Gut Healthy Treats

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Boosting our immunity for back to school

I don’t know about you, but I always associate back to school with back to germs.  My girls always start the school year with some sort of virus.  This year we are boosting our immune system by improving our gut health.  From research, the best way to improve your gut health is to diversify your microbiome.

Through my research, I learned that attaching anti-bacterial sanitizer to my kids’ bags is not helping the situation but actually can be adding to the issue.  What really needs to be addressed is our microbiome, which makes up more of our body that our human cells.  Your microbiome is actually non-human cells known as bacteria. Microbiome exists in about 90% of your body — the more diverse the microbiome, the better your health and the stronger your immune system.  If you want to avoid illnesses this fall, you need to start at the gut.

What is your Microbiome?

The microbiome is an individual’s specific set of bacteria that lives in your intestines. It makes up about 90% of the cells in people’s body. It’s like your own personal eco-system and has a significant effect on your overall health. It helps regulate your gut, health, mood, energy, and mental function. When your microbiome is unbalanced, that’s when you see adverse effects on people’s health.

How can gut health boost immunity?

Over the summer, my children and I indulge in things we don’t often eat. Foods with added sugar, process high-calorie foods like chips at barbeques. It’s part of the summer fun. Those food harm your gut health. Most families eat these things daily. It is an epidemic of digestive, autoimmune, and metabolic disorders starting at young ages.  There are studies on how diet can affect emotional disorders like anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and it is our microbiome affecting the way people digest and other health ailments like:

  • Heart health
  • Immunity
  • Bone development 
  • Brain function
  • Metabolism 

Unless we have our microbiome is balanced, makes it more susceptible to health issues. Did you know that scientist consider the gut our “Second brain”? According to Michael Berman, author of the book Second Brain, They’re neurons lining our intestines that is so extensive some scientists have nicknamed it our “second brain.”

 When you feel something in your gut or get butterflies in your stomach that is a real physical reaction from these neurons, nerves found in the gut influences our emotions! We really need to find a way to have a better balance on nutrition and try to reduce the foods that are causing our bodies to dysfunction. 

What do you need to heal your gut?

For all this reason this is why my family decided to take a 3-month Microbiome restoration. Daily we are adding a Prebiotic to our routine and eating more gut-healing foods. It’s easy to add BiomeBliss to our desserts and snacks because it’s a delicious blueberry flavored drink.  In addition to gut-healthy foods. I am hoping to stave off illness with a healthy microbiome. As we heal our all h gut, we are also boosting our immune system.  As we interact with more people this fall we are protected by our healthy gut.

Other Ways I can heal my gut

There are some people who may read this and think, “That’s nice but I am not going to eat 31 out of the 32 items on this list.” Others might not have access to all the things on this list.  I want to introduce you to a plant-based prebiotic.  By drinking this daily you can get what you need to satisfy your microbes.

The power of a blissful biome!

Biomebliss is a prebiotic drink. It has “three key nutrients”; inulin, polyphenols and beta-glucan. These three ingredients feed the microbes; encourages healthy bacteria to grow and support your immune system.  Prebiotics are important because they increase the diversity of your microbiome. When your microbiome is diverse your in better health. Adding prebiotics daily can encourage your body to thrive and helps fuel the probiotics that exist in your body and you add by eating gut-healthy foods. We began our journey yesterday. It was easy serving the girls this blueberry drink. Its taste like blueberry and goes well with dairy or non-dairy alternatives like almond milk. It’s even better in a probiotic yogurt because that’s optimal in a good gut health “diet.”

Probiotics are existing in our gut and prebiotics assist them to work more effectively. The combination is not only tasty but easy to add daily to your routine. BiomeBliss has been clinically tested and is also a great aid in weight loss because it keeps you satiated, keeps you regular, improves your gut health and helps support your mealtime blood sugars.


Biome Bliss aids weight loss

Popsicles are a fun way for the kids to try there BiomeBliss. All you do is mix the BiomeBliss pour into popsicle molds, freeze and eat.

That’s Mimi’s request post-dinner and I think a great way to end the day. My family loves gummy bears especially my husband. These easy gummies were a fun way to use you BiomeBliss and it also contains my favorite Great Lakes Gelatin. I added some Lakanto Sweetener. 

I am going to be sharing more about our gut health journey with Biome Bliss and if you’re interested in grabbing your own. Use Code “FAITHFUELED” to get 15 % off your Biome Bliss. 


How are you caring for your gut and boosting your immune system?


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