This is video 4 of a 5 part course on how to revitalise the gut and strengthen the immune system with 3 key nutrients.
In today’s video I reveal:
– What Cleopatra threw under the bed before seducing the Roman general Mark Anthony.
– Why we find it harder to digest sugars and carbs as we get older (and suffer from more gas and bloating as result)
– 3 Caribbean fruit to add to your diet for replenishing digestive enzyme levels naturally
If you’ve ever struggled to understand the difference between prebiotics and probiotics… this video reveals the answer.
It also explains why gas, cramps, and bloating gets worse as we get older…
…And how healing their root cause can also help REVERSE the aging clock.
Cleopatra is one of the most famous women in history.
She will forever be known for her legendary beauty and exceptional intellect.
Yet even with these gifts, she still placed her faith in the fertility boosting powers of an ancient root.
A root she spread under her bed when seducing the Roman General Mark Anthony.
Because what she knew then that scientists are only now discovering is that this root was an incredibly potent source of prebiotics.
In today’s video I’m going to talk about prebiotics and another vital nutrient for gut health, digestive enzymes.
And how you can top up your levels naturally through food, rather than waste money on supplements that may barely work.
So why are prebiotics and digestive enzymes so vital for a healthy gut?
Let’s start with digestive enzymes.
Digestive enzymes help break down food in the lower intestine into nutrients.
These nutrients are then absorbed into the bloodstream.
Now the good news is that digestive enzymes are produced in the body naturally.
The bad news is that as we get older we don’t produce as much.
And this can result in symptoms like gas, bloating, and cramps.
Because these all result from your gut not being able to digest food properly.
Thankfully, you can replenish your levels of digestive enzymes through food.
Foods high in digestive enzymes include pineapple, mangoes, and papayas.
Yet there’s another tropical fruit that’s even more potent.
And you can get it for pennies on the dollar in any good food store.
I’ll reveal what it is in tomorrow’s video.
Now let’s talk about prebiotics.
Prebiotics are often confused with probiotics.
Sure, they have similar sounding names.
But they do completely different jobs.
Prebiotics are non-digestible fibers.
This means they can pass all the way through your digestive system until they reach your bowel, where the microbiome is found.
In the microbiome, the healthy bacteria living there love to munch on prebiotics.
So you could say prebiotics are like fertilizer because of how they help healthy bacteria to grow, multiply, and spread.
And this is why you need both probiotics and prebiotics a healthy gut.
Potent natural sources of prebiotics include Dandelion greens, Jerusalem Artichoke, Garlic, onions, leeks, and asparagus.
Yet there’s one natural ingredients that’s the most potent source of prebiotics of all.
It’s the root Cleopatra spread under her bed, which I mentioned at the start of this video.
It’s been used in gut health remedies for over 2,000 years.
And the reason is because it’s rich in a prebiotic fibre called inulin.
Inulin has been found to help slow digestion, increase fullness, and even get rid of cholesterol.
So it’s a real powerpack of gut enriching goodness.
You can find out what this potent prebiotic root is in tomorrow’s video.
Because tomorrow I’m going to share the full recipe for my Ultimate Probiotic Smoothie recipe.
A breakfast drink containing probiotics, prebiotics, and digestive enzymes in their most natural form.
And in greater abundance than most supplements, yet at a fraction of the price.
So if you’d like to get the full recipe and start revitalising your gut in minutes each morning, make sure you watch tomorrow’s video.
Thanks for watching.
If you have any questions pop them in the comments.
And I’ll be back soon with the final video of The Ultimate Probiotic Smoothie program.
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