Published on Mar 5, 2018
Boost Gut Health And Banish Bloating

Hey guys, Toby here, and for those of you who don’t know, probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health, especially your digestive system. Probiotics are often referred to as “good” or “helpful” bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy.

And, when you have an unhealthy gut and digestive system, you can find yourself struggling with:

A leaky gut
Crohn’s disease
Ulcerative colitis
And storing unwanted body fat

So, today, I’m going to give you my top 10 foods you can start eating today to improve your digestive health with probiotics. Let’s get right to it:


Most people hear about putting this stuff on hot dogs, but in reality, it’s fantastic for your gut health.

Sauerkraut is commonly made from pickled or sour cabbage, where raw sauerkraut can yield up to 13 different species of gut-friendly bacteria.

You can incorporate sauerkraut into your meals and dishes with anywhere from 1-3 spoonfuls before meals by itself, mixed into salad, or as a side.

Remember to not heat or cook sauerkraut, because the gut-friendly bacteria is alive and needs to stay that way in order to keep it’s probiotic properties for boosting gut health and immunity.

This dish is a spicy Korean rendition of sauerkraut that’s packed full of other beneficial antioxidants.

The spicy aspect of kimchi comes from the peppers used to make it. Peppers that help to boost circulation and nutrient absorption.

#3. Kefir

Kefir is commonly made from raw grass-fed milk – ideally, you’d want to use goats milk for it.

This type of cultured dairy beverage provides protein, beneficial fats, enzymes, and also contains beneficial bacteria & yeast.

Benefits of kefir include boosting your immunity, help improve bone health, and even helps with skin and allergy issues.

#4. Kvass

This drink is commonly made with beets and has a sour taste, where sour tastes actually help in curbing carb and sugar cravings.

Kvass is excellent at helping to cleanse the liver, boost immunity, and is packed full of essential vitamins and nutrients like vitamin c, b12, and manganese.

#5. Apple Cider Vinegar

You can take anywhere from 1 teaspoon to 2 tablespoons daily of this stuff – by itself, mixed with water, or even in recipes like applesauce like we’ve made here on Seniority Health. Now, to make things even easier for yourself, you can always take a probiotic supplement like Men’s Elite Probiotic as well.

My good friend Mark actually just posted a free video on how you can amplify the amount of probiotics in your diet daily, without having to worry about incorporating all these foods every day.

Just click here to watch it:

Now, remember – avoid unwanted digestive issues by improving your gut health to not only help feel good, but look good.

Try out the top 5 foods I mentioned today and see what a difference these foods can make.

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This is Toby, and remember – you’re never too old, and it’s never too late.

See You Next Time,


Heal Your Gut And Burn Belly Fat

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