Gut Healing Post Have Left Their Harbor

Bloated March_2013 Healing the Gut. #Love www.agutsygirl.com

Tomorrow marks exactly 7 months that I have engaged in intense gut healing, and with this milestone my gut-healing posts have left their harbor. In case this is your first time here: 101 Days: Healing (June 11, 2013) Getting Nowhere on This  (Gut) Treadmill, the Road to Healing (July 8, 2013) Gut Healing is Not… 

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6 Reasons Why I’m Not Paleo

6 Reasons Why I’m Not Paleo via www.agutsygirl.com #Paleo

The Paleo (Paleolithic) Diet is hot, hot, hot. Robb Wolf gives a fantastic overview of, “What Is The Paleo Diet,” and in it he provides the basics for: Okay to Eat: fruits, vegetables, lean meats, seafood, nuts and seeds, healthy fats Avoid: dairy, grains, processed food and sugars, legumes, starches, alcohol The Paleo Diet seeks… 

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15 Reasons Why Your New Year’s Resolution Left You More Bloated Than Ever

15 Reasons Why Your New Year’s Resolution Left You More Bloated Than Ever www.agutsygirl.com

Two weeks into your New Year’s Resolution and you’re already ready to give up. The secret is out: your New Year’s Resolution left you more bloated and miserable than ever because you bought into the New Year’s Resolution “ways.” One day in December, while doing sprints on the dreadmill treadmill, I came across an article… 

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6 Ways I De-Bloated Even More Since My 101 Days of Intense Gut Healing

6 Ways I De-Bloated Even More Since my 101 Days Intense Gut Healing. How you can, too. www.agutsygirl.com

My 101 Days of Intense Gut Healing ended on October 16, 2013. Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years came and went. And along with the entire holiday season, so went even more bloat. It was the first time in my life that I survived a holiday season with zero bloat! In fact, since those miserable days… 

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Probiotic Foods vs. Prebiotic Foods

Probiotic Foods. Prebiotic Foods. www.agutsygirl.com

Most gut-health experts will tell you that in order to heal your gut you need a ton of both probiotic foods and prebiotic foods. I’m going to go out on a limb here and go against the grain in saying that, in my experience, you almost always need probiotics but many times you don’t need prebiotics. (Note:… 

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