Over 72% of adults regularly experience gastrointestinal issues, and more than half don’t seek a solution. But what many people downplay as simply having a “stomach that feels a little off” could be a sign of a gut imbalance.




Over 72% of adults regularly experience gastrointestinal issues, and more than half don’t seek a solution. But what many people downplay as simply having a “stomach that feels a little off” could be a sign of a gut imbalance.




  1. Bloating & excess gas
  2. Pain or uncomfortable fullness after eating
  3. Frequent indigestion, constipation, or diarrhea
  4. Fatigue & brain fog
  5. Sugar cravings or frequent hunger


Sound familiar? Everyone experiences these symptoms occasionally, but if you deal with them frequently, it could be your body’s way of telling you that something is off. Let’s take a closer look.



1. You’re Constantly Bloated And Gassy.


Do you find yourself struggling with uncomfortable bloating and gas? While these symptoms might seem normal, you shouldn’t be experiencing them every day. Frequent bloating and gas might be a sign of poor digestion or bacteria buildup.

2. You Experience Stomach Pain After Eating.


Stomach cramps can mean a number of things, but if you’re doubled over in pain after every meal, the issue is your gut. Indigestion, inflammation, and food intolerances are likely culprits of frequent stomach pain. Try to pay attention to which foods trigger your cramps, and eliminate them from your diet until your gut is fully restored.


3. You Struggle With Constipation Or Diarrhea.

Let’s face it, bathroom talk is never fun. But when it comes to your gut health, it’s the #1 indicator something is off. Diarrhea is a sign of infection or bacterial overgrowth, while constipation is often due to low fiber intake.

4. You Regularly Experience Brain Fog & Fatigue


Poor focus and low energy? Believe it or not, these symptoms could be directly related to your gut. Several studies show that bacteria and viruses found in the gastrointestinal tract can have a huge impact on our energy levels and concentration.


5. You Have Intense Sugar Cravings.

Do you have a sweet tooth? Or is your gut trying to communicate with you? The average adult hosts about 100 trillion types of bacteria, both good and bad, inside their gut. And some bacteria thrive off of sugar. But too much sugar can cause an imbalance in your microbiome and lead to several gut issues.



95% of Americans don’t consume enough fiber every single day, which makes it really hard for your body to keep things moving smoothly through your system. The good bacteria in your gut also rely on fiber. They feed on it and can’t thrive without it. Without sufficient good digestive bacteria, the bad bacteria move in and take over, leaving you with a gut imbalance.


Ready for the good news? Making a few key lifestyle changes can improve your gut health. They include:


  • Eating more nutrient-rich whole foods
  • Cutting back on sugar
  • Reducing stress
  • Getting enough sleep


Taking a daily probiotic (which replenishes the good bacteria) and a daily prebiotic (which allows the good bacteria to flourish) can also help.




Grateful Gut is a daily prebiotic superfood mix designed to support your gut health and improve your digestion. Made with only 6 organic, whole-food ingredients, Grateful Gut is nature’s solution to less bloat, less inflammation, and less stomach pain.

Each serving contains 4 grams of fiber—that’s 20% of your daily recommended intake!—and natural digestive enzymes so your body can do what it does best: absorb nutrients from your food and easily get rid of the rest. So if you’re one of the 95% of Americans who struggle to eat at least 25-30 grams of fiber per day, you have to try Gut Feeling. Take it once a day, either first-thing in the morning or after a heavy meal, and see what a difference improved digestion has on your overall health. Most people see improvement in just 2-4 days. Consistency is the key, and the more you take it, the better you’ll feel.

“The connection between gut health, the immune system, and overall well-being has been proven again and again – it’s time to take it seriously. That’s why we created Gut Feeling – a natural prebiotic mix designed to restore your gut and improve your health.”


-Kristel De Groot

The mix consists of 6 naturally dried superfood ingredients including:


  • Celery - antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and alkalizing properties that help restore digestive health
  • Jerusalem Artichoke - a great source of fiber called inulin, which is a prebiotic to help the healthy bacteria in your gut multiply and flourish
  • Lemon Balm - an herb that promotes relaxation and helps reduce stress, gas, and bloating
  • Lemon - can neutralize stomach acid and also helps regulate digestive enzymes
  • Apple - contains soluble fiber and amylase, a digestive enzyme that helps digest starches
  • Ginger - has anti-inflammatory properties and protease, a digestive enzyme that helps digest protein


If you’re ready to put gas, bloating, indigestion, stomach pains, and in the past and start taking care of your gut health, try Grateful Gut Mix.

But don’t just take it from us! Hear what others have to say about Gut Feeling:


“I didn’t think I had poor digestion until I started taking this mix regularly—I can’t believe how much better I feel!”

- Melinda G.


“Love the taste of Gut Feeling! Other celery juices I've tried have an overpowering celery taste that is hard to drink, but Gut Feeling has a smooth, fresh taste balanced with citrus, apple and ginger.”

- Amanda C.


All Your Super mixes are:

Kristel De Groot

Co-Founder, Your Super