Aubergine & Tomato Pasta

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If you struggle with uncontollable weight gain… erratic blood sugar… and drained of energy a lot…

A key cause is likely lack of dietary fibre.

We need fibre to slow down our digestion. Fibre also helps feed the healthy bacteria living inside our gut, collectively known as the ‘microbiome’.

But sadly, highly processed foods either lack any fibre at all, or have been refined so much there’s barely any fibre left.

The good news is you can easily top up your fibre levels…

And reverse all sorts of health issues in the process…

Simply by eating more fibre rich fruits, veggies and whole grains.

Aubergines (a.k.a. eggplants) are rich sources of dietary fibre.

They are also a good source of vitamins B1 and B6 and potassium… along with minerals copper, magnesium and manganese.

However, aubergines are in the night shade family. So some people can react badly to them.

This reflects how everyone’s guts are different. And finding the best foods to eat can be a trial and error process.

What is universal, however, is that eating foods that come in their own packaging (i.e. skin) is always going to be healthier than living off foods packaged in a tin or box.


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