There is growing scientific evidence that a healthy microbiome has high microbial richness (number of different species in the microbiome), high microbial diversity (how diverse and evenly distributed the species are) and has high numbers of beneficial gut bacteria such as Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, Akkermansia, Faecalibacterium, Roseburia, etc.
You can achieve a healthy microbiome by changing your lifestyle, prioritizing anti-inflammatory foods, fasting, taking some important supplements, avoiding a sedentary lifestyle (with moments of movement during the day or doing regular physical activity) and avoiding stress (with moments of reflection and relaxation during the day).
With some dietary and lifestyle changes it is possible to change the bacteria present in the gut and the microbiota will begin to regenerate in a short time. It will only take 3 weeks to notice significant differences in your body and well-being.

With the “Stargut Wellness Program”, which involves changes in diet and lifestyle (regular movement and adoption of stress reduction strategies), it is possible to change the bacteria present in the gut and the microbiota will begin to regeneration in a few weeks.

When we eat foods that keep the microbiota in balance, our metabolism works at maximum efficiency and our body, almost effortlessly, maintains, for example, the ideal weight, as hunger decreases. Energy levels increase, intellectual and physical performance increases, digestion problems, sleep, stress, anxiety and depression tend to disappear, and at the same time, healthier and shinier skin and hair are developed, delaying the aging process.

It is possible to say that when good bacteria flourish in our gut, the human being flourishes. When they fight, the human being fights. When we lead a healthy lifestyle and “help” the good bacteria, we create a symbiotic relationship. This relationship, where there is mutual benefit, between us and our bacteria, results in a strong immune system and, consequently, a healthier and better quality of life. An unhealthy lifestyle leads our body to a state of systemic inflammation, which is responsible for a large part of today’s most prevalent diseases.

The job now is to take care of the good bacteria and prevent the bad ones from taking over! This is the secret to live a happy and healthy life… this is the “Stargut Wellness Program”! Your body will thank you and gives it back!

The “Stargut Wellness Program” is suitable for all types of people, with the exception of the following conditions: age under 18, eating disorders, pregnant or breastfeeding women, history or presence of cancer, endocrine diseases (e.g., hypothyroidism), cardiovascular diseases, renal diseases and metabolic diseases (e.g., diabetes). People with the aforementioned conditions should consult their medical doctor before deciding to undertake the program.
There are no associated risks for healthy people. There are some symptoms that are normal and that some people may experience in the first days of the program. When starting this program, there is a set of physical and psychological changes that can be felt through symptoms such as hunger, food cravings, headaches, dizziness, lethargy and irritability, among others. These are normal symptoms in adaptation processes and tend to disappear as the body adjusts to the new, healthier lifestyle. After the adaptation process, which can last between one to four weeks, the body tends to stabilize and you will feel more energetic, less hungry, less indisposed and above all happier. We will have at your disposal a communication channel in which you will be accompanied and guided so that you can ask any questions you may have during the process.
This program is ideal for those with food cravings; food intolerances; difficulty sleeping; lack of energy and chronic tiredness; frequent migraine; reduced immunity (frequent colds and flu); frequent infections; low levels of concentration; low physical condition; overweight or obesity; difficulty losing weight; difficult digestions; excessive flatulence; frequent abdominal bloating; abdominal pain; frequent diarrhea; constipation; heartburn; muscle and/or joint pain; skin problems (eczema, acne, psoriasis, etc.); depression, anxiety and mood swings.
You will get to know your body and be in control of your health; learn to adopt healthy lifestyle habits; get to know the foods that are harmful and beneficial for your body; lose weight and improve your body composition; decrease inflammation of the gut and the body in general; decrease bloating and abdominal pain; increase the frequency of visits to the bathroom; decrease other gut symptoms such as diarrhea and flatulence; improve mental disposition; improve physical fitness; increase energy levels; sleep better; wake up feeling less tired; control anxiety, reduce daily stress and improve mood.
You can contact the Stargut team via E-mail or WhatsApp, where a “Health Coach” will provide you with the necessary assistance.
Any healthy person over the age of 18 can participate in the program.
If you do not have associated diseases, you do not need to consult a doctor. However, whether to undertake the “Stargut Wellness Program” or in any other circumstance in life, you should have a health check-up frequently.
Normally, a woman’s metabolism slows down during menopause because estrogen and progesterone levels change, a normal condition that is part of the normal aging process. This hormonal change causes many women to gain weight. They may also become less insulin sensitive (i.e., develop insulin resistance) and may experience other symptoms such as anxiety, mood swings, fatigue or even difficulty maintaining a good sleep routine. The good news is that this program and especially fasting is the ideal tool to help menopausal women as it is an effective program for weight loss, helps maintain a healthy weight in the long term, increases insulin sensitivity, resistance to stress, anxiety control, improves mood and has a positive effect on sleep quality.
Healthy fasting is an eating pattern that alternates between periods of fasting and eating, that is, those who practice it only eat during a specific time, fasting for the rest of the period. It does not specify which foods to eat, but when to eat them, so it is not considered a diet, but a food strategy.
Healthy fasting has numerous health benefits, of which we can highlight the optimization of body composition, improvement of the digestive system, intellectual and cognitive performance, physical performance, sleep, immune system and mental health.

Fasting presents itself as a very powerful weapon for the recovery and maintenance of the health of the microbiome, presenting the following benefits:

  • Increase in microbial richness (number of different species in the microbiome) and microbial diversity (how diverse and evenly distributed are the species);
  • Increased levels of beneficial gut bacteria such as Akkermansia, Faecalibacterium and Roseburia;
  • Reduction of SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth);
  • Reduction of inflammation, important in cases of leaky gut;
  • Production of beneficial microbial compounds known as short-chain fatty acids, which are associated with improved gut health;
  • Stem cell regeneration, which is associated with gut healing.
Yes, the recommended fasting hours are just that, recommendations. These are recommendations based on scientific evidence with the aim of optimizing the results of the program. If you find it difficult to do the fasting hours, do not give up on the program and seek advice from the Stargut team. There are other aspects of the program that are equally important and that can lead to success. The important thing is to be consistent and to listen to your body.
No, fasting is safe as long as you do not have any of the following conditions: age under 18, eating disorders, pregnant or breastfeeding women, history or presence of cancer, endocrine diseases (e.g., hypothyroidism), cardiovascular diseases, renal diseases and metabolic diseases (e.g., diabetes). You may just experience some initial symptoms such as hunger, food cravings, headaches, dizziness, lethargy and irritability. These symptoms tend to disappear over time.
No, any healthy person over the age of 18 can fast as recommended by the program.
The “Stargut Wellness Program” recommends a maximum of 16 hours of fasting. If you decide to join the program, you will have specific weekly recommendations for fasting. We do not advise to prolong fasting without medical supervision.
The best time to fast is the one that suits your professional and personal life. All fasting schedules are valid as long as you stick to the recommended hours and feel good. Just try not to eat 2-3 hours before bed.
Yes, you can drink water. You can also consume lemon water, water with apple cider vinegar, coffee, tea (e.g., green tea) and electrolytes without added sugars or sweeteners.
Yes, the positive food of the “Stargut Wellness Program” presents several recommendations so that you can decide, when participating in the program, which option is best for you. You will have access to a recipe book that presents several alternatives for each meal.

You should avoid eating processed foods, foods with gluten, and foods with sugar and sweeteners.


Dyes and preservatives in processed foods unbalance the microbiome and put a strain on the gut and liver. These types of foods often contain gluten as a preservative, which is harmful to the gut. They also often contain soy, which can cause immune reactions in people with leaky gut, and it is most often genetically modified. These types of foods also usually contain trans and hydrogenated fats, which cause inflammation.

Foods with gluten should also be avoided, as gluten is a set of proteins, such as glutenin and gliadin (which contains zonulin), which stimulates the opening of tight junctions in the gut walls and causes leaky gut.

Foods with sugar and sweeteners are harmful to the microbiome because they feed bad bacteria and unbalance the gut microbiota.

The practice of physical activity contributes to the stimulation of immune cell function such as T lymphocytes, to the increase of interleukin 6 (IL-6) with anti-inflammatory action and also contributes to the increase of immunity through the increase of anti-inflammatory cytokines, immunoglobulins and neutrophils.

Yes, it is safe to do physical activity on an empty stomach. You should choose the time that best suits your preferences and, above all, you should listen to your body so that you can maintain a routine that is sustainable in the long term.

Practicing physical activity before the eating window is ideal for those who perform well during exercise on an empty stomach, while during the eating window, physical activity is more suitable for those who do not like to exercise on an empty stomach and also want to take advantage of post-workout nutrition. The practice of physical activity after the eating window is usually for people who like to exercise after eating, but who do not have the opportunity to do it during the feeding window.

What the scientific evidence shows is that, to optimize performance and recovery, physical activity during the eating window is the best option.

If you want to practice physical activity on an empty stomach, you should gradually increase the intensity and make sure you are properly hydrated.

Yes, the physical activity and movement component is a complement to the healthy fasting and positive food.

If you want to optimize the results of the program, we recommend that you carry out all the components of the program.

You can, as long as you can combine that routine with all the other components of the “Stargut Wellness Program”.
If you do not present any of the risk conditions to enter the program, you do not need medical supervision to perform the proposed physical activity.

Yes, the physical activity and movement component is a complement to the healthy fasting and positive food.

If for any reason you are unable to complete this component, the “Stargut Wellness Program” continues to offer numerous benefits.