I wanted to share this article, many times journalists, even of the health informed get things wrong, but this is a good one. ;)www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/healthyeating/11583795/How-to-take-care-of-your-digestive-system-an-expert-guide.html
-"Raw food takes one and half times more energy to break down than cooked. In a healthy gut that’s fine, but if your digestion is taxed it can trigger problems."
-It does not "have to be a “perfectly formed” stool – normality is anything from putty to Maltesers. So long as you pass it easily it is OK."
-"I also suggest people with poor gut health drink a daily cup of bone broth. It is packed with minerals and collagen that help restore the integrity of the gut lining."
-"Products containing many billions of bacteria are also not necessarily better. If you take a super-strength probiotic you are flooding your gut with new inhabitants. This can shock the system and lead to bloating."