Unless you’ve been under a rock, you will know at least some information about gut health and why good gut health is so important. Perhaps you’ve been adding probiotic drinks to your shopping basket for a while now, or maybe you’ve been sampling a range of different yoghurts claiming to improve gut health.
We all know a diet rich in a variety of colours of fruits and vegetables is good for us. We’ve all had the 5-a-day message and the “eat the rainbow” message drilled into us. Still though, many people fail to include fruits and vegetables in their daily diet.
Back to School will certainly look – and feel – very different this year, but taking some small steps to help enhance your family’s immunity could make the preparations easier.
I’ve been listening to a lot of podcasts lately about the importance of good gut health. I also had a fascinating conversation with my sister-in-laws father, who is a pharmacist, about healthy guts and the knock on effect of a gut that’s a bit out of sorts.