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To Juice or not to juice: Digestive health and your skin

March 29, 2015 by Works with Water
Digestive Health

Gut health has had a lot of press lately as having an imbalance in the gut has now been linked to causing many health issues from allergies to autoimmune diseases. It highlights the importance of looking after our digestive system for our overall health and sense of wellbeing. As it is World Digestive Health Day today, we look at easy solutions to boost digestion, helping your body to function at its best.

Drinking vegetable based juices can be a great way to get your five-a-day. However, do such drinks help our gut as well? It can do indeed, but the key is to make sure they are high in fibre. Using a juicer takes out a lot of the fibre content so it is better to blend your ingredients and incorporate the whole vegetable and fruit. That way you get all the nutrients and vitamins as well as the extra fibre, which aids digestion and is also key for good skin health. Fibre can help move yeast and fungus out of the body, preventing them from being excreted through your skin where they could trigger acne or skin rashes.

Anyone who has tried to create a vegetable juice by blending ingredients will know that it can be rather time-consuming. If you are looking for a shortcut, why not try our natural skin supplements help: clear skin and help: clear skin MEN, that contain oligofructose, a natural source of soluble fibre derived from the chicory root. Packed in handy sachets they can be added to any drink or soft food and are tasteless and colourless, so an easy and hassle free solution to increase your fibre intake, improve your skin plus boost your digestive health.

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