How to clean your gut - 
Part 6.

By Monica van de Weerd

How to clean your gut - 
Part 6.

Keeping Your Gut Clean - little, regular cleaning means less BIG cleans

Welcome to Part 6 of the Supercharge Your Gut, ‘Clean your gut’ 6-part series of blogs and social posts.

Just a reminder that maintaining a clean gut is essential for good health and overall well-being. The gut is responsible for digesting food, absorbing nutrients, and eliminating waste. When the gut is not functioning properly, it can lead to a host of health problems, including digestive issues, weight gain, and even chronic diseases.

One of the best ways to keep your gut clean is to practice little, regular cleaning. This means incorporating healthy habits into your daily routine that promote gut health. Here are some tips:

Drink Plenty of Water

Drinking water is essential for keeping the gut clean. It helps to flush out toxins and waste, and keeps the digestive system running smoothly. Aim to drink at least 8-10 glasses of water a day.

Eat a High-Fiber Diet

Fibre is essential for maintaining good gut health. It helps to promote regular bowel movements and keeps the digestive system functioning properly. Aim to eat a variety of high-fibre foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes.

Gut Cleaning Supplements

Love Your Gut diatomaceous earth cleans your gut. It’s its primary job to gently, gently and over time clean your gut of accumulated waste and the daily build-up we all experience.

Fulvic Humic concentrate deep cleans the gut, especially those hard to get at places. Our

Love Your Gut Fulvic Humic concentrate drops are a mineral liquid food that works in the tight junctures, nooks and crannies of your gut - deep cleaning and chelating (removing heavy metals).

Drop Fulvic Humic drops into your everyday water or water bottle

Avoid Processed Foods

Processed foods are often high in sugar, unhealthy fats, and preservatives, which can wreak havoc on the gut. Try to avoid processed foods as much as possible and opt for whole, natural foods instead.

Exercise Regularly

Exercise is essential for good gut health. It helps to promote regular bowel movements and improve the overall function of the digestive system. Aim to get at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day.

Manage Stress

Stress can have a negative impact on the gut. It can lead to digestive issues and even contribute to the development of chronic diseases. Try to manage your stress levels through activities like meditation, yoga, or deep breathing.

By incorporating these healthy habits into your daily routine, you can keep your gut clean and functioning properly. Little, regular cleaning means less big cleans required, and your gut will thank you for it.


The Supercharge Your Gut Team

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