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Prebiotic and Probiotic Dinner Recipes | Lectin Free Recipe Ideas

Prebiotic dinner recipes like frozen artichoke hearts from trader joe’s are one of the best foods for gut health.

Artichoke hearts from trader joe’s leeks mushrooms and parsley have an amazing combination of powerful plants and prebiotic foods. This combination gives your gut bacteria a healthy boost.

This prebiotic-packed meal dinner is a Lectin Free Dinner Vegan Recipe – Gluten Free delicious hot meal.

Prebiotic rich foods keep your gut and digestive system healthy. They strengthen your gut health by increasing good bacteria that help ward off pathogens in your intestinal tract and help with constipation. Leeks and artichoke hearts are prebiotic food and mushroom is fantastic source of protein vitamins minerals and antioxidants.

 

Keep your gut healthy with Prebiotic and Probiotic Dinner

My dear friends welcome back to Manana’s Kitchen Lectin Free

Today’s prebiotic recipe is very important. We need to keep our gut healthy with prebiotic and probiotic food.

This recipe is about how to make a quick gut healthy prebiotic dinner with only 4 ingredients plus seasoning. Cut all ingredients mix and bake.

Bellow, you can watch step by step video of a prebiotic dinner recipe made up of artichoke hearts from trader joe’s.

 

Quick Vegan Dinner Ideas for Busy Individuals

We all are busy and we need quick dinner ideas. This dish is perfect for your healthy and busy lifestyle as the dish is so easy and so delicious.

 

List of Handful Ingredients

you will need 4 ingredients + seasoning

  •  1 Cup of Leeks
  • 1 Cup of Frozen artichoke hearts (i buy mine @ trader joe’s)
  • 1 Cup of Mushrooms (preferably shitake)
  • 1/2 Cup of Parsley

Seasoning

  • 1 tea spoon of iodized sea salt
  • 1 tea spoon of black pepper
  • 5 tbl spoon extra virgin olive oil
  • Baking time –  35 min @ 350

Gut Healthy Meal – Dinner Recipe

The recipe is served for 2 people. Follow the steps and enjoy the super-delicious prebiotic dinner. The steps are below.

Step 1. Combine all ingredients

In one big bowl combine all the ingredients such as 1 a cup of the frozen heart of artichokes, 1 cup of leeks 1 cup of mushroom 1/2 cup of parsley.

Step 2.  seasoning

season with 1 teaspoon of iodized sea salt, 1 teaspoon of black paper, and 5 tablespoons of olive oil.

Step 3. Baking

mix everything very well and bake for 35 min @ 350 and enjoy this delicious prebiotic dish.

Importance of Prebiotic rich foods

Prebiotic food is vital to maintain the overall health of your body. Some important benefits of prebiotic food are below.

  • Prebiotics keep your gut and digestive system healthy.
  • They strengthen your gut health by increasing good bacteria
  • Prebiotic food wards off pathogens in your intestinal tract
  • and helps with constipation
  • Leeks and artichoke hearts are prebiotic rich foods.
  • The mushroom is a fantastic source of protein vitamins minerals and antioxidants.
  • After you consume this prebiotic dinner you will feel that you consumed a healthy meal.
  • It just feels good and it is so delicious.
  • Improve the overall gastrointestinal health.

What are Prebiotics and Why are They Important for Our Gut Health?

  • Prebiotics are to probiotics as what fertilizer is to a garden in our gut. They are the foods that nourish the healthy bacteria and help them to set up shop and thrive in your GI tract. Incorporating foods that are high in prebiotic fibers into your diet is an essential part of supporting a balanced microbiome.

Here are some links for you:

🌱LINK FOR CALIFORNIA OLIVE OIL – I trust this brand for olive oil

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🌱LINK FOR IODIZED SEA SALT – Dr. Gundry recommends using Iodized sea salt, it is not sold in every store, here is a link for you

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📚📖 IMPORTANT If you are new to lectin free lifestyle I highly recommend this book by doctor Gundry to Educate yourself

💡 The Plant Paradox Cookbook: Delicious Recipes to Help You Lose Weight, Heal Your Gut, and Live Lectin-Free this is my favorite book

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