What does gut repair and hair color have in common?
Well, turns out when I typed in #anthocyaninin the IG search one finds way more amazing hair colors than one does blueberries.
So there’s that.
But really, outside of rocking’ purple hair, anthocyanins also relate to the pigments found in foods such as blueberries and purple cabbage and besides making your food really pretty, these pigments also offer our bodies a potent dose of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Two of my functional nutrition clients are currently working with me on their issues with leaky gut.
I wanted to create an easy and tasty functional food ally for them that really packs a gut healing punch.
When it comes to gut healing we want all the anti-inflammatory functional food allies we can stuff in our quiver.
In addition to anthocyanins, blueberries contain quercitin which is a flavonoid with a particularly strong anti-inflammatory effect. And if that wasn’t good enough, studies have found t...