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Prebiotics, soluble fiber, and resistant starch

Prebiotics, soluble fiber, and resistant starch

Prebiotics provide fuel for the good bacteria in your gut, and in turn can improve your gut health. Therefore, it’s important to include prebiotics in your daily gut health routine. There are several types of prebiotics you can consume that include resistant starch and soluble fibers. Let’s learn a little more about these prebiotics and how you can add them to your daily routine. What are prebiotics? Prebiotics are certain foods or dietary compounds that help feed probiotics, or “good” bacteria. The prebiotics help the probiotics flourish in the gut, in turn helping to restore balance in the gut and...

May 07, 2019 0 comments

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How to get fiber on the low FODMAP diet and AIP

How to get fiber on the low FODMAP diet and AIP

The low fodmap and AIP diet, or autoimmune protocol, are well-known for their gut-friendly properties. However, in order to maximize such digestive benefits, it’s important to make sure that you consume plenty of fiber each day. These diets may seem to restrict a lot of foods, including some produce. However, that doesn’t mean that they are lacking in fiber-rich foods. Let’s look at how you can consume plenty of fiber on the low FODMAP AIP eating plan. About fiber There are two main types of fiber: soluble fiber and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber turns to a gel-like substance during digestion...

Feb 28, 2019 0 comments

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