Milk fermented by lactic acid bacteria is used to make yoghurt. It contains probiotics, which promote digestion and keep your gut healthy by living in your digestive tract.

Yogurt

It helps with constipation and diarrhoea by increasing stool volume. It reduces gut infections and colon inflammation.

Apples

Fennel's antispasmodic ingredient relaxes digestive system smooth muscles. This reduces bloating, gas, and cramps.

Fennel

Adding kefir "grains" to milk creates kefir. "Grains" made from yeast, bacteria, and milk have digestive advantages. Kefir consumption reduces intestinal inflammation, improving digestion.

Kefir

Chia seeds are high in fibre and produce a gelatin-like consistency in the stomach. They work like a prebiotic, supporting healthy gut bacteria and digestion.

Chia Seeds

Fermented Kombucha tea. It's prepared by fermenting black or green tea with bacteria, sugar, and yeast for a week or longer .

Kombucha

Papaya contains papain, which is a potent digestive enzyme that contributes to the good digestion of proteins. It may also ease IBS symptoms.

Papaya

A cup (136 grammes) of beets has 3.4 g of fibre. Fiber avoids digestion and goes to the colon, where it nourishes good gut flora or adds bulk to your stool, which aids digestion.

Beets

Peppermint, a Mentha plant, grows worldwide. Peppermint oil is derived from peppermint leaves and improves digestion.

Peppermint

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