It is said that for good health, you must have a good gut. Your gut microbiome is not only significant for good digestion but can play a significant role in improving skin health, sex drive, energy levels and hormone balance. When your gut health is out of form, it can disturb your entire body function and even negatively influence your mood. Many chronic and autoimmune diseases are also linked with microbial imbalance.
Lack of activity, your dietary choices and lifestyle habits, a lot of things can affect your gut health. But the good news is that your microbiome can quickly change within two to four days of eating right. Celebrity Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar recently took to her Instagram handle to share a simple home remedy that can promote the growth of good bacteria in your gut: Have curd set with raisins.