Probiotics and Fermented Foods


You have probably heard the term "probiotics" buzzing around the health food industry. Probiotics are most commonly associated with yogurt and kefir, but did you know fermented vegetables have probiotics too?

Homemade sauerkraut will give you more probiotics and better probiotic diversity than supplement pills or yogurt. 

If you're eager to ingest more probiotic-rich foods, lacto-fermented vegetables are a great natural and dairy-free option. Probiotics are a live bacteria that are extremely good for your stomach and will help keep you regular and boost immunity. Ingesting fermented foods will help restore balance to the biodiversity of your gut bacteria and relieve many stomach ailments. 

Learn more about the probiotic-power in fermented foods and why they’re better than supplements in the below video with Sandor Katz, fermentation expert and author.





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