Looking after your own gut health can be daunting, but can be all the more difficult when you have to factor in the rest of the family. Here are 5 tips from me on eating your way to a happier, healthier gut.
Sauerkraut: Good for the gut and easy to make
Almost any vegetable (and fruit) can be fermented, but perhaps the most famous and fuss-free ferment is sauerkraut. Lacto-fermentation is a great way to preserve vegetables, and locking in their nutrients and increasing the gut-friendly bacteria.
Smoothies for anytime of the day
I have to confess, I don't drink many smoothies and when I do, I often over-zealously add in too many ingredients and end up with a green/brown sludge, which I realise is not necessarily appetising or visually appealing.