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Superfood mix for a balanced gut microbiome
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Ingredients: Celery* (Germany), Jerusalem Artichoke* (Germany), Lemon Balm* (France), Lemon* (Egypt), Ginger* (India), Apple* (Germany) Powder. *Organic Certified
How To Use: Mix 1 tsp into water before your first meal of the day or after a heavy meal. Heating can damage natural digestive enzymes.
Weight: 150g | 30 servings
Taste: Sweet & sour, mild celery juice
1 can = 1kg celery!
For every mix sold, we donate one packet of life-saving food to children suffering from severe malnutrition through our partnership with Action Against Hunger. Everyone deserves to be healthy!
Q: What’s the serving size of Gut Feeling?
A: One serving = 1 teaspoon
Q: How many servings should I have per day?
A: You only need 1-2 servings of Gut Feeling per day to support your digestive system. We don’t suggest taking more than 2 servings.
Q: When should I use Gut Feeling?
A: Add 1 tsp of Gut Feeling to your morning lemon water to start your day off right.
Q: What does Gut Feeling taste like?
A: Celery, slightly sweet & zesty.
Q: Why should I take care of my gut health?
A: More and more research is being done on the incredible complexity of the gut and its importance for our bodily processes. Numerous studies have been able to prove connections between gut health and general well-being. Many aspects of our modern lifestyle, such as stress, too little sleep, processed and sugary foods or even taking antibiotics, can put a strain on our intestinal flora and in turn cause us to struggle with a bloated belly, a feeling of fullness, but also impure skin and low energy.
Q: How to feed your gut microbiome and get bac(k) to balance
A: Eating a diverse diet rich in whole foods can lead to a diverse microbiota - and the more diverse bacteria you have, the better. But how can you stimulate the growth of those friendly gut bacteria? With prebiotics. They are mainly high-fibre foods that cannot be digested by human cells. Instead, certain species of bacteria break them down and use them for fuel.
Q: How do I know if I have a gut imbalance?
A: Discomfort after eating, bloating, and gas are just some of the signs you may have a gut imbalance. Luckily, this superfood solution will help you balance your gut microbiome, so you can feel your best.
Q: Who shouldn’t consume Gut Feeling?
A: Gut Feeling is safe for most people. However, if you are taking medication or you’re currently pregnant, consult your doctor before taking this mix.
Q: Why do I need superfoods?
A: Superfoods are extremely high in micronutrients like vitamins, minerals, as well as antioxidants, enzymes and health fats. All of these nutrients are essential to your body so you can thrive.
If you think discomfort after eating (or any of the symptoms below) is normal, think again. They could be signs of an unbalanced gut.
Celery rich in minerals and a powerful antioxidant.
This root vegetable is naturally high in fibre and contains 16% inulin, a fermentable dietary fibre that also gives Jerusalem Artichoke it's sweet taste.
This lemon-scented herb comes from the same family as mint and has a long tradition in alternative medicine where it is used to relieve stress.
Do you drink warm lemon water first thing in the morning to jumpstart your digestion? According to Ayurvedic medicine the sour lemon taste helps stimulate your “agni” ("digestive fire").
Ginger has a long history in alternative medicine. The root’s natural oils, Gingerols, have an antioxidant effect. It also contains the digestive enzyme protease which helps with the breakdown of proteins.
Apples are full of pectin, a soluble fibre that feeds the bacteria. Apples also contain the digestive enzyme amylase, which aids in the digestion of starches.
Super Celery Juice