading effect leading to various diseases. Most of these bacteria live in a part of the large intestine called the cecum. Here are the 5 reasons to have a Healthy Gut Microbiome 1. Nutrition: A healthy...
  • 5 Vegetables to Improve Gut Health

    5 Vegetables to Improve Gut Health

    1. Ginger (Zingiber officinale) Over 60 bioactives are present in ginger, to name a few, gingerols, paradols, shogaols, zingerone etc. Gingerol is known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Studies show that ginger consumption induces bacterial diversity, stimulates contractions and accelerates gastric emptying. 2. Garlic (Allium sativum) The anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties of garlic due to the presence of Sulphur compounds can keep levels of the Helicobacter pylori bacterium in check,...
  • Foods to Support a Healthier Gut

    Foods to Support a Healthier Gut

    Even a simple digestive problem such as bloating or constipation can make you feel uncomfortable & restless. Therefore, it is vital to have a healthy gut because it does not just play an essential role in digestive health but also in improving overall well-being.
  • 5 Easy Steps : Eat your way to a Stronger Gut

    5 Easy Steps : Eat your way to a Stronger Gut

    There are around 40 trillion bacteria in your body, most of which are found in your gut. Collectively, they are known as your gut microbiome, and they’re incredibly important for overall health. Here are 5 easy tips to enhance your gut strength.
  • Meet ‘SYNBIOTIC’ – The Secret to Your Healthy Gut

    Meet ‘SYNBIOTIC’ – The Secret to Your Healthy Gut

    Just like a fingerprint, you have a unique composition of gut bacteria that is based on what you eat, your age and genetics, where and how you live.  Microbes living in your health significantly and even can impact your risk for some diseases, including cancer, Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. It's therefore critical to cultivate a healthy gut and the key to it...
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