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Almonds, walnuts and pecans are all good sources of fiber, which helps gut bacteria break down foods while providing important nutrients your body needs for digestion and overall health, Moore explains. For good gut health, experts suggest eating more foods that contain fiber, probiotics, prebiotics, or a combination of the three. Fiber, found in plant foods, helps to regulate the speed at which.

Blueberries, apple cider vinegar, sauerkraut, coconut oil, wild Solomon, chocolate, garlic, and onion are some other food and spices that are good for gut health (8). Steamed vegetables are generally good for the gut as they are easily digestible and also contain good amount of fiber with a number of nutrients. Best Foods for Gut Health 1. Cruciferous Vegetables. Vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower contain sulfur and antioxidants which work on 2. Fermented Foods. Items such as yogurt, kimchi, and kombucha contain live micro-organisms called probiotics which help 3. Unripe Bananas.

Green bananas. So what’s the key to help ensure you have a healthy gut? Focus on a diet rich in probiotic and fermented foods that promote the proliferation of good bacteria. Bonus!

All the foods that promote a healthy gut are also waist-friendly. And to discover even more stomach-slimming tips, check out these 55 Best Ways to Boost Your Metabolism! Here’s to.

A 2014 study published in the journal The Proceedings of the Nutrition Societ y found that vegetables, grains, and beans fed a positive gut environment. But meat, junk food, dairy, and eggs fed a negative gut environment. Probiotics and Prebiotics. Here are some of the most potent probiotic foods: Fermented vegetables (kimchi, sauerkraut, carrots, green beans, beets, lacto-fermented pickles, traditional cured Greek olives) Fermented soybeans. The food we choose to eat influences our gut bacteria, which influences our gut health.

Read on to learn more about why the microbiome is so important to our health, how what you eat can keep your microbiome healthy, and discover some of the best foods for gut health. Regularly exercising contributes to good heart health and weight loss or weight maintenance. Research has also suggested that it may also improve gut health, which may, in turn, help control obesity. Prebiotic foods (whole grains, bananas, greens, onions, garlic, soybeans, and artichokes) act as food for healthy gut bacteria.

Probiotic foods like yogurt are full of good bacteria already.

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Eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables; choose whole-grain, high-fiber foods; eat oily fish at least twice a week; limit saturated fat, cholesterol, and sugar; avoid trans-fatty acids.

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Consuming a varied and balanced diet, with emphasis on adequate intake of fruits and vegetables, lean protein, including fish high in omega-3 fatty acids, unsaturated fats such as nuts, non-/low-fat dairy, and whole grains can help prevent nutrient shortfalls, and lower risk for chronic disease [50].

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Reduce consumption of foods which may inflame the stomach: meats, fried or oily food, nuts, seeds, and very salty or warming flavors (garlic and other members of the onion family, and cinnamon, ginger, cumin, fennel, caraway, hot peppers, etc.).

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At the bottom of the list are sugary foods that can destroy the function of your gut.

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Primary sources of omega-6 fatty acids include most processed foods (cereals, breads, white rice), eggs, baked goods, oils with large amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids, and meats (especially organ meats, such as liver).

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For example, each diet is likely to have different protein or CHO sources and varying levels and types of fat (e.g., some add omega-3 fatty acids), and some are formulated with ingredients designed to enhance GI health, such as the prebiotic fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS).

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Eat foods with fiber, healthy fats (monounsaturated omega-3 with DHA and some polyunsaturated fats, such as olive oil), 100 percent whole-grain carbohydrates, fish and nut protein, fruits, and vegetables.

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By turning away from meat and dairy products while increasing the proportion of fruits, vegetables, legumes, grains, breads, cereals, and pastas, heart disease patients replace high-fat, high-cholesterol foods with high-fiber, powerhouse-type foods.

“For Women Only!: Your Guide to Health Empowerment” by Gary Null, Barbara Seaman
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Seven Stories Press, 2001

Eat a variety of nutritious foods from all the food groups, and focus on the following: • A variety of fruits and vegetables • Fiber-rich whole grains • Low-fat dairy products • Skinless poultry and fish, prepared in healthy ways • Nuts and legumes • Olive oil and non-tropical vegetable oils 4.

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Fruit and vegetable, whole-grain, and fatty fish recommendations will decrease CVD risk by providing a mineral-rich, fiber-rich diet high in long chain n-3 fatty acids, all of which have been shown to be cardioprotective.

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  • I’m so confused with coconut Oil. So information online say that you should not use it for heating and frying food? That in fact it’s not healthy… I don’t know anymore

  • 1. Bone broth/collagen 2. Fermented foods/probiotics 3. Coconut (oil, meat, milk) 4. Herbs and Spices/ginger is #1, peppermint, cardamom, fennel, licorice root 5. Wild caught fish, grass fed berth, free range chicken breast 6. Best Fruits: blueberries high in fiber and antioxidants, also had resveratrol 7. Specific cooked veggies: cooked is better than raw for your gut! Pumpkin is super amazing, asparagus, cauliflower, broccoli)

    Bone broth veggie, meat soup that’s been cooked for a long long time!

    Stay away from grains, sugar, hydrogenated oils, ect… stick to the foods you should eat instead.

  • I am 46, havebeen drinking 200 g coffe pr.week since 12. I stopped in April, I gained weight a lot. So I started int.med fasting. Now I have the seriouse digestion problem. Hard stomach,cant shit. I eat fiber and drink a lot of wTER 4-5 L. What to do?

  • Good grief! Is there ANYTHING us poor humans can eat, safely, these days? I believe in the old saying…
    everything in moderation! Life’s busy and stressful enough without being told what we can and cannot eat! ������

  • Hey bro hope you will be fine I am suffering from diarrhea from around 2 years on and off I stop using sugar the only sugar I use is fruits and honey and also stop using wheat what else I do to recover my self as I have a ulcer in ileum terminal kindly help

  • Dr. Axe I have high blood pressure that I am on medication for. Do you think it’s ok to take a DGL licorice root supplement before eating a meal?

  • What food do you eat the most of from the list? Try cutting one group out per week, month or even day and see how you start feeling! I bet you’ll be amazed and I can’t wait to hear about it! Follow up in the comments and let me know how you’re feeling!

  • no eggs, no sugar, no soy, no corn, no fruit, no grains, no carbs, but my mom and dad lived to their 90’s eating these foods literally EVERY SINGLE DAY and non-Whole GRAINS 20-25 times a week in the form of cereal, white bread and pasta. My mom mom baked White Bread twice a week and we had bread at almost every meal and we were all thin and healthy.

  • im not sure about advice about staying away from dairy and wheat, they contain essential nutrients for your health, be careful if you do this to get the calcium and b vitamins etc you need daily

  • Thank you again for another great video that’s insightful, actionable and helpful.. It’s great to have someone like you giving great advice and not some other YouTubers that just have a taster video/sales promo then you got to pay a lot for.
    Thank you again

  • Great video. Given that your gut microbiome impacts everything (as we explore in-depth in our gut health guide), regardless of whether your illness has any gut-related symptoms. from your immune system to your skin to your brain function to your digestion, and even your mood and mental health, it’s so important to eat foods that are beneficial for it. ��

  • Prior to taking Collagen, I had diarrhea once a week. I watched Doctor Axe talk about collagen. I have been on it for one year. A few months after taking Collagen, I stopped having diarrhea. Thank you, Josh!

  • Will this help for chin acne?
    I thot its becoz of leaky guts.
    I also experimented with quitting dairy,i realised i get acne wenever i consume dairy.
    Still dnt hv any solution.
    Are these interrelated with hormonal imbalance.?
    I tried probiotics supplements as well,it made my skin glow but chin acne still there,it never goes except wen not taking dairy.

  • I was recently diagnosed with colitis after having an upper ct scan and now I’m going to see a gastrologist to find out what type etc. I have been taking the collagen peptides and recently started taking bone broth protein. I was wondering if the collagen peptides could be contributing to a form of colitis called Collagenous colitis? I’m having an upper right and left abdomen pain and diarrhea. Having to take a prescription of linzess just to have a bowel movement..Over the years I have taken probiotics, etc and now I am considering a Sibo breath test. Any contributing advice would be more than welcome

  • FOS: Asparagus, garlic, onions, beets, bananas, tomatoes, wheat, barley and rye
    GOS: Legumes like chickpeas and lentils
    Others: Berries and turmeric

    You’re welcome

  • Thank u Doc. I didn’t write fast enough what was the foods to avoid, raw food, dairy? Not sure on the rest for my list, thank u I am trying to avoid the acid reflux problems esp. or if anyone knows the rest, would be helpful, thank u?

  • Thank you very much im sure my gut is the cause of my lichen planus… i have done my intolerance test nd it came with long list cabbage pumkin, turmeric, oat, onion, chicken, lactose, lactic acid,and more things…

  • Bone brothprobiotic rich food-coconut products-herbs and spices-wild organic meat products-right types of fruit like pears and blueberries

  • Thank you so much for this video, Dr. Axe. I have Barrett’s esophagus and after 18 months it hasn’t improved with conventional medicine. I am trying a different approach with limited diet and natural products like DGL licorice, coconut oil and manuka honey. I learned a tremendous amount from this video! Thanks again.

  • I also began taking pre biotics clears candida. Comes in a powder ziploc bag you only need to stick your finger and there and lick your finger and that’s enough for the day And your bone broth and collagen contains

  • I take the beef bone broth because it has minerals Unless you have cancer I have read that you cannot take this one but it definitely starts working in 2 weeks. your collagen peptides 1 through 10 works in 2 weeks

  • My digestive system became better when I incorporate some of the method you teach. Everyday I will always have a Probiotic with Prebiotic drink. Doctor Axe, I always wonder why do you have a butterfly rash on your face? I was diagnosed with SLE this year and I slightly developed that rash on my face. I didn’t know what was it at that time, so what I do is I slab some virgin coconut oil in my face every day and night including in my hairline because I developed some sort of psoriasis also. But now it’s all gone thankfully.

  • Hi Dr. Ash. I’ve watched you and Jordan for a long time. About 3 or so years ago I was having terrible gut problems, even had to go to the ER. So instead of going on meds that the doc wanted to put me on, I started researching. That was about 3 years ago now and I found Paleo. It helped me so much and actually healed my stomach. And so much of that way of eating is very close to what you’ve just outlined in this video. So…….. getting to the point, we’ve moved into KETO, and my question is do you not agree with the KETO plan? I know you both are so into nutrition and that food can heal..So I am very curious how you feel about Keto.??? Thanks

  • I am literally eating almonds right now as I watch this ��. I love blueberries, salmon is definitely one of my favourites which sadly I haven’t had in awhile. And in the mornings my go to morning drink has a piece of ginger root, a slice of lemon and a cinnamon stick all steeped in hot water. I enjoy drinking this down and the taste of these 3 ingredients are incredible (to me).

    Great video ♥️

  • DUDE, PLEASE WAIT!!! I have gut problems/inflammation and I went to the best private nutritionist in my country and paid for advice/dietotherapy and he SUGGESTED eggs for breakfast almost every day. Plus, I search on Google and from what I see, eggs are considered anti-inflammatory everywhere.

    So, now you suggested removing eggs from the diet. So, should I believe you? Or this is a nicely recorded video with low-quality content? Now, who is right and who is wrong? Why is this food industry so contradictory and confusing?

  • People are only “dairy intolerant” for unnatural ( pasteurized? ) dairy products and are happy to discover that RAW milk products nurture them.

  • It should be pointed out the corn is also GMO.
    For the ladies… if you suffer with bad periods and PMS avoiding all of these foods mentioned will help ease symptoms.
    A good probiotic is very helpful too ��

  • Hi doctor could please make more videos about ��pork meat��? becase despite of althose scientific researchs people don’t believe it’s bad and stop eatting it immediately

  • I had several new FitLifeTV videos on my recommend page & they ALL look fantastic. You really put some work into this latest batch of videos.
    Most you tubers all copy each other & there’re dozens of the same videos on each topic. Drew I signed up for the vanilla protein mix on auto ship & I ordered several of the “reds” mix. My digestion has been fantastic since I started using these!

  • And there’s the truth. Eat what you want. Sugar in moderation. Everything in moderation. Go by what works for you and listen to your body.

  • SIGH. I understand gluten, lactose and even corn. Peanuts are a legume so that makes sense. Those have also had a bad rep for quite a while. But EGGS? I mean… I don’t know what to eat anymore. Recently this fitness dude on youtube claimed that human beings should not eat nightshades like bell peppers and even tomatoes. I’M RUNNING OUT OF OPTIONS HERE lol

  • it’s so conflicting, because on the one hand broccoli, black beans and kale are extremely good for your health, but i’ve noticed that a lot of the time they also cause a lot of bloating which is very uncomfortable and I’m like hey body just trynna give you the best food possible why don’t u like it:’) but it definitely loves salmon, avocados and blueberries!

  • i dont think that every human being on this planet can afford to buy avocados,if we did,the planet would suffer,besides i dont think that peanuts or eggs should be on this list.

  • Hi thanks for doing these videos now you said a pumpkin smoothie what else goes in that and please don’t tell me dairy or yogurt cow’s dairy makes me ill

  • I eliminated all the foods you talked about, I do eat eggs however, and I suffer no adverse effects. I got rid of sugar from my life a long time ago, I use honey instead these days for my tea. I eat very little animal meat, although I do eat chicken/turkey and fish. I have a yogurt for breakfast with my vitamins and green tea, not a huge breakfast just enough to make my gut happy and give me energy.

  • I can eliminate all of them except eggs…when I tried plant-based diet, I used to dream about eggs…fried eggs, scrambled eggs…��

  • Hi, can you elaborate on the Peanuts? When you said Omega 6 found in nuts? All nuts? I find that my body and digestioncan only handle eating peanuts/ Peanut butter if I eat any other nuts like Almonds, Pecans I don’t feel good. Super sad about this, as I LOVE peanuts everything on the list I don’t eat, but NOOO why Peanuts!!

  • I love your work!

    Dear Michael,

    I’m writing to you for two reasons…first reason: I’m a big fan! I’ve watched your videos, listened to your podcast interviews and read your work online. I especially admire how you are such an expert on nutrition and foods that optimize brain health.

    Secondly, I know how busy you are, and I’m hoping that you make a little bit of time for me. I am personal trainer working on becoming a Holistic Lifestyle Coach myself so that I can be an expert in nutrition, stress management, and overcoming pain. I absolutely love helping people improve their lifestyles so that they can live happier and more fulfilled lives. To grow my business and better serve the world I am launching my very first CONQUER PAIN TO GAIN Summit on February 3, 2019. I would love to interview you for this Summit on the topic of Overcoming Physical, Mental, & Emotional Pain To Gain Pleasure In Life & Relationships. I am certain you’d be a great fit for helping others conquer pain to gain.

    As you know, part of the purpose of these Summits is to grow our exposure. If you’ll give me 45 minutes for an interview [in your case on using (nutrition & any subject you choose) to overcome physical, mental, emotional pain] I will guarantee that every expert is also sharing the information to their list of over 5,000 or more inviting over 100,000 people to hear the series. Bedros Keuilian (Founder Fitbody Bootcamp franchise), Drew Canole (Founder of ORGANIFI & FitLife TV), and Jator Pierre (Kresser Institute Faculty & CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach) and Dave Asprey (Biohacker & Founder of Bulletproof Coffee) have agreed so you will be among other experts such as them as well.

    My show/summit is a list-building event for you, too, since you’re offering attendees a chance to opt-in to experts’ lists in exchange for a gift each expert (including you) offers. Plus, I’m putting each expert in front of all your attendees, and introducing them to 29 other experts with similar themes. I’m looking for experts who have lists of at least 5,000 people, and who will agree to send out an email (which I’ll write for them) as well as social media promotions, driving people to your opt-in page.

    My promotional window is between January 3 February 3.

    What do you think? Would you be willing to help a newcomer like me?

    I look forward to hearing from you,

    Yusuf Varzideh
    Conquer Pain To Gain

  • I have been using this diet. but, I don’t have a Gaul bladder any more and sometimes I’m not sure about some foods. could you do a video on that?

  • It’s funny, the ones you listed not to eat are all my allergies except corn and sugar which I dunno if it’s a blessing in disguise

  • This was very confusing. I don’t think I could really follow. You are looking directly into the camera with a giant puss on your face and I kept thinking how could you give advice on anything with that huge bush on your face. Other times, I thought this was an advertisement for pancakes or flapjacks. Shave the beaver.

  • FitLife TV: Thank you Andrew for all your advices and videos, it really has change my life and my family and friends. Gluten���� is the food that eat from the list, trying to get in discipline, to stop eating it once and for all. I am trying to follow plant base diet. Thank you.

  • #quah
    I don’t own an instagram account but I would appreciate it if you could answer my question in one of the episodes:
    I’m 22 years old female and I have very mild cartilage damage in my knees from overuse. My doctor said that even after pharmaceutical treatment I can’t return to training at the gym because I would make it worse.
    Is there anything I can do to repair it? I can’t imagine not lifting especially since I’m in such a young age.

  • Please be careful with peppermint tea. It’s very harsh on the gut. Earlier this year I used to consume peppermint tea 3 or 4 times a week and it felt like it was scraping the lining of your stomach. Worse yet during your period. I would refrain from Peppermint.

  • So basically eat raw veggies grown under water that have never been exposed to the poluted air the world is saturated with?……… No thanks Ill eat what I want and die sooner <3

  • DR OZ: Honey has health benefits but it also facilitates weight loss. With more nutrients and fat burning properties than sugar, Dr. Oz shows you why you should swap your usual sweetener for raw honey. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_s6Cqtc7To

  • I eat all of these except the bone broth, I want to because I know it’s so healthy, but it grosses me out so much:( Some of my favorite gut healthy foods are black beans blueberries, quinoa, kale, and sweet potatoes.

  • So true. America is known for just salt and pepper foods that’s why they are sickly. It’s time to consume more herbs which are prevention for illness

  • hi Dr. Axe… what does one do for constant diarrhea… for years my mom has suffered with this problem even while sleeping sometimes she suffers… I watched the video on the candida… other suggestions please… she doesn’t have a cell phone or internet lol she’s totally old school with technology… so I can’t send her the video’s… I just give her your info on the health info… tyvm for all your input on our health

  • Its sad this channel doesn’t have as many followers as Rhonda Patrick. So much more real science on here and not hype from extrapolating information from weak studies and making absolute absurd claims from that info. I dont think the average person realizes how rare of a find this channel is

  • Hi Doc/All, It think I may have damaged my gut through taking antibiotics for my teenage acne I had almost 10 years ago. Is there anything I can do to fix this. Does what you’ve said in this video apply to me?


  • Add Korean Kimchi too! Koreans enjoy a variety of Kimchies almost everyday. Learn from YouTube how to make Kimchi. Making Kimchi is a great way to take fibers for your healthy guts and diet.

  • I’m goin 4 that pizza and beer diet. Lost 10 pounds so far. 5 more lbs to go till i hit 10% body fat. Should take 3 weeks. Focusing on compound exercises while in a caloric deficit. Hoping for the best.

  • I found that fascinating that not all fibre is created equal, that is there is fibre that only good bacteria eat, prebiotics, and then fibre that both the good and bad bacteria eat and what we want to eat is fibre only good bacteria eat. So are you saying that fibre from fruit vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts and seeds is prebiotic, that is only good bacteria eat this fibre. Are you saying that bad bacteria don’t feed off fruits, vegetables, and legumes? So what fibre/foods is not considered prebiotic, in other words what foods contain fibre that the bad bacteria can eat and hence foods we should avoid? Love to know the answer to this question because these foods seem to be the ones I should avoid.

  • Who can help me!
    My wife a serous anxiety, panic attacked, stomach, bloating not digestive problems. You names more.

    She when too many times to ER. Got CT, x-rays blood works. All negatives.
    What cost her problems?
    Not financial issues, either!

    Can some doctors internet help, please!!!!

  • Currently suffering with bad allergies all year round everything I eat I get blotted or nauseous. Done different types of blood work everything is fine but I know my stomach is not right! I need heal my gut ASAP!

  • You have no Idea how much you helped me improving my health! My gut Problems almost dissapeared since watching your Videos. Thank you so much!!

  • I do the lo fodmap diet because I had severe acid reflux and IBS that had me hospitalized twice last year. I went in depth about this on my YouTube channel last month. I have lost 70 pounds but the thing I am most happy with is I am no longer on medications for my gut issues and I feel better than I have in my entire life. Thank you so much for sharing this. I am a happy subscriber!!

  • @Dr.Josh Axe I love that video, thank you for this awesome free content! My question would be: what about potatoes? Do they belong to the specific cooked vegetable group? Or better to avoid?

  • I used to love salmon but what can we do to get NON polluted fish-Fukushima as 1 of many examples of the radiation in the Pacific ocean that by now has circulated the 7 seas?

  • some foodamp which couse ibs like apple also apple has pectin which helped grow good bacteria probiotic.one apple a day….. so should we eat apple or step by step get use to it.

  • Thanks for the awesome videos and tips you give here every week. I have a huge question… you say to avoid raw foods, what if they are blended into a smoothie that would be easier to digest? You mention smoothies my smoothies are usually raw. I enjoy a spinach ginger blueberries smoothie some kale i will be adding cardamom and fresh peppermint now. Is that ok for gut health??

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  • To good poop! ����
    Hey, Psst! Just one thing, it’s not about the competition but collaboration. The idea of “survival of the fittest” is passé. Try to diminish too all those medications, and ingredients in your food, that actually kill all the good bacteria, just because it doesn’t really help to be able to create a healthy environment in your flora. It kills and they’re are toxic too! And that goes for GMO, which is NOT hybridization as they wrongly tell you. GMO is about injecting insecticide into the DNA of produces. Get it? ����

  • OK folks, here’s the deaI….bought a cereal with pre-biotics, probiotics and fiber. Now my farts smell like rotten eggs, and I’m afraid my hot date tomorrow night may turn into a night of hot farts instead!! HELP!!!

  • Thanks Dr. Lara! I’m thinking about changing my diet to help my autoimmune arthritis. It doesn’t seem like there is a lot of evidence for treating autoimmune disorders with diet…. though I have seen some minimal evidence for Mediterranean/plant-based diets. Thoughts?

  • In our Pakistani culture, we eat the following for healthy digestion or to cure bloating, indigestion and fatigue: raw Ajwain seeds within food or on its own, fennel seed tea, qahwa made of green tea, fresh mint and cinnamon, Kalonji seeds soaked in water, and ginger tea.

  • If u drink shitty milk you probably wont feel good, if you drink raw milk that has every vitamin and mineral in it then you will feel good

  • This really sux but is sooo true! I have found when I eat the “wrong” foods my ms symptoms get worse…but, if I go w/o eating my symptoms aren’t as bad. I don’t need to loose the weight but, I need a lifestyle change and, sometimes, the wrong foods are the “easiest”…..Tfs

  • I’m an Indian, Herbs n Spices are Having Rich History with our Aryan Hinduism Culture more than a 15,000 years old since Mahabharata n Ramayana… So you are Damn right about that…

  • My top 10 foods for the gut health are salmon, chia seeds, strawberry, ginger, lemon, lettuce, almonds, cucumber, Tahini & vegetable broth.