In any human body there are around 30 trillion human cells, but our gut microbiome is an estimated 39 trillion microbial cells including bacteria, viruses and fungi that inhabit our gastrointestinal tract, and have a major influence on our metabolism, body weight, propensity to illness, immune system, appetite and mood. These microbes mostly live in … Continue reading Eat the rainbow for a Healthy Gut
Thai Red Chicken Curry at its best! Checkout this recipe with the star ingredient being the homemade red curry paste 🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶 🙌
Obsessed with this Dark Chocolate Mug Cake! I adapted this recipe based on my preference as I used spelt flour, less coconut oil, reduced sugar and substituted with coconut sugar. Make sure to use good quality cacao powder and cacao chips it makes all the difference.
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This refreshing salad 🥗 combines barley with fresh vegetables. Flavored with fresh mint, parsley, garlic, lemon and olive oil. Simply delicious 😋
According to a large scale international study, a diet rich in healthy and plant-based foods is linked with the presence and abundance of certain gut microbes that are also associated with a lower risk of developing conditions such as obesity, Type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. They hope to be able to use this information to help people avoid serious health problems by changing their diet to personalize their gut microbiome.
It’s fresh raw veggies 🥕🥬🍅🌿 wrapped in a spinach coconut wrap for today’s lunch! 😋