Prebiotics linked to healthier immune system
We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy! We know times can be slightly stressful, which is why it is key that we all maintain a healthy immunity, which is why we are sharing an article from sciencedaily on how your diet can play a vital role in your immune system and on keeping certain diseases at bay.
Let us all take the time to fill our body with prebiotic fiber packed foods, and our healthy happy guts will thank us!
PHD Student Kendle Maslowski and Professor Charles Mackay, discuss their research on how changes in diet can have an effect on certain bacteria in your gut which can then affect short chain fatty acids found in the body.
Another study conducted shows the effect that changes in diets can have on short chain fatty acid levels, as well as the importance of un-processed whole foods.
In summary, the article addresses the numerous of health benefits known of dietary fiber including the reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and certain cancers. The role of gut intestinal bacteria in immune responses is an exciting new topic that holds many new possibilities to explore new treatments in the near future.
As you can see from the article above, maintaining a healthy diet with lots of prebiotic fiber can have an impact on your gut intestinal bacteria and can help build a stronger immune system.
You can try one of our many recipes with prebiotic fiber rich ingredients on our website, or try our recently launched Gut Happy Cookies here, packed with prebiotics probiotics and other health benefits!
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In good gut health,