Finding your best gut supportive diet comes down to a few main factors, plus one MAJOR factor called your inner nutritionist… in this video excerpt from The Gut healing Protocol Online Course (coming soon) I share those points…
Within the parameters of gut-nourishing foods there is certainly some wiggle room to play with. As unique individuals, we have to work out which type of diet is going to work best for us at any given time. When I was younger I adopted a vegan diet & it worked great for about a year, & then I realised that I needed to include some animal protein in the diet once again to maintain strength & clarity.

When it comes to a Gut Healing Protocol, generally speaking the largest difference between individuals is the amount of animal protein they need to consume to stay satiated & to balance their blood sugar. Some very active individuals who are engaged in strength training for example require a little more protein than someone who is more sedentary. This is also the case with carbohydrates, a very active person or athlete probably needs around 10-20% more carbohydrates, coming from foods such as sweet potato & beetroot & carrot & perhaps some berries & low-sugar fruits (depending on their level of gut health), than a sedentary person.

The best way for you to determine these differences is to stay in tune with your body. It takes time to develop a good intuition of your body’s needs & certainly if you find yourself craving sweets all the timer, it doesn’t mean you should go & eat all the chocolate bars, but just work out how your body reacts to different nutrients & go from there.

If you’re a vegetarian on a gut healing journey thats great! By incorporating some animal protein such as that coming from eggs & bone broth & even fish, you’ll adequately supply your body with the nourishing properties that it brings.

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Kale Brock The Gut Healing Protocol


Disclaimer: Remember to always work with your well qualified, nutritionally-versed practitioner when it comes to the management & treatment of illness. The information contained on this page is for informational purposes only & should not be considered medical advice.

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