improve gut health naturally without pills using these next-level tips

6 Home Remedies To Improve Gut Health Naturally – Without Pills

Ready to unlock the secrets to a healthy gut? As an herbalist and wellness coach, I often find when my clients think about health, they often forget about the important role your gut plays. The gut is responsible for processing food, absorbing nutrients, and eliminating waste, making it a crucial part of our overall physical health and well-being, but it also significantly impacts mental health too. And an exciting part: you can improve your gut health naturally, without needing to pop pills!

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How Gut Health Impacts Your Physical and Mental Health

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Embrace an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Adopting an anti-inflammatory diet is one of the most powerful ways to improve your gut health. This means filling your plate with nutrient-dense foods that help reduce inflammation in the body.

An anti-inflammatory diet consists of foods that help reduce inflammation in the body. These foods include colorful berries, leafy greens, ancient whole grains (like einkorn), lean proteins, nuts, and healthy fats. You can also achieve anti-inflammatory effects through the Paleo diet, which is what I used to help reduce chronic neurological and autoimmune issues.

Eating an anti-inflammatory diet can help promote a healthy gut by reducing digestive distress and symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and creating a more inhospitable environment for parasites.

At a minimum, stay away from artificial sugars and preservatives, ultra-processed foods, and bioengineered or genetically modified foods, and focus on a whole-food (homemade) diet.

Unfortunately, fermented foods (including kombucha) can cause issues in some people, so until you're well into your gut restoration journey, I'd recommend avoiding these as well. Ways they can be disruptive include bloating, headaches, migraines, histamine intolerance (making allergies worse), and antibiotic resistance.

Remove Inflammatory Foods From Your Diet

To truly give your gut a chance to heal and thrive, it's essential to identify and eliminate foods that trigger inflammation.

These can vary from person to person, but common culprits include:

  • Refined sugar,
  • Processed foods,
  • Gluten,
  • Dairy,
  • Artificial additives,
  • Bioengineered ingredients (GMOs)

You can experiment with an elimination diet yourself or work with a wellness professional specializing in gut health to pinpoint your particular triggers.

Boost Your Gut With Drinkable Quadbiotics (Probiotics, Prebiotics, Postbiotics & Phytobiotics)

In addition to a healthy diet, consider incorporating probiotics, prebiotics, postbiotics, and phytobiotics into your supplement regimen. Added together, these biotics create a “quadbiotic.”

  • Probiotic – supports healthy inflammation response, helps your body “de-bloat,” and assists with adding good gut bacteria to your microbiome.
  • Prebiotic – reduces junk food cravings, feeds beneficial bacteria in your intestines, and restores the gut barrier.
  • Postbiotic – helps your body manage inflammation and fat storage, helping to reduce weight, which takes pressure and stress off your liver and allows your body a simpler digestive process.
  • Phytobiotic – helps you reduce emotional and stress eating and assists your body with managing your body's stress response, which improves digestive symptoms and helps not reduce stress on your liver.

Amare simplifies adding these supplements into your gut health routine using their Happy Juice drink (my favorite is their watermelon and dragonfruit combination). Happy Juice features the product Mentabiotics, which combines probiotic, prebiotic, postbiotic, and phytobiotic blends mentioned above in a revolutionary manner specially formulated to promote a healthy gut microbiome and the gut-brain axis, which in turn benefits your physical and mental wellness.

Using these quadbiotics supports digestion, nutrient absorption, and a robust immune system, ensuring your gut is well-equipped for optimal mental and physical health.

Juice Your Way to Gut Health

Juicing is an easy and delicious way to flood your body with gut-supporting nutrients.

Freshly made juices from fruits and vegetables provide a concentrated dose of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that promote digestive health without taxing your digestive system.

Opt for gut-loving ingredients like ginger, leafy greens, beets, and apples to create a vibrant and nourishing juice blend. Just remember to choose organic produce and enjoy your juice as part of a well-rounded diet.

If you're not feeling up to the prep work and clean up that comes with juicing, check out the Juice Bar in A Bag option that takes freeze-dried and powdered produce and turns them into a convenient juice mix. (Check out my Natural Mom Review for Juice Bar in A Bag here)

Stay Hydrated for a Happy Gut

Proper hydration is often overlooked when discussing gut health, but it's an essential factor in maintaining a healthy digestive system.

Drinking enough water helps keep your bowel movements regular, supports the elimination of waste, and prevents dehydration, which can lead to digestive discomfort.

While most people aim to drink at least eight glasses of water each day, they still end up dehydrated. How? Drinking too much at one time.

Remember to stay hydrated, your body can only process 4 oz of water every 30 minutes. More than that, it just ends up unused in the toilet.

So challenge yourself to drink 3-4 ounces of water every 30 minutes.

Or, if you'd like some accountability, join our hydration challenge!

Have You Been Patched?

If you haven't heard of Lifewave patches, get ready to be amazed (or go check out my Lifewave Natural Mom Review). These innovative patches utilize an innovative infrared technique to stimulate a special protein at acupuncture points on your body, promoting overall well-being, including gut health.

The Glutathione patch, for example, helps increase the body's production of this powerful antioxidant, which supports detoxification and immune function, which provide critical roles to improving gut health.

My favorite part: Lifewave patches are non-transdermal (nothing is injected or absorbed into your body), so you don't have any contraindications to worry about.

Improving Your Gut Requires Patience, but Is Worthwhile

Improving your gut health naturally is a journey that requires patience, experimentation, and a commitment to long-term habits. Embrace an anti-inflammatory diet, remove trigger foods, incorporate Quadbiotics by Amare, indulge in gut-loving juices, stay hydrated, and explore the potential of Lifewave patches. The best part: no pill-fatigue that happens with popping supplement capsules or tablets.

Remember, everyone's gut is unique, so it's essential to listen to your body and make adjustments as needed. With consistent effort and the right strategies, you'll be well on your way to a happier, healthier gut and all the amazing benefits it brings to your overall well-being.

Cheers to your gut health!

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This article was originally produced and syndicated by Motherhood Truth

Author: Nicole Graber

Title: Writer, Editor, Coach

Expertise: Natural Wellness, Healthy Lifestyle, Home Business Strategy, Motherhood


Nicole is a writer, healthy lifestyle consultant, and faith-based business strategist at Gracefully Abundant with bylines on MSN and the AP newswire. As a survivor of homelessness and chronic health, she discovered a purpose in guiding people towards a healthier lifestyle and increased income.

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