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Crunchy rainbow coleslaw in bowl

Crunchy rainbow coleslaw

We think this coleslaw recipe would make the perfect accompaniment to a weekend lunch. In keeping with our number one tip for looking after your digestion – ‘eat your fill of vegetables with each meal’ – this boasts eight different plant foods to keep your gut bacteria thriving! Serves 6-8Preparation time: 20 minutes Ingredients½ red

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Bowl of cauliflower cheese soup

Cauliflower cheese soup

In season right now in the UK, cauliflower is part of the cruciferous vegetable family. Cruciferous vegetables are great for our health, and have been shown to support healthy metabolism, detoxification and clearance of oestrogen from the body. They are definitely something to include in the diet on a regular basis. Since cauliflower cheese is

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Black bean soup in bowls

Black bean soup

For the first of our winter warmer soups, we bring you a black bean soup that is full of gut-loving ingredients! We’ve got a base of bone broth (see the blog post from earlier this week for more details); fibre in the beans; anti-microbial garlic; and no fewer than 10 plant ingredients – including the

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Pan of lentil bolognaise for Veg Pledge month

Veg Pledge lentil bolognaise

November is Veg Pledge month, with people raising funds for Cancer Research UK by turning vegetarian or vegan for the month. Here’s our favourite meat-free bolognaise recipe for anyone who’s taken on the Veg Pledge. One of the most versatile meals we can think of, this simple recipe can be turned into a number of

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Sweet potato and chickpea curry with lime and rice

Sweet potato and chickpea curry

National curry week is taking place in the UK from 4th to 10th October this year, giving us an extra incentive to enjoy warming, spicy meals as the autumn nights draw in. We have a vegan sweet potato and chickpea curry to share with you, full of ingredients that support your gut health at the

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Gut friendly sandwich recipe suggestion

Gut friendly sandwich number 3

Our final gut healthy ‘sandwich’ recipe for British Sandwich Week is one that has become a real trend over the past few years – based on the very fashionable and over-talked about ‘avocado toast’. Adding sauerkraut to your avocado toast will help to support your microbiome, whilst also tasting great – and it’s super-easy to

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Gut friendly sandwich recipe suggestion

Gut friendly sandwich number 2

Gut-healthy bread doesn’t have to be sourdough and we have found a fantastic gut-friendly recipe at www.jessicacox.com.au. It is free from common allergens (gluten, dairy, eggs, yeast, sugar) and full of wholefoods (wholegrains, protein and fats), making it dense and nutritional and possibly better suited to an open sandwich on thick slices. Bread recipe Ingredients

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Gut friendly sandwich recipe suggestion

Gut friendly sandwich number 1

This week is British Sandwich Week and the sandwich has long been the go-to lunch for us Brits. There are so many sandwich options available, but unfortunately many are not supportive of health and particularly gut-friendly health. To help you with ideas for supporting your gut whilst also enjoying a traditional sandwich, we have three

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Gut healthy salad recipe suggestion

Gut healthy salad recipe #2

We promised you some nutritious and delicious gut healthy salad recipes for the warmer months and here is number 2. It’s another easy recipe that includes anti-inflammatory omega-3 fats from oily fish with vegetables to supply lots of fibre (particularly fennel – another vegetable you may not have tried before), bitter leaves to support gallbladder

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Rediscover 100 vegetables for a healthy gut

100 vegetables for a healthy gut

Curious as to what are the best vegetables for a healthy gut? Want to know how they benefit your gut and why you should be eating them? The fibre from the vegetables we eat provides food for the bacteria in our gut. These fibres are indigestible by humans but are broken down easily by our

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