What to Eat to Improve Your Gut Health

AARP: 7 unexpected ways a well-nourished GI track can make you stronger, fitter and happier.




Think about the last delicious thing you ate. Chances are, no matter how enjoyable the meal, once it found its way over the teeth and past the gums, you pretty much forgot about it. Once it's in your belly, it's out of sight, out of mind. But what happens to that meal in the next 24 to 72 hours or so will have an enormous impact on your health....


Subtle changes in gut health can have a powerful effect on how you look and feel, says Megan Rossi, a research fellow at King's College London and author of Love Your Gut. "Research has linked dysbiosis, an imbalance of gut bacteria, to more than 70 chronic diseases.” READ MORE


(Source: AARP, 12/14/2020)