This ginger pear smoothie is loaded with fiber, will hydrate you first thing in the morning, and is perfect for breaking your fast, thanks to the digestive aid of ginger and mint. Add UltraInflamX to rid your body of what it doesn't need, and CollaGEN to give it what it does!
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Fiber is crucial for pushing waste through the digestive tract and removing toxins from the body. It also acts as a prebiotic, meaning it is food for our good gut bacteria. Having thriving gut bacteria is essential for digestion, immunity, and mental health. Many believe gut health is the backbone of our overall health, and science supports that claim.
In addition to their high fiber content, pears are also rich in vitamin C, which helps our body produce collagen. Vitamin C consumption cues the body’s DNA to create and maintain its collagen, which is particularly important as we age. Collagen helps keep skin smooth and elastic, improves gut health, and is vital for joint function.
Both mint and ginger have been used medicinally for centuries, emphasizing their benefits to digestion. Mint helps relax the muscles of the digestive system, relieving bloat and constipation as a result. This relaxation can also help improve the pain and discomfort associated with IBS. Ginger soothes the digestive system thanks to its gingerol content. Gingerol is a compound that helps relieve nausea and may help fight the flu. Ginger has been shown to help speed up the emptying of the stomach, which may help fight indigestion related to sluggish digestion.
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Usually when patients walk through the door of the clinic, they're greeted with wonderful aromatherapy. But, if you've walked in like, "What's that stinky smell?", you probably caught us making our favorite lunch - Brussel Sprouts. This is one of the RHC Team Favorites! We make this dish for lunch multiple times per week because it's so good and good for us!
Try it out yourself and leave us a comment below!
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