You need to pay special attention to your gut instincts, because a healthy gut = healthy and happier you!
Did you know that your gastrointestinal tract needs to be kept healthy to keep your whole body in balance?
Great health really does begin in the gut – so what we eat plays a key part in either improving or harming our gut microbes (bacteria that’s good or bad, and lives in our intestines).
The food we eat travels to our GI tract, where it’s then broken down to enable the nutrients in our food to be absorbed by releasing hormones that trigger the proper digestive enzymes to be released.
Our GI tract supports everything from skin health and hormone balance to the elimination of waste and toxins.
So how we can help our gut do its job? Just follow a few simple steps to happy gut health!
Avoid Processed Foods and Choose a Diet That’s High in Fiber Instead
We hear so much about why we shouldn’t eat too many processed foods, but what exactly is so bad about them?
In terms of gut health, steering clear of processed foods is key, as quite often, these foods contain ingredients that your gastrointestinal tract doesn’t even recognize as food!
When consumed, artificial foods can be identified as bad microbes or “unwelcome invaders” that trigger inflammation as your body tries to fight something that it sees as being bad news.
The result? An inflamed GI tract and a stressed-out gut. These “unwelcome invaders” need to be defeated!
By eating foods that are high in fiber instead of processed foods – you’ll help improve the diversity and quality of your gut bacteria. High fiber foods can help the good bacteria beat out the bad bacteria.
Some delicious foods that are high in fiber are avocados, broccoli, raspberries, peas, oatmeal, lentils, and whole wheat pasta.
Follow this Boot Camp Fiber Chart below to help you get your recommended daily fiber intake!
Sleep deprivation can lead to your GI tract functioning at a depressed level. Your gut needs rest too!
In simple terms – getting enough sleep lowers cortisol levels and lets your gut take a breather.
Get Some Probiotics In!
Probiotics are sources of ‘good’ bacteria, essential for keeping your gut in great shape. They’re also easy to work into your regular diet!
You can buy probiotics supplements over the counter, or you can get them from foods such as yogurt, sourdough bread, and sauerkraut.
Drink Hydrogen-Rich, Antioxidant Alkaline Water from Water Ionizers
Alkaline water is FANTASTIC for keeping your gastrointestinal tract happy…especially when it’s rich in molecular hydrogen and antioxidants that you can get from Tyent water ionizers!
The effect of hydrogen water on your gut is fascinating. The high alkalinity of the ionized water helps the growth of healthy microbes that are responsible for maintaining the right level of acidity in your stomach.
See – these healthy microbes prefer to live in an antioxidant environment.
The most beneficial way to give your healthy microbes what they want is with hydrogen-rich, antioxidant alkaline water made from our award-winning water ionizers.
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Learning how we can help our bodies to work better and be healthier is fun and keeps us in good shape.
By implementing the simple steps above – you will be on your way to helping your gut instincts be happy and healthy in no time!
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Water is the driving force in nature…and Tyent water ionizers can drive you towards a life full of health and longevity!
4 thoughts on “How Water Ionizers Can Help Your Gut Instincts!”
Practical tips you got here. I’ve been feeling nauseous lately probably because of all the sugar I’ve been having. So it’s good to keep these in mind.
Hi, Rowan. We’re glad to help! 🙂 For your nausea, I would recommend contacting your general health practitioner for a full assessment, especially if it persists. If they recommend alkaline or hydrogen water, please give one of our water ionizer experts a call at 855-893-6887.
Hi sorry if it’s tmi but I have a really hard time pooping. Any tips? Even prune juice doesn’t work.
Hi, Frances. We’re sorry to hear that. It’s highly likely that you’re dehydrated, which can lead to constipation. We suggest that you increase your water intake and eat the right kinds of foods, like veggies and fruits, to help ease your bowel movements. You can read this article to know how to prevent constipation and this article for more information on the meaning of your waste!
If it continues to be a chronic issue, then be sure to see your general health practioner.