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Updated: Oct 4, 2023

With a continued focus on healthy, fermented, and bioavailable foods, here are the best things to add to your diet (or continue using). Mix and match these gut-healthy foods for optimal benefits.

Kombucha: This slightly fizzy fermented tea is a good have before all your meals. We have it before our coffee in the morning to balance our gut before adding acidity. Kombucha aids joint care, your immune system, is rich in antioxidants, improves digestion, adds healthy bacteria, and has been linked to weight loss. Follow the link to learn mots more about all the benefits of kombucha. Learn More about Kombucha

Sauerkraut: Sauerkraut is an abundant source of probiotics: one tablespoon of sauerkraut is the daily serving for diets lacking pre/probiotics. Bacteria gained from wild fermentation is much more bioavailable than synthetic bacteria-much of the supplement market probiotiocs are untested and do not get absorbed in our bodies. Sauerkraut is a great addition to salads, sandwiches, soups, and as a side. Sauerkraut is super palatable, doesn't change the flavor profile of your food, and comes in many flavors.

Kimchi: A traditional Korean dish made with salted, fermented vegetables. Ours is made from salted napa cabbage and spices. Because it’s a fermented food, it boasts numerous probiotics. These healthy microorganisms may give kimchi several health benefits. It may help regulate your immune system, promote weight loss, fight inflammation, and even slow the aging process.

Bone Broth: Bone Broth contains amino acids like glycine and glutamine that aid in digestion and supports the immune system. The longer the cooking time, the more minerals are pulled out of the bones. Our Homemade beef and chicken bone broths are simmered for a minimum of 24 hours. Collagen production slowly reduces as we age-but adding to collagen can improve overall health, muscle recovery, and immune system.

Wild Fermented Sodas: ginger and turmeric are filled with anti-inflammatory properties that help both the immune and digestive systems. Ginger helps reduce weight, lower cholesterol levels, improve brain function, solve indigestion issues, and manage period pains. Turmeric helps maintain heart health, decrease symptoms of depression, lower blood sugar levels, improve skin health, and prevent eye diseases.

Tiny bacteria in your intestine have full-body effects. A less diverse gut microbiota is associated with many chronic disease, such as obesity, asthma and chronic inflammatory conditions such as IBS. Eating fermented foods help restore your gut bacteria to normal. Be sure to eat a diet high in fiber and plant-based foods, which gut microbes flourish on.

Tip : Focus on Digestion

You can’t digest food alone 1. Good bacteria help break down complex carbohydrates that you eat. This fermenting and metabolizing process results in other substances that are beneficial to your body, too. Fermentation process works other forms of magic on foods, changing them and adding nutrients. For example, by eating fermented vegetables, vegetarians can get vitamin B12, which otherwise isn't present in plant foods.

Tip 02: Add bacteria

Good bacteria fight the bad

Good bacteria create acidic fermentation byproducts that lower your intestine’s pH, decreasing the chance that bad bacteria can survive. They also compete for food supply (meaning they take up space in the intestinal lining instead of bad bacteria).

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