fermented food

In the world of food, things are getting the shift back in time. An old form of preserving foods — fermentation — is getting a new swing. By eating fermented foods you are adding good bacteria and enzymes to your intestinal flora, thus improving the health of your digestive system and gut microbiome. The number of good bacteria increases during the process of fermentation.

Fermentation is a process that turns sugars into alcohol. A lot of people are making their own jars of sauerkraut, kombucha tea, kimchi, yogurt, kefir, some types of cheese, and many other fermented goodies.

Fermented foods are rich in probiotics that can be very beneficial for gut health. Good bacteria are proven to work if you need to lose weight, improve digestion, boost immunity, and many other things. Although drinking alcohol is bad for your health, eating fermented foods can help you consume fewer sugars and fewer calories in general.

  1. February 5, 2019

    Eating foods rich in probiotics—or good bacteria—is indeed a way to boost up your gut health. Fermented goods such as yogurt or kimchi, are rich in probiotic bacteria. Add fermented foods to our diet if you want a healthy gut, thanks or sharing!

  2. February 10, 2019

    Fermented foods are rich in probiotic bacteria so by consuming fermented foods you are adding beneficial bacteria and enzymes to your overall intestinal flora, increasing the health of your gut microbiome and digestive system and enhancing the immune system. So, you should definitely add fermented foods, like yogurt, kimchi, sauerkraut, kefir and kombucha to your diet to stay healthy.

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