Gut-friendly recipes and expert tips for Love Your Gut Week

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It's Love Your Gut Week! Eat well and feel better with these expert tips and recipes

Love Your Gut Week is back! Empowering everyone to take better care of their gut, through expert tips, delicious recipes and handy resources.

The gut is one of the most important organs in the body so keeping it healthy is crucial to our overall wellbeing.

The gut has the power to impact everything – from our mood to immunity and weight. That's why it's vital to give it the love and attention it deserves.

This year, Love Your Gut has launched a brand-new Eating Well guide, which includes expert comment, cookery school tips and gut-friendly recipe inspiration, all of which can help you give your gut the love and attention it deserves!

3 ways to better gut health
From dietitian Jo Travers

Doctor-recommended gut-friendly recipes
From Dr Joan Ransley

Looking after your gut doesn't have to be tricky.

Many foods that are an integral part of a gut-healthy diet, such as oats, beans, vegetables, and nuts, are likely to be in your cupboard or fridge already.

It's these ingredients that can form the base for nutritious meals which not only taste great, but can also assist your everyday wellbeing.

To help inspire everyone to cook the gut-friendly way, Dr Joan Ransley has developed new tasty recipes, from a tofu scramble that's perfect for breakfast, to a green salad with edamame beans and more.

See the recipes here

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