We all want to live the longest, healthiest life we can and one of the easiest ways to achieve this is to eat more of the foods that keep the microbes in your gut – the ‘microbiome’ – happy. What you eat can reinforce and support the armies of ‘good’ bacteria and starve out the ‘bad’ ones, creating a healthy mix of microbes in your digestive tract. Emerging science suggests that a healthy gut plays a key role in anti-ageing.
In this special collection you will find delicious, gut-friendly recipes for all the family, developed to include foods that will help your gut thrive. Visit my website, cleverguts.com, to find out more. And enjoy the recipes!
Wake up to the benefits of gut-healing oats plus probiotic kefir and yogurt
Healthy wholegrains, enzyme-rich salads and a soothing, nourishing soup
Boost good bacteria with fermented foods such as kimchi and homemade sauerkraut
Your microbiome loves the polyphenols in dark chocolate and fibre-packed fruit
MORE NEW GUT-FRIENDLY RECIPES Go to mailonline.com for another big helping of tempting recipes plus advice and tips on what to eat to support your microbiome. And don’t miss the superb anti-ageing pullout in tomorrow’s Daily Mail.
Recipes: Amy Stephenson with Dr Clare Bailey. Styling: Amy Stephenson. Nutritionist: Angela Dowden.