Recipes

Probiotic Recipes

EXPLORE THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO BOOST YOUR HEALTH Consuming probiotic-rich foods that contain live and active bacterial cultures is a great way to boost the health of your microbiome. Therefore, it makes sense to eat probiotic-rich fermented food on a regular basis. With a wide variety of foods to include it would be easy to accommodate even the most discerning palate, whether it is for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Being aware that digestion starts a long time before our food reaches our stomach and taking time to eat more mindfully, can help to relieve any difficulties we may have with digesting and absorbing the nutrients from our food. It can potentially alleviate uncomfortable and unpleasant digestive symptoms. If you would like to find out more please do not hesitate to contact ProVen Probiotics and speak to our resident in-house nutritionist.
  • Healthy barbecue ideas

    Barbecue season and the temptation to feast on lots of bread and meat has arrived. Whilst this might be appealing, it is likely to affect your digestion and gut transit time and feasting on the following tasty alternatives will be more beneficial for gut health. Skewers with diced salmon or...
  • Vegetable Curry with Quinoa

    This vegetable curry contains anti-inflammatory ingredients such as coconut milk, bone broth, ginger and garlic to support gut healing. The vegetables and quinoa provide fibre to help keep our digestive system running smoothly. Ingredients ▼Method ▼Ingredients ▼ Ingredients Makes 2 servings – add or substitute any vegetables that you prefer...
  • Lunch box ideas - Healthy alternatives

    A healthy lunchbox should include protein, vegetables, fruit and perhaps some other form of carbohydrate and a little something sweet – and a drink (preferably water). Here are some gut-friendly lunch box ideas for each of these elements, which can be used to build a filling and healthy lunchbox every...
  • Start the day with a nutritious breakfast

    Starting the day with a healthy nutritious breakfast helps to set our children (and us) up for the day and also helps to prevent hunger before lunchtime. A healthy breakfast should always include protein and should aim to include at least one (if not two or three) portions of fruit...
  • Healthy snack ideas for you and the kids

    For whenever the kids (or you!) are hungry and need to grab something quickly, here are a few of our gut-friendly and healthy snack ideas for those after-school hunger monsters. Always try and include some protein as this will fill you and your children up more and help you to...
  • Gut friendly ideas for topping your pancakes

    As today is pancake day, there are pancake recipes all over social media today, so we thought we’d focus on some healthy toppings built around supporting gut health. Sweet or savoury? Take your pick and enjoy… Savoury Vegetables contain dietary fibre, which supports digestion and helps feed the friendly bacteria...
  • 3 gut-friendly recipes for kids

    Gut health is key to supporting overall wellness and plays a key role in mental health. More than 90% of the body’s serotonin is produced in the gut, alongside other key neurotransmitters, chemical messengers used by the nervous system to support our mood and mental wellbeing. Thus, healthy digestion supports...
  • Bone Broth: The Ultimate Gut-supporting Recipe

    The number one recipe cited for gut support is chicken stock or broth. It is nutrient-dense, easy to digest and supports gut health. Simmering the bones and ligaments over a long period lets them release nutrients such as amino acids, fats, glucosamine, gelatin and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus...

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