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Vegetable & Ginger Casserole

Ginger is not only a delicious flavour, it’s warming and can help lower inflammation in the gut, too. Use a selection of different vegetables for this casserole, whatever you have in the refrigerator. Swede, carrots, parsnips, turnips, pumpkin or butternut squash, celeriac, leek, fennel and celery are all good choices. Set aside half the finished dish for lunch tomorrow.

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Super Stir-fry with Miso Soup

This Asian-inspired dish is super-delicious. The ginger will help stabilize blood sugar and is an anti-inflammatory. We’ve added a cup of miso soup on the side to boost the probiotic benefits. You can drink it before or alongside this meal. Save half the stir-fry for lunch tomorrow.

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Coconut Cinnamon Chia Pot

Asparagus, especially raw, is so good for your gut. It contains a special type of fibre called inulin, which is a prebiotic food for your microbiota. If you don’t fancy eating it raw, you can lightly steam it. Boost bacteria levels by adding a spoonful of fermented pickles on the side.

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Shaved Asparagus Salad

Asparagus, especially raw, is so good for your gut. It contains a special type of fibre called inulin, which is a prebiotic food for your microbiota. If you don’t fancy eating it raw, you can lightly steam it. Boost bacteria levels by adding a spoonful of fermented pickles on the side.

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