Hack your gut health and unlock a variety of benefits that a healthy gut brings with these 200 easy, accessible tips for promoting good bacteria, achieving balance in your gut microbiome, and feeling your best every day.
Bloating. Heartburn. Weight gain. Frequent visits to the restroom. It’s no surprise: bad gut health can have a big impact on your daily life. But what if there were quick and easy ways to improve your digestive system so you could feel your best every day?
In Gut Health Hacks, you’ll find 200 practical tips and tricks to support good bacteria and achieve a balanced gut mircrobiome. From ways to hack your meals to simple lifestyle changes, you’ll find tips and tricks like: -Consuming ginger has a calming sensation for your digestive tract and can relieve gas and bloating. Sipping some ginger tea before bedtime can lead to a restful night’s sleep. -Mental stress leads to digestive stress. Give yourself a designated relaxation time every day to help both your brain and your belly wind down. -Incorporating light yoga techniques into your everyday routine can help stimulate blood flow to your core, which can keep things moving with your digestive tract. -And much more!
From improved mental health to weight loss to resolved digestion issues, balanced gut health can make all the difference. Now you can start feeling your best today with a little help from Gut Health Hacks.
Lindsay Boyers is a holistic nutritionist specializing in the keto diet, gut health, mood disorders, and functional nutrition. Lindsay earned a degree in food and nutrition from Framingham State University, and she holds a certificate in holistic nutrition consulting from the American College of Healthcare Sciences. She has written twelve books and has had more than 2,000 articles published across various websites, including MindBodyGreen, Healthline, Livestrong, The Spruce, and VeryWell. Lindsay truly believes that you can transform your life through food, a proper mindset, and shared experiences and that’s what she aims to convey to her readers.