Rise by Lumiara
January 5, 2023
Here’s the great news.
You don’t have to change a single thing about your diet to feel the effects of Rise supplements.
When taken as directed, Rise will improve your gut and your skin no matter your age or skin type.
HOWEVER, if you want to AMPLIFY the results, and perhaps accelerate your pathway to smoother bowel movements, more energy, and clearer, youthful skin…
Here are a few feel good foods I recommend to my patients to support a healthy Gut-Skin Connection.
Fermented foods such as yogurt, kefir, and kimchi contain beneficial bacteria that can help improve the balance of the microbiome in the gut – which, in turn supports healthy skin.
And you don’t have to eat them by the jar full. You can make minor adjustments such as topping your hot dog with sauerkraut as Sauerkraut is among the top foods that promote a healthy gut.
Plus, eating fermented foods isn’t the only pathway clearer skin. Feel free to wash down your ballpark frank with a cold crisp beer. That’s right. Surprisingly, studies show that fermented drinks like beer and kombucha (when consumed in moderation of course) can also improve gut and skin health!
Prebiotics are non-digestible fibers that serve as food for the beneficial, or happy bacteria in the gut. They are not themselves probiotics, but they can help to promote the grown and activity of the good bacteria that are already present in the gut. Examples of foods that are rich in prebiotics include garlic, onions, leaks, and asparagus, and artichokes.
Certain fruits, such as oranges, lemons and grapefruits are a good source of vitamin C, which is important for the health of the skin. It’s widely known that Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps protect the skin from external damage. However, many citrus fruits contain other nutrients such as fiber, folate, and potassium, that improve both the skin and the gut.
Bone broth is a rich source of collagen, which is the protein that helps support the structure and function of the skin. Additionally, bone broth contains other nutrients such as amino acids and minerals that have also proven to be beneficial for the gut.
Omega- 3 Fatty Acids:
Omega 3-fatty acids are essential fats. Our bodies require essential fatty acids (EFAs) for good gut and skin health. However, unlike some other nutrients, humans cannot synthesize or produce them on our own, we must ingest them. Omega 3 fatty acids can be found in fish such as salmon, sardines, and mackerel.
If fish isn’t your thing, Omega-3s can also be found in flax seeds, chia seeds, and walnuts.