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How to take care of your gut health during the spring season?


Spring is the perfect time of year to take care of your gut health. The warmer weather and longer days are the perfect excuse to get outdoors, get moving, and start enjoying all that nature has to offer. However, if you have a history of digestive issues or just want to be on the safe side (especially when traveling), there are still plenty of things you can do at home that will help keep your gut healthy and happy during this busy season.

Drink a cup of warm lemon water first thing in the morning.

Drinking a cup of warm lemon water first thing in the morning is one of the best things you can do for your gut health. It's not only refreshing and delicious but also helps with digestion, boosts energy levels, cleanses toxins from your body, and even helps reduce stress--all of which contribute to better overall health.

To make this super simple recipe:

  • Squeeze half a lemon into 1 glass (8 oz) of warm water (you can use filtered or bottled).
  • Stir well before drinking!

Eat foods that are high in probiotics

Probiotics are good for your gut, and they can be found in sauerkraut, kimchi, and pickles. Probiotics are also found in yogurt and kefir (if you're into that kind of thing). You can even get probiotics from supplements if you don't like the taste of fermented foods!

Get your daily dose of greens

As you know, greens are one of the most nutrient-dense foods on earth. Greens contain high amounts of fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants that help your body to detoxify from toxins and protect against disease.

But not all greens are created equal! To get the best results from eating your greens it is important to choose a quality product that has been grown without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) publishes an annual list of fruits and vegetables ranked by pesticide residue levels called The Dirty Dozen Plus list; it's a great resource if you want to avoid pesticides when shopping at the grocery store or farmer's market.

Stay hydrated with plenty of water and herbal teas.

  • Drink at least 1.5 liters of water each day.
  • Drink herbal teas such as mint, chamomile, and ginger.
  • Increase your water intake if you are exercising more than usual (e.g., playing sports).
  • Don't drink too much water at once as this can cause bloating and cramps in the gut.

Don't forget to exercise regularly.

If you're not already exercising regularly, now is the time to start. Exercise has been shown to have numerous benefits for gut health, including helping you lose weight and feel better. It can also help you sleep better at night! 

Spring is a great time to take care of your gut health.

Spring is a great time to take care of your gut health. It's important to keep your gut healthy all year round, but spring is when we can start getting into gear with some easy changes that will help keep you feeling good as the weather gets warmer.

  • Start eating more probiotic foods: You can find probiotic foods in many places these days--they're not just confined to yogurt anymore! Try adding kimchi or sauerkraut to sandwiches and salads, or topping tacos with guacamole instead of salsa (which has fewer probiotics). You can also try making homemade kombucha at home; it's easy and fun!


Spring is a great time to take care of your gut health. It's also important that you maintain a healthy diet and exercise regularly during this season so that you can boost your immune system. I hope these tips help make this season more enjoyable!

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