Is Your Gut Bacteria Making You Fat?
The difference between skinny people and heavy ones might be the bacteria in their belly
Before you run to the grocery store to grab as many as possible, make sure you know what Jerusalem artichokes look like. They aren't really artichokes at all. They're actually the root vegetable of a type of sunflower. While traditional artichokes are a good source of fiber, Jerusalem artichokes have two to three times the amount as the regular variety. If you're trying to kick your gut germs into gear opt for Jerusalems.
SEE NEXT PAGE: Something To Root For