Snacks: Boil 1 cup of water, then add in 1 heaping tablespoon loose chai tea. Add additional gut-supporting spices like ½ teaspoon each of cinnamon, cardamom, ginger. You can also add nutmeg or clove. Strain the tea and add a splash of almond or coconut milk for creaminess. Giving your gut a break is a big part of this gut reset. Try to limit snacking, and if you’re feeling peckish, have another cup of chai tea or a healthy gut-friendly snack instead.
- Medjool dates with organic natural peanut butter
- Red pepper slices and hummus
- Fresh fruit and vegetables
- Nuts and seeds
Other Gut Cleanse Detox Foods
Simply, the best way to help your gut health is to eat foods that support your body’s natural detoxifying process. The liver plays a key role during detox, so it is important to consume foods that your liver will love. Keep in mind, these are only a few food options and there are plenty of gut health recipes online and you can have a look at my Balanced, Easy, Nutritious, and Delicious (BEND) Recipes on Zelheins Taste.
There are many foods that help to promote great gut and liver health, here is a list of some foods to introduce into your diet:
- Bok Choy
Not only do these foods help the digestive system, but some also contain antioxidants and are a powerful anti-inflammatory.
Fuel up on Fiber! Fiber is very important to consume during your gut cleanse diet. It helps by regulating constipation, giving good bacteria a boost, and easing overactive bowels. Eating high-fiber foods can help promote a healthy colon while helping gut bacteria. Fiber can be found in many foods such as fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and much more.