If you who prefer foods on the slightly sweeter side, you could try this tasty recipe for fermented ginger and carrot:
3. Feed your good bacteria with prebiotics – Prebiotics are a type of fibre found in some foods, which the good bacteria in our gut absolutely love! Prebiotics are like help the good bacteria grow strong and allow them to do all the great things they do to keep us healthy even better. Some great prebiotic foods include: oats, tomatoes, onions, garlic, asparagus, artichokes, bananas, apples and berries.
4. Fill up with fibre – Including lots of fibre in our diet helps us to have regular bowel movements and also increases the number of good bacteria in our gut. A great way to increase the fibre in our diet is to fill up on veggies and fruit – the frozen.