How To Care Your Gut This Festive Season


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Is your gut holding you back to enjoy festive foods? Don’t worry, we have got you easy tips to keep your gut healthy and perfectly fit to enjoy every bite of Puri Halwa.

If you have symptoms of poor gut health, making lifestyle changes may help improve your gut microbiome and your overall health.

In our previous articles we have spoken enough about causes of bad gut health. Now let’s discuss the ways to keep your digestive system fit.

7 things for your better gut health

You may be able to improve your gut health by altering your lifestyle and diet.

Consider one or more of the following options:

1. Check your stress levels

Bad stress can affect your body in many ways and any way. When good stress motivates you to act efficiently, high levels of bad stress are hard on your whole body, including your gut. A few ways to lower stress may include:


  • Meditating

  • Walking

  • Spending time with friends or family

  • Diffusing essential oils

  • Limiting alcohol intake

  • Find happiness in small thing

  • Practicing yoga

2. Get enough sleep

Your digestive system may get affected significantly if you don't get enough or good quality sleep, which can then lead to more sleep problems, other health issues, obesity, fatigue. Make sleeping uninterrupted for at least 7-8 hours a night a priority. If you have difficulties sleeping for a long time, see a physician.

3. Eat properly

Teeth are given to make food into particles, which is required for the digestive system to digest the food properly. The better chewed foods are better digested. On the other hand, chewing food thoroughly and eating slowly may lower your chances of developing obesity and diabetes while also helping you make better food choices.


Proper eating habits may help you reduce digestive discomfort and maintain a healthy gut.

4. Stay hydrated

Drinking plenty of water may be associated with increased bacterial diversity in the gut, though the source of the water is also important. According to one study, people who drank more water had lower levels of a type of bacteria that can cause gastrointestinal infections.

Staying hydrated is good for your overall health and can help prevent constipation. It could also be a simple way to promote gut health.

5. Take a probiotic

Adding a probiotic supplement to your diet may help improve your gut health. Probiotics are good bacteria to keep your gut clean, healthy and fit. Lifezen’s WonderPro, a super probiotic contains five essential good bacteria for your gut health.


Prebiotics provide “food” for the good bacteria. It is meant to promote the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut, while probiotics are good bacteria. Fibrous foods are a good source of prebiotic.


People who have a severe illness should consult a doctor before they start any probiotics. You can shop for a probiotic online as they are available over-the-counter.

6. Check for food intolerances

If you are intolerant to certain food, you may have symptoms such as bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea, gas, nausea.


You can see if your symptoms improve by avoiding common trigger foods. If you can identify and avoid food or foods that are causing your symptoms, you may notice an improvement in your digestive health.

7. Avoid Junk food

Reducing your intake of processed, high sugar, and high fat foods may improve your gut health.


A fiber-rich diet is also likely to contribute to a healthy gut microbiome. You may also positively impact your gut by eating foods high in micronutrients called polyphenols, found in vegetables, fruits, coffee, tea and wine.