Top Foods to Improve Gut Health and Stomach Acid Levels Naturally

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Top foods to help heal gut health

1. Fruits and vegetables
The fiber from fruits and vegetables helps keep the digestive tract in check as opposed to fiber obtained from non-plant sources, which can worsen overall health . Plus, eating them is good for you anyway; time and time again the
benefits of eating fresh fruits and vegetables are reported, often helping people heal from illnesses, boost weight loss, increase energy and just feel better overall.

2. Coconut oil
Its antifungal and antimicrobial properties make coconut oil a great way to get rid of the harmful bacteria in the gut, allowing only the good kind to flourish.

3. Fermented foods
Sauerkraut, water or milk kefir and miso are some fermented foods that contain beneficial bacteria that help to
maintain a healthy gut.

4. Garlic
Long touted as a healing food across the board, garlic works to improve gut health by helping probiotics thrive. It’s considered a prebiotic, which means that it provides nutrients for probiotics to feed on. In turn, the natural flora of the digestive system stays in harmony, making it difficult
for bad bacteria to wreak havoc.


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