8 Simple Ways To Improve Gut Health

If we asked you what the most important system in the body is, what would you say? The nervous system? The cardiovascular system? Those are definitely up there, but there is one more system that is arguably the most important, the digestive system. 

After all, the digestive system is connected to many other parts of the body including the brain and the skin. Because of these connections, the gut can impact pretty much every other system in the body. Furthermore, the gut’s primary function of digestion and nutrient absorption ensures that every system is well nourished and fueled to work optimally, that is when provided the right nourishment. 

With so many important functions, it goes without saying that taking good care of your gut is one of the best ways to take care of yourself. Luckily, taking care of your gut is easier than it sounds. In fact, you can start today with these 8 simple ways to improve your gut health. 

  1. Stay Hydrated
    Your gut needs water just as much as any other part of your body. In addition to softening the food you eat in preparation for digestion, water also hydrates the cells in the digestive tract both directly and indirectly. This ensures optimal function whether the cells are secretory cells, lining cells, or the muscles that move things along the digestive tract. 
  2. Practice a Whole Foods Diet 
    Cutting back on processed foods and including more whole foods in your diet can do wonders for your gut. Make sure you are eating plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. In addition, fermented foods and even some spices are wonderful for supporting the good bacteria in your gut. 
  3. Get Plenty of Sleep 
    You need plenty of rest for all of your systems to function optimally. Your digestive system is no exception. In fact, one theory proposes that sleep, or even just taking things slow, creates conditions in the body that allow the gut microbiome to thrive. In turn, this will promote gut health as the good bacteria in the microbiome will help facilitate food absorption and excretion. 
  4. Try Enzyme Supplements
    Digestive enzymes help your body prepare to absorb nutrients by breaking down carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. There are many foods that contain digestive enzymes, such as pineapple, ginger, and kefir. However, taking an enzyme supplement will also help, especially after a heavy meal, as it will help speed up the digestion process and minimize discomfort.  
  5. Exercise Regularly 
    We all know that exercising regularly is good for our cardiovascular system, but it is less known that regular exercise is also good for your gut. In fact, sticking to a consistent exercise routine can change the composition of your gut microbiome resulting in an overall healthier gut. 
  6. Pay Attention to Dental Hygiene 
    When you think of gut health, you probably don’t think about dental hygiene. However, it makes sense that the two are connected. After all, everything we put in our mouth ends up in our gut, including bacteria that can cause dysbiosis. Therefore, maintaining good dental hygiene practices can help keep harmful bacteria out of your gut so the good bacteria can continue to thrive. 
  7. Get Your Probiotics
    A daily probiotic seeds the gut with beneficial bacteria that supports a strong gut microbiome and therefore a healthy gut. Many fermented foods, including kimchi, kombucha, and yogurt, contain probiotics and are great additions to your diet. However, to ensure your gut is getting the beneficial bacteria it requires it’s best to turn to a daily probiotic supplement.
  8. Boost Nutrient Intake
    Have you ever heard of organic Wild Microalgae®? It’s a rare type of blue-green algae. In fact, its the only edible freshwater microalgae that grows abundantly in the wild, and it is a near-perfect superfood. After all, it contains all 20 standard amino acids, 13 different vitamins, over 63 trace minerals, essential fatty acids, phenylethylamine (link to https://blog.newearth.com/a-natural-stimulant-for-your-brain-pea/) (PEA), phycocyanin, and chlorophyll. With a nutrient profile that rich, your gut and body will thank you when you add it to your daily routine.

Meet Essentials: Your Daily Gut Support Pack 

Here at New Earth, we know how important gut health is and we want to make it as easy as possible. That is why we created Essentials. This daily pack is designed to support your gut microbiome with the powerful combination of probiotics, enzymes, and organic Wild Microalgae. What’s more, it comes in one, convenient daily pack making it an easy addition to your daily routine.

And the best part is you can put it to the test completely risk-free with our 90-day money-back empty box guarantee. Simply give Essentials a try for 30-days. If you don’t notice a difference, we’ll give you your money back. It truly is that easy.

At New Earth we are on a mission to positively impact the health of every body and soul we come in contact with. We specialize in producing third-party certified, organic whole food supplements including a variety of probiotics, and digestive support. Our supplements feature a rare, yet highly, nutritious superfood, Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (AFA). Also known as organic Wild Microalgae®, AFA is a unique type of blue-green algae that is available in many forms including algae tablets, algae pills, and algae powders all designed to help you on your journey to holistic wellness. The best part? We offer a 90-day money-back risk-free guarantee on all of our products. Visit our website to learn more.