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You've been looking forward to this day all year, and now it's here. Easter is a time for friends, family, and the joy of spring. But there's one thing that can ruin all of your fun: bad gut health. If you're like most people, you'll be eating too many sweets over the weekend—and that can lead to a whole host of digestive problems. That's why it's so important to keep yourself healthy during this holiday season by making smart choices about what you eat. Here are some tips on how to do just that:

Make sure you serve your family a healthy Easter spread.

  • Make sure you serve your family a healthy Easter spread.
  • If you have kids, make sure they have plenty of options to choose from.
  • If your party is big enough, consider having one table for meat eaters and another for vegetarians or vegans.

Don't overdo sugar.

  • Sugar is bad for your gut. Sugar can cause a spike in blood sugar, which can cause inflammation. Insulin also spikes when you eat sugar, and this causes inflammation as well.
  • Sugar creates an imbalance of good and bad bacteria in your digestive tract. This can lead to an overgrowth of bad bacteria that then leads to leaky gut syndrome. The result? You feel sick all the time!

Cook with whole foods.

  • Whole foods are more nutritious. Whole foods contain more vitamins and minerals, as well as fiber that supports digestion.
  • They're easy to digest. When you eat whole foods, the body doesn't have to work so hard at breaking down what you've eaten because most of the nutrients are already intact in their natural state--they don't have to be broken down by your digestive system before they can be absorbed into your body (or passed out as waste).
  • Cooking whole foods is fun! It can also be super tasty if you know what flavors go best together, which brings us to our next point:

Skip processed foods and go for fresh instead.

If you want to have a healthy gut, skip processed foods and go for fresh instead. Processed foods are not good for your gut as they contain preservatives and additives that can damage your digestive system.

You should also avoid eating any food from cans or jars because they're not fresh; instead, eat them in their original state (e.g., tomatoes on the vine) or cook them yourself using fresh ingredients (e.g., making your own tomato sauce).

Eat some good food with friends and family, then give your gut a boost by eating some good microorganisms

Eat some good food with friends and family, then give your gut a boost by eating some good microorganisms.

This is the perfect time of year to get together with friends and family and enjoy each other's company over Easter dinner or brunch. If you're planning on having people over for an Easter celebration, here are some tips for making sure everyone has a great time:

  • Eat a healthy gut diet that includes plenty of prebiotics from vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes (beans). It will help keep your immune system strong so you don't get sick during the holiday weekend!
  • Get plenty of probiotics from yogurt (make sure it has live cultures) or kefir (fermented milk drink). You can also take a supplement if needed like the one on our

With these tips, you can stick to a healthy holiday

With these tips, you can stick to a healthy holiday:

  • Eat a healthy diet. It's important to eat your greens and avoid sugar overload. If you want to indulge in some treats, skip the candy and go for fresh fruit instead.
  • Don't overdo it on sweets or fat-laden foods like potato chips or fries (unless they're baked). This means that if your family loves eggnog, try making this version with coconut milk instead of cow's milk! The flavor won't be quite as rich but it will still be delicious--and much healthier than regular eggnog made with dairy products like heavy cream or butterfat-rich half & half (which contains about 80% fat). Plus there are no artificial ingredients here either! Just pure wholesome goodness!


I hope this article has given you some good ideas for how to have a healthy Easter with your family and friends. Remember that it's not just about eating better--it's also about being mindful of the people around us and being grateful for what we have. So go ahead, and enjoy yourself this holiday season!

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