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    The Wild Guide To Gut Health

    Read our CEO's note: Our Commintment To Gut Health

    “All disease begins in the gut”

    — Hippocrates

    If you had to boil down the majority of gut issues to a core problem, it would be a low stomach acid—also known as HCL, which stands for hydrochloric acid.


    Signs of low stomach acid: 

    • Poor digestion
    • Bloating & gas
    • Fatigue
    • Aging
    • Parasite overgrowth - SIBO, candida

    What causes low HCL?

    1. Lack of animal protein. Low protein consumption results in low HCL excretion.
    2. Lack of nutrients related to eating animal foods → zinc, B-vitamins.

    3. Low sodium intake is also linked to stomach acid production. Low salt diets are stressful to the body and nonsense, having nothing to do with hypertension (the few bad studies are bunk).
    4. Pharmaceuticals, toxins, stress, alcohol, high-carb diets
    5. You've heard the phrase: you are what you eat. But it should be: you are what you absorb.

    Leaky Gut

    I firmly believe that every modern human living in an industrialized society has some form of leaky gut. That currently hidden epidemic has become "normal" to cope with.

    It's not natural, even though it may be normal.

    Inside our bellies is a large area of the intestinal lining, more than 4,000 square feet. When it's working correctly, it forms a tight barrier that controls what gets absorbed into the bloodstream. 

    If the gut lining isn't healthy, it may have big cracks or holes that let partially digested food, toxins, and bugs into the tissues below. This could cause inflammation, and changes to the normal bacteria in the gut (gut flora) could cause problems in the digestive tract and elsewhere.

    Strengthening your gut lining is a multi-step process:

    First is elimination—eliminating gut stressors is the most important thing. As with most health recommendations, not what you add but what you take away has the most impact. In this case, that includes the following:

    Avoid toxic and intolerant foods that attack the gut. These include:

    • Reduce fiber - seeds, nuts, legumes, grains, and cruciferous veggies
    • seed oils
    • sugar
    • Conventional dairy products
    • alcohol
    • tap water and water in plastic bottles
    • Alkaline water (you want an acidic gut, and high PH water lowers gut acidity)
    • carbonated beverages
    • Lower or cut coffee and tea intake (some herbal teas are ok)
    • Processed and refined foods

    The second step is about adding to your diet:

    • Fulvic acid - an antioxidant powerhouse that heals and strengthens the gut lining
    • Magnesium
    • prepro
    • eat slower
    • eat fermented foods
    • More collagen and collagen-boosting foods

    Gut and Lifestyle

    Finally, gut health and overall health are intertwined, so what you do for "health" is what you do for "gut health."

    Here are the basics of a healthy gut-healing lifestyle:

    1. Lots of sleep
    2. Plenty of sunlight - vitamin D
    3. Physical activity
    4. Eat plenty of animal proteins
    5. Avoid major environmental stressors (Food, alcohol, stress, unfiltered water, etc.)
    6. Manage stress
    7. Get outside as much as possible (barefoot, get dirty)
    8. Balance your light nutrition (read more about this here and consider adding a red light on the belly + body routine to your stack)

    Gut Healing Foods

    Eat as many of these as possible. That's really all there is to it.

    • Egg yolks
    • Bone broth
    • Coconut oil
    • MCT Oil
    • ACV
    • Aloe vera juice
    • Animal protein
    • Collagen
    • Cod liver oil
    • Lemon/lime
    • Raw milk
    • Pears/kiwi/banana
    • Raw carrots (eat a lot)
    • RAW CARROT SALAD WITH MCT/coconut oil, ACV, salt, Activated charcoal, garlic, olive oil, ginger
    • Oysters
    • Seafood
    • Raw honey

    Gut-Supporting Supplements

    These each require a guide of their own, so do your research and then test in your routine slowly and attentively. 

                                          Gut-Supporting Recipes

                                          More recipes coming soon! For now, start with the morning gut elixir. That'll take you a long way.

                                          The Morning Wild Gut Elixir

                                          • 8oz water
                                          • Fulvic
                                          • ACV / lemon / lime
                                          • Dash pink salt
                                          • Oxy mag half cap - 1 TBSP
                                          • 1/8 TSP cream of tartar
                                          • 1/8 TSP Master Blend

                                          Optional upgrades

                                          • Collagen
                                          • MCT


                                          Let's review the gut health protocol. 

                                          First, you eliminate foods that attack your gut. These foods are universal to most people, while others will be more dependent on their biology. 

                                          Next, you add gut-supporting foods and supplements to your routine. Finally, you incorporate the basics of a healthy lifestyle—all those things you should already be doing. You can't skimp on this list if you're serious about improving your gut health. It's not a pick-and-choose thing—it's a holistic, everything-together thing. 

                                          According to research, the best way to build a habit is to have environmental cues to help those habits trigger every day until they solidify into a habit. That's where the reWild gut bundle comes in perfectly. 

                                          This fundamental stack will serve as the foundation for your gut health program. Get the intro bundle today, and also check out the monthly refill subscription, so you never run out.