To celebrate the release of her wonderful new book, we’re offering up one of Eve Kalinik’s scrumptious kale recipes from ‘Be Good To Your Gut’!
For a long time I really struggled with digestive discomfort, often experiencing flare ups for seemingly no reason. Without realising, I let it take over day-to-day life - namely my yoga practice, which I avoided during a flare because I assumed it would make things worse.
This is a bit like preaching to the converted with all you fellow gut enthusiasts reading out there but with the launch of my first book BE GOOD TO YOUR GUT I wanted to share one of my favourite recipes with you ahead of the official publication on 7th September.
There are plenty of simple and delicious ways to add both prebiotic and probiotic foods and other nutrient dense foods to your picnic and summer events ensuring that you are both nourishing your gut and your palate.
It is quite common that our digestion can go a bit skew-whiff when we travel and that can often mean altered activity when it comes to bowel movements.
29th May is an important day for guts everywhere. It’s World Digestive Health Day
So, what happens to your body when you are stressed?
Many children do suffer with tummy troubles and gut issues too. Their microbiome needs to be nurtured as much as an adult’s does.