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Power Up Your Gut: The Ultimate Plant-Based Smoothie Recipe

Delicious and Nutritious Smoothie Recipes Using Our Superfood Powder

Why gut health is important

The gut breaks down the foods you eat and absorbs nutrients that support your body’s functions. The importance of the gut to our overall health is a topic of increasing research in the medical community. Research is showing us that our gut microbiome can affect every organ in our body.

It is understood that there are links between gut health and:

A higher level of diversity in gut bacteria is an important indicator of the health of your microbiome. While research is ongoing, it appears that your gut health plays an important role in your overall health.

Dragon Fruit Berry Protein Smoothie - for gut health


*1 tspn cinnamon

*1 tbsp Chia sees

*1 tspn Dragon fruit powder by MyBlueTea

*1 pack Dehydrated Coconut Milk powder (full fat) by MyBlueTea - dilute in 180ml water

*1/2 cup frozen mix berries

*1/2 cup of grass fed yoghurt

*1-2 tbsp of raw almond butter

*1-2 tspn Vanilla whey isolate


Place everything in a blender and blend till smooth. Enjoy.

Dragon fruit Chia Seed Smoothie loaded with Blue berries | My Blue Tea
Dragon fruit Chia Seed Smoothie loaded with Blue berries

If you want to fix your gut health, here are some are some tips for you. Re-posting from the Divine Man Thread via his social.

1. Stop drinking alcohol.

2. Eat plenty of prebiotic fibre. Examples:


• berries

• avocado

• bananas

• seaweed

• pistachios

• asparagus

• mushrooms

• sprouted oats

• garlic and onions

• Jerusalem artichokes

3. Supplement with colostrum, collagen, omega 3's, l-glutamine, and vitamin d3/k2.

4. Stop drinking tap water.

5. Eat gelatinous cuts of meat like the skin-on chicken thighs, bone marrow, and osso bucco.

6. Avoid antibiotics at all costs.

Dragon fruit and roselle smoothies are good for your gut health | My Blue Tea
Substitute Dragon fruit powder with Roselle Powder

7. Eat fermented foods to enhance your gut bacteria. Examples:


• natto

• kimchi

• yogurt

• sauerhraut

• fermented pickles

8. Avoid coffee first thing in the morning and on an empty stomach.

9. Drink bone broth on an empty stomach instead.

10. 90% of the foods you eat should be single-ingredient foods.

11. Only indulge in processed "fun foods" 10% of the time or less.

12. Eat zinc-containing foods. They aid in cell division and immune function. Examples:


• dairy

• shrimp

• chicken thighs

• dark chocolate

• mandatory weekly oysters

13. Get more sunlight.

14. Get a minimum of 7+ hours of quality sleep a night.

15. To enhance your sleep quality:

16. Daily movement

17. No caffeine after noon

18. Practice 4-7-8 breathing

19. Avoid naps after 2:30 pm

20. Block blue light before bed

21. Wake and sleep at same time daily

22. Create a sleep cave: silent, dark, cold

23. Never snack or "graze" throughout the day. Your stomach needs time to heal.

24. Create a 10-14 hour window every day where you are not eating.

25. Stop eating 2-3 hours before bed, and don't eat your first meal until an hour after waking.

26. Avoid high quantities of raw vegetables

27. Consume butyrate-producing foods like ghee, butter, and cheese

28. Limit heavy metal intake from crappy cookware, tap water, and poor-quality fish

29. Eat polyphenol-rich food like berries, organic coffee, and dark chocolate.

Gut health is nuanced. Some people need microbiome testing and a more individualized approach.

We've whipped up quite a Smoothie storm over the years! From left to right, we have the Roselle Smoothie, the zesty Kaffir Lime Leaf + Passion Fruit blend, and the magical Butterfly Pea concoction.

Key facts :

  • Your 'gut' refers to your gastrointestinal system, which includes your stomach, small intestine and large intestine.

  • The health of your gut can have a significant impact on your physical and mental wellbeing and on how you feel day to day.

  • The 'gut microbiome' refers to the trillions of microorganisms that normally live in your gut and are essential for healthy gut function.

  • The symptoms of poor gut health include a bloated stomach, heartburn, abdominal pain (a sore tummy) excessive burping, flatulence (farting), a growling stomach, nausea, constipation or diarrhoea.

  • You can improve your gut health by eating a varied plant-based diet, eating fermented foods, avoiding highly processed foods, exercising regularly and sleeping enough.

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Because of its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric can contribute to healthy digestion. It's used in ayurvedic medicine as a digestive healing agent. Now Western medicine has begun to study how turmeric can help with gut inflammation and gut permeability, two measures of your digestive efficiency.

Disclaimer :-

This blog is solely intended as a source of information and does not prescribe or advise the use of any substance mentioned herein. The authors do not intend to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. The Food and Drug Administration Australia has not evaluated any statements made herein.

Consult with your doctor about all prescription and non-prescription medicines you take before you begin to use any herbal products and partner with your professional health care practitioner on determining your own health destiny.


If you are a pregnant, considering pregnancy or are a nursing mother you should consult your physician prior to using any health supplement product.

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