How do you properly heal and nourish your gut?
The "BEST PRODUCTS FOR GUT HEALTH" and adopt new habits for your everyday gut well-being
Everyone’s first choice: Good Probiotics!
Nourish your gut with Daily Biobasics
This is a perfect daily shake to give you all the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, probiotics, prebiotics and fibers your body needs to complement your daily healthy food intake.
Cleanse your gut with Apple Cider Vinegar
Having one cap full of apple cider vinegar in water every morning have shown benefits for an overall healthier gut and joints. Apple cider unrefined with mother heart are 2 criteria when choosing a good apple cider vinegar. We recommend this one:
The BEST books & videos we love and recommend
Gut Healing Protocol
Mounting scientific evidence is confirming what Hippocrates said some 2,400 years ago, that, “all disease begins in the gut.” Nurturing and maintaining a healthy intestinal microbiome has become a topic of great interest to both mainstream medicine and progressive health enthusiasts. In The Gut Healing Protocol, Australian health journalist Kale Brock delivers a comprehensive, holistic 8-week program to overcoming the common diet and lifestyle-related problems of inflammation and intestinal permeability through healthy diet and stress management endeavors.
The Art of Probiotic Nutrition
Hello soon-to-be-avid-fermenter! Hey, perhaps you’re a probiotic kitchen expert already! The Art of Probiotic Nutrition; Mastering Fermented Foods for Better Digestion, Weight Control, Immunity & Longevity is Kale Broke’s complete fermented food bible and includes chapters on Kombucha, Kefir & Cultured Vegetables. It is designed to give you the know-how & confidence to create all manner of fermented foods, no matter what is your level of fermented food experience. It is beautifully designed and photographed which gives readers absolute confidence in their fermented creations!
The gut movie
(…) In “The Gut Movie”, Brock puts his journalistic and directorial talents into creating a documentary that investigates the human microbiome. Brock’s ultimate goal is to discover whether the ‘optimal microbiome’ does indeed exist. So he travels from Australia to Namibia to live with The San, an ancient hunter-gatherer people, living traditionally from the land.For a base-line assessment, Brock engages the talents of Molecular Geneticist and co-founder of SmartDNA, Dr Margie Smith, who analyses a sample of Brock’s own “poo” before he leaves Australia. Dr Smith says” your poo can tell you a lot about your gut health”. (…)