Fermented foods can be a valuable addition to your diet, and they are particularly significant because of the unique health benefits that they offer.
Probiotics, Fermented Food and Gut Health
Our gut contains a wide range of healthy bacteria and these bacteria play a direct and indirect role in our health. A growing amount of research is showing the critical importance of cultivating good gut health.
The posts in this category focus on the science behind this concept, along with practical ways that you can promote positive gut health overall.
If you want to lose weight, making good diet decisions is critical. Kefir is one choice that is very relevant to weight loss and great for health as well.
Pickling and fermenting are both fantastic ways to preserve food. But, there are some key differences between them. Which approach should you focus on for your health?
When it comes to improving health, gut health is often overlooked. Yet, it’s clear that probiotics are powerful ways to promote health and well-being. For that matter, they are even significant in reducing disease risk and potentially treating some conditions (like depression).
Sourdough bread is a great alternative to regular bread that offers considerable health benefits – and taste advantages as well. In fact, once you’ve tried sourdough, you won’t want to go back to other types of bread.