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Learning about how to optimise our health, particularly our gut health can feel overwhelming at times. Thanks to accredited Dietician @feelyourgut for sharing your perspective. Read below 👇

“There is so much health advice that focuses on ‘cut this out, avoid this, don’t eat that’ - but did you know this can actually do more harm than good for your gut health. 
Research has consistently shown that a ‘healthy gut’ is one that contains a diverse range of microbial species 🦠. Meaning that there isn’t dysbiosis (imbalance) within the gut with only a few species dominating.
One of the best ways to increase the different species of bacteria living in your gut is to eat a more varied diet, specifically plant-foods. This is because foods like fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains, legumes, herbs and spices contain dietary fibre, which fuels the beneficial bacteria within your gut by increasing the variety of plant food (fibre) in your diet, you will be nourishing the different types of microbes.
The current evidence supports aiming for 30 + different plant foods each week. Aim to choose as many whole and natural foods as possible, limiting how often you have ultra-processed and pre-made/packaged foods. Add flavour to your food by experimenting with herbs and spices - these contain beneficial compounds for your gut bacteria (they count towards your 30) 🌶Incorporate pulses (beans and legumes) into your meals – this will provide all-important fibre and prebiotics (food) for your gut bacteria.
If you start to increase your intake of fibre, it’s important to start slowly, as you may experience changes in your bowel habits/minor bloating as your body and microbes adjust to the increased fibre intake - and don’t forget to drink lots of water 💧to help keep you regular 💁‍♀️

My favourite place to shop for beans, grains and herb/spices is my local @scoopwholefoods. They have endless variety (hello gut health) & the best chocolate covered freeze dried strawberries you’ve ever tasted 🍓🤤”

Visit @feelyourgut for more gut health info and always consult your health professional before changing your diet if you suffer from IBS or IBD.
These easy 20-minute chill oil noodles have all the wow-factor without the hours spent in the kitchen. From the sizzle of the oil to the punchy flavour it’s sure to get the tastebuds going. You can level up or level down the chilli depending on how hot you like your spice.

1 spring onion (just use the green part for this recipe)
1 clove garlic minced or 1 tsp minced garlic
1 tbsp sesame seeds
1/2-1tsp chilli paste
optional add: chilli flakes or schezuan pepper
1/4 cup rice bran oil or neutral tasting oil
1/4 cup soy sauce or tamari
1 tsp rice vinegar
1 tsp agave syrup (optional)
2 tsp toasted sesame oil
1 bunch udon noodles

Cook your udon noodles and blanch in cold water to set aside. Finely chop the green stalk of your spring onion and add to a bowl together with garlic, sesame seeds, chill paste and/or chilli flakes. Heat the rice bran oil until smoking and pour over your spring onion mix. Stir together to coat all the ingredients. Then add soy sauce, rice vinegar, agave syrup, sesame oil and mix together. Add in your noodles and stir to coat. Top with a boiled soy sauce egg and enjoy!
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