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This powerful age-old Indian probiotic will help improve your gut health

Lifestyle coach Luke Coutinho recently shared a gut-friendly food that you must try.

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
September 14, 2021 5:30:30 pm
gut healthTry this simple and quick recipe for an improved gut health. (Source: Pixabay)

While people have finally started focusing on building their immunity, not many realise that the secret to good health lies in the gut. It is believed that a healthy gut invariably means a healthy mind and body. Hence, it is extremely important to keep the gut healthy and working with proper dietary measures.

As such, lifestyle coach Luke Coutinho recently shared an age-old effective Indian probiotic and gut-friendly food that you must try. Take a look at what he had to say.

“Soak some left-over cooked and cooled white rice in water in a clay pot overnight post-evening. Eat a tablespoon or more on an empty stomach in the morning,” he suggested.

He added that consuming this rice is usually great when done five to seven days in a row.

Listing the various benefits, he wrote, “This is great during and after antibiotics and post-surgery. It keeps your gut clean, healthy and well-populated. It works for you in every way — from immunity and hormones to inflammation and much more.”

However, diabetics should make an informed decision, Coutinho suggested.

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