Gut Restoration Program Can Improve Digestion And Cognition
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Human bodies carry millions of bacteria, fungi, and viruses which together create a microbiome, especially in the guts or intestines. Keeping your gut microbiome thriving and healthy is very important for key body functions and overall health. there are situations where the gut microbiome can be jeopardized which can have immense adverse effects on your health.

A study done in 2018 revealed that this disruption in the gut microbiota is called dysbiosis and is linked with is linked to intestinal illnesses like irritable bowel syndrome, celiac disease, and inflammatory bowel disease. While 2019 study shows that gut microbiota dysbiosis is now also linked to colorectal cancer, diabetes and even neurological disorders.

Diet is one of the key methods through which your gut microbiome can be regulated, so it makes sense that there are diets devised by nutritionists over the years that can tackle dysbiosis effectively, says Akanksha Mishra, a Nutrition and Wellness Expert.

Dr Raphel Kellman released his book called The Microbiome Diet in 2014, which devised a diet. The diet is a three-phased program that claims to help you lose weight while also restoring your gut microbiome. His microbiome diet is also based on the removal of toxic foods, the inclusion of gut-friendly foods.

She also suggests the tips that one can use to get started on their journey to a perfectly happy and healthy gut microbiome:

• Prebiotic and Probiotic foods - curd, yogurt, buttermilk, kefir, and kimchi.
• Different types of millets - pearl millet, finger millet, sorghum, steel-cut oats.
• Seasonal fruits and vegetables.
• Two to four liters of water daily - buttermilk, detox water, juice, lemonade, herbal tea or green tea.
• Home-cooked breakfast instead of ready-to-eat cereal.
• Fermented foods - idli, dosa, dhokla, kadhi, fermented rice.

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Also three nuts like Walnuts and Almonds but not ground nuts. Avoid refined carbs, take brown rice, multigrain bread, legumes like peas and beans and dals .No alcohol. Some doubts about milk.
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Sorry, not three but tree nuts.
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