Gut Health Hack Snack with Cucumbers


"It's loooonng and it's strong and it's about to get the digestion on! ;)"

Cucumber Crunch is the easiest thing when you're looking to #BeatTheBloat, increase digestion and put another notch in your water tracker. Packed with phytonutrients, pretty much an entire multivitamin as well as being 95% water, makes the cucumber the snack of champions. 

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Goods to Get



  1. In a glass dish with a lid (not plastic as acid leaches BPA out of plastic) combine all ingredients.

  2. Layer one layer of cucumbers and then pour on the ACV and salt.

  3. Then add another layer until all ingredients are used up.

  4. Close the lid to the container and shake that baby till all the cucumbers are coated.

  5. You can eat these immediately or store them in the fridge.


Product Perks


Cucumbers contain Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium and Zinc. Who needs a multivitamin if you're digesting like a goddess and eating vitamin packed produce? 

Not digesting like a goddess? Snag The Delicious Detox, Gut Refresh so that you can get the best return on your investment. Food for nutrients! 

Cucumbers are made up of 95% water!! They'll help you hydrate, digest and stay fresh! 

These long green things, yep still over talking cucumbers, are a great source of B vitamin and carbohydrates making them the perfect afternoon pick-me-up. No caffeine needed. 

Cucumber slices are filled with phytochemicals that kill bacteria responsible for causing bad breath. They're like a detox for you mouth. A mint without.. well being a mint.

Gut Girl Hack: Forgot gum or mints? Ask your waiter for sliced cucumber on the side. You can sneakily look like you're going to eat it but press it to the roof of your mouth with your tongue for 30 seconds to eliminate the bacteria, helping refresh your breath


Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar or ACV is your stomach acids best sidekick. ACV increases your bodies ability to produce hydrochloric acid (HCI), the vital acid in your stomach. HCI plays a huge role in facilitating protein digestion by converting pepsinogen into the enzyme pepsin, which will helps break down your protein into amino acids. It also promotes the digestion of the other macros, carbs and fats. It stimulates the release of pancreatic enzymes and bile into the small intestine increasing your absorption of carbs, fats, vitamin A and E! 

So without adequate stomach acid, food is incompletely digested and nutrients are not properly assimilated. This is a BIG. DEAL.

You aren’t what you eat, you are what you digest!!
— Chanelle Cozette Doyle