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Gut Health Wellness Box

$49.95

One of the biggest defenses in maintaining a healthy gut is to ensure there are plenty of healthy bacteria in your diet to protect the lining of your gut (intestine). Produce in this wellness box focuses on replenishing vitamins and nutrients that may be lost with long term abdominal and gastrointestinal conditions. Vitamin A and C, B6, calcium, folate and iron/zinc are the focus of this produce box.

  • Feeds up to 2 people 
  • Dietician approved 
  • Box is not customizable
  • Always consult your doctor if you have concerns or a medical need

If you have been diagnosed with some form of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) then produce in this Wellness box focuses on replenishing vitamins and nutrients that may be lost with long term abdominal and gastrointestinal conditions. A diet rich in prebiotics and probiotics helps to prevent discomfort and diseases of the stomach and intestine.* 

*None of the statements are intended to be medical advice. Always consult your doctor if you have concerns or a medical need.

IBS is a broad term used to describe a number of gastroenteral conditions that can include a range of symptoms for bloating to inflammation damage. The use of prebiotics and probiotics are consistently attributed to better gastrointestinal outcomes. Probiotics are live microorganisms (specific types of bacteria and yeast) that provide health benefits when you consume them in the right amounts and Prebiotics are naturally occurring, non-digestible food components that are linked to promoting the growth of helpful bacteria in your gut.


While research is ongoing, both prebiotics and probiotics are good bacteria promoters which may help improve gastrointestinal health as well as potentially enhance calcium absorption. Helping patients focus on replenishing vitamins and nutrients that may be lost with long term abdominal and gastrointestinal conditions should be the main nutrition focus. A diet rich in Vitamin A, B6, calcium, folate, antioxidants and iron/zinc are necessary for optimal health.*


*None of the statements are intended to be medical advice. Always consult your doctor if you have concerns or a medical need.

Eat more of these fruits and vegetables:
Vegetables: Onions, Garlic, Leeks, Asparagus, Artichokes, Cabbage, Sweet pepper, Tomatoes, Beet Greens, Collard Greens, Mangoes, Carrots, Spinach, Sweet Potatoes
Fruits: Bananas, Lemons, Apples, Oranges, Cantaloupe, Kiwi, Blueberries, Mangos  

Tip:
Because gut health can differ greatly amongst people, utilizing food to offset complications can be challenging to determine. Each individual may be able to tolerate or not tolerate certain recommended foods, so it is important that when you are dealing with digestive issues, that you learn to trust your symptoms.
Tangy Onion Marmalade
1 tablespoons olive oil
1/2 tablespoon butter
1 large red onion
2 Tablespoons white or brown sugar
½ cup dry red wine
2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste
Fresh chopped herbs (parsley, thyme, green onions)
Preparation:
Thinly slice onions. Heat olive oil and butter in a medium skillet over medium heat. Add onions and sugar; stir until onions starts to lightly brown; this should take about 15 minutes. Stir in red wine and balsamic vinegar and bring to a slight boil. Reduce heat to medium/low and simmer until liquid has evaporated; about 15 more minutes, season with salt and pepper and remove from heat. Stir in fresh herbs.
What To Do:
Use marmalade to top grilled steak or chicken, or keep it simple and enjoy on a fresh piece of toasted bread. 4 servings


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