Having a healthy GI tract may play a significant role in mood regulation, says GH Nutrition Director Jaclyn London, M.S., R.D. That’s thanks to probiotics, beneficial bacteria found in your gut that can help improve digestion and the absorption of nutrients.
So how do you get better, stronger probiotics? By eating foods high in prebiotic fiber, which helps these “friendly” bacteria thrive. Add more asparagus, artichokes, cabbage, apples, oats, pulses, nuts and seeds to lend a hand in getting your gut to stay “friendlier.”
Source: Good Housekeeping magazine November 2018
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