Your gut can be healed by healthier eating. While the occasional upset stomach is inevitable, there are some solutions to address the effects of gastrointestinal malfunction and making your health more manageable.
Tart Cherry has been proven to have a host of benefits for your body. It’s ability to help you sleep better, maintain higher energy levels, and remove cellular waste are all excellent reasons to supplement your diet with tart cherry juice. Additionally, numerous studies have found a strong correlation to tart cherry intake and a reduction in inflammation. So much of what can go wrong in our guts is the result of inflamed intestines and GI organs, and reducing inflammation in essential to maintaining a healthy gut.
Ginger has been used across the globe to aid digestion and treat stomach upset, diarrhea, and nausea. Good news for everyone who enjoys the occasional ginger ale! The anticancer properties of ginger are attributed to “the presence of certain pungent vallinoids (gingerol and paradol), as well as some other constituents like shogaols, zingerone etc. A number of mechanisms that may be involved in the chemopreventive effects of ginger and its components have been reported from the laboratory studies in a wide range of experimental models.” In short, this means that ginger is another potent food to add to your diet, if struggling with indigestion or nausea.
Turmeric is a spice in the Zingiberaceae family with multifunctional medicinal properties. This useful herbal medicinal plant owes most of its usefulness to curcumin. Significant research has been done on the medicinal properties of curcumin, with recent studies showing its affect on fighting inflammation.
Because of the important role your gastrointestinal tract can play in your well-being, it's important to look at all organic measures for helping it stay healthy and if uncertain about its affects, contact your doctor about using organic ingredients to help alleviate discomfort in your gut.