Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

7 simple things a top nutrition scientist who studies the gut microbiome does to stay healthy

30 Plants a Week: Aim for a variety of nuts, seeds, pulses, whole grains, spices, herbs, fruits, and vegetables to diversify your gut microbiome.

Eat the Rainbow: Consume a spectrum of brightly colored fruits and vegetables rich in polyphenols to support gut health.

Fermented Foods Daily: Include fermented foods in your diet, such as kefir, yogurt, and fermented vegetables, to enhance gut-microbe diversity.

Time-Restricted Eating: Limit your eating to a 10- to 12-hour window to allow microbes a "good night's sleep," aiding gut health.

Reduce Ultraprocessed Foods: Minimize consumption of ultraprocessed foods, opting for homemade alternatives to promote overall health and reduce associated risks.

Diverse Gut Microbiome: Eating 30 different plants in a week promotes gut-microbiome diversity, linked to longevity and better health.

Avoid Ultraprocessed Foods: Reduce intake of ultraprocessed foods, which has been associated with various health concerns including an increased risk of cancer and dementia.