Easy and tasty recipes for a healthy gut

Easy and tasty recipes for a healthy gut

Your gut health can make or break your overall health! A good and happy stomach can improve your immunity, regulate weight, boost metabolism and make you feel better while reducing your risk of chronic disease. It’s not wrong to say that your belly health is a big deal and that’s why filling up on healthy and nutritious foods with the amalgamation of a variety of nutrients is one of the effective ways to maintain good gut health and overall well-being. Here we bring you delicious, flavorful recipes that are enriched with gut-healthy nutrients that are quite easy to prepare.

  1. orange raita



  • Add the curds to a vessel and beat well until smooth

  • Now add the orange pulp, salt and pepper and mix well.

  • Once done, take another pan and heat oil in it and leave the rye and kadhi patta in it until the crackling sound disappears.

  • Take this tadka and drop it over the pulpy curds.

  • Garnish with mint leaves and serve.

  1. Beetroot buttermilk


  • 1 beetroot, peeled and diced

  • 1 cup curd

  • 1 cup of water

  • ½ inch ginger, chopped

  • ½ teaspoon cumin seeds, toasted and crushed

  • 5-6 mint leaves

  • Red chili powder to taste

  • Salt and pepper to taste


  • To start, take the beetroot and cook it in the pan under high pressure.

  • When done, let the beetroot cool.

  • Now take a blender and add the curd, water and beetroot. Mix well until a thick consistency is obtained.

  • Now add chili powder, salt, pepper, cumin seeds and ginger to the blender and blend again.

  • Once ready, serve chilled with the mint leaf topping

Red Beet Buttermilk

  1. Kokum Medley

Ingredients needed

  • ½ cup dry kokum

  • 1 glass of water

  • roasted cumin

  • black salt

  • Chopped coriander leaves


  • Start soaking the kokum in water at least one to two hours before making the sharbat.

  • When the kokum is completely soft, remove it from the water and mash it finely and strain the water.

  • Now take a pan and add the remaining kokum in it along with roasted cumin and black salt.

  • Stir the ingredients well until they melt

  • Add the remaining kokum water to the pan and stir the mixture well until it comes to a boil.

  • When you’re done, remove it from the stove and let the mixture cool.

  • Once cooled, strain the mixture and extract all the juice properly.

  • Now drain the juice into a container and keep it in the fridge to cool.

  • Once cooled, take the mixture out and add a glass of chilled water and ice and enjoy.

Kokum Medley

  1. Vegan Overnight Oats



  • Take a bowl or jar and put the oatmeal together with the nut milk and mix it together.

  • Now sprinkle the chia seeds and salt and stir well until everything is combined.

  • Keep it overnight in the fridge.

  • Mix well before consumption.

Vegan Overnight Oats

Try these recipes mentioned above for the daily dose of prebiotics, fiber and various other nutrients. Let us know which one is your favorite!

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