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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 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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Start the warm weather with a gut healthy salad recipe inspired by ProVen Probiotics

Gut healthy salad recipe

Although temperatures have fallen once again, we had a lovely glimpse of spring last week and thought it was the perfect time to start to introduce some nutritious and delicious gut healthy salad recipes for the warmer months. This first recipe is easy, but includes an ingredient that you might not have tried before –

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Discover an Easter favourite with our gut-friendly hot cross buns

Gut Friendly Hot Cross Buns

Good Friday marks the end of Lent in the Christian calendar and hot cross buns are said to be eaten to mark the end of the fasting period.  Whilst the concept of buns has Pagan roots, hot cross buns have become linked to Christianity as the cross on the buns is said to signify Jesus’

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Enjoy your Chocolate-fest as part of a healthy protein snack - ProVen Probiotics

Helping your gut deal with chocolate overload

Over-indulging in chocolate this Easter? Many of us will be giving and receiving Easter eggs and spending much of today (and maybe the next few days or weeks!) over-indulging in a chocolate-fest. What can we do to mitigate the effects and keep our gut health on track? Chocolate has become a key element of our

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Healthy protein smoothie for a healthy gut

Healthy Protein Smoothies

Today (27th February) is National Protein Day in America and we thought it was a good time to focus on this key nutrient and to bring you a simple recipe to help support your daily protein intake. Protein is one of our key macronutrients (along with carbohydrates and fats) and comes from a variety of

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Can bread be healthy for your gut and benefit your overall health

Can bread be healthy?

It’s Real Bread Week from 20-28th February – highlighting the traditional practices of breadmaking and the fact that bread can be a healthy staple food choice when made in the right way, using the best ingredients. Much of the bread sold today is mass produced and includes lots of unnecessary ingredients, including genetically modified organisms

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Identify your favourite cup of tea and its direct benefit to a healthy gut

Tea and gut health – what’s your favourite cuppa?

Black tea (with or without milk) is the UK’s favourite drink – we drink as much tea as we do water. Samuel Pepys is the first known Briton to indulge in this now very British tradition – in 1665, he sat down with colleagues to discuss ‘war & peace’ with his new-found ‘China drink’ –

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