GUT HEALTH CENTER
What should I take?
WHAT SHOULD I TAKE FOR GUT HEALTH?
Get the answers you need
It can be hard to figure out what you should take to get your gut garden onto a better path. It's time to get easy answers to your burning questions.
WHAT SHOULD I TAKE?
Sometimes you just want to know what supplement to take.
This page will make it easy to get our favorite recommendations for gut health products.
If you have a health issue always remember to speak with your doctor before taking any supplements.
Cacao is rich in fiber and polyphenols that feed your good bacteria.
The benefits don't stop there, it also helps to support heart health and is rich in magnesium.
Cacao also helps to calm the mind and relax the body.
Unlike prebiotics, such as inulin and fos, cacao does not cause gas and bloating.
If your digestion feels a bit sluggish, digestive bitters are a great way to help move things along.
Do not use digestive bitters if you have acid reflux or take acid reflux medication.
Aloe is the swiss army knife of gut health supplements.
Getting one that is properly processed and free of adulteration and harmful preservatives is not easy to do.
Our farm-to-bottle aloe is a great way to soothe and support your gut.
Check out our blog, All About Aloe, to learn more.
GUT AND DIGESTION
Think of this as a whole food multivitamin for your gut.
These foods help to nourish and support your gut, supply it with valuable nutrients in their most absorbable and bioavailable forms.
Gut and Digestion is the perfect way to feed your gut.
WHAT IF I JUST WANT TO TAKE ONE THING?
If you were to say, I just want to take one thing for my gut health, what should I take?
We would say Immunity Fuel Blackcurrant.
This incredible synbiotic (prebiotic, probiotic, postbiotic) also features a high dose of black currant powder.
This potent antioxidant-rich fruit is more important than ever in today's world, to help protect our bodies from the onslaught of oxidative stress they are subjected to every day.
Your gut plays an essential role in keeping your whole body healthy. Don't wait any longer to take your first steps on the way to a healthier gut garden.