RSS feed [root] /health /weblog




login:

password:

title search:




 


Mon Jul 19 01:22:07 AEST 2021

gut



http://www.bbc.com/future/columns/microbes-and-me

Eat more fibre Most of us eat only half the recommended 30g a day. But start slowly – our guts don’t like rapid change

Eat the rainbow Choose colourful fruits and vegetables and try to eat
30 different plants, nuts and seeds every week

Eat foods rich in polyphenols These include dark chocolate and red wine
Advertisement

Eat fermented foods Tim Spector favours kombucha, kefir and kimchi, as well as unpasteurised cheeses

Eat more omega 3 New research suggests a relationship between gut microbes, omega 3 and brain health

Let kids play with dirt and dogs Jack Gilbert’s research has shown that since the gut’s population is seeded in early life, allowing small children to dig in soil and play with domestic animals can undo a lot of the damage modern lifestyles do to our microbiomes

https://www.theguardian.com[..]d-its-massive-significance-to-our-health


(google search) (amazon search)
second
download zip of files only