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Fermented Foods: How They Can Benefit Your Health

What are Fermented Foods?

Fermented foods might be something that sound a lot more unappealing than they actually are. Fermented foods are any edibles or beverages that have undergone the fermentation process. Many foods are fermented with sugars, yeast or bacteria cultures. When you think of fermented foods, what are the first things that you think of? Yogurt or sour cream? Many people first turn to what they are familiar with when it comes to fermented foods. However, there are so many different types of fermented foods out there that you may have not even thought about before. Fermented foods can include items such as: kombucha, pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi, kefir, tempeh, miso and so many more. Do a lot of these names of foods start to ring a bell to you? Fermented foods aren't always as exotic as they sound, and are often found in a lot of the foods that we eat everyday. Fermented foods are a lot more than just something to eat, they do a lot to improve digestion, the immune system, and harbor a number of other health benefits.


How They Help Digestion

Fermented foods serve many more purposes than just being food that we like to eat. Fermented foods have been proven to help improve digestion, balance the gut and immune system, and offer a number of other health benefits to those who eat fermented foods. Fermented foods are so beneficial because they often contain a variety of helpful bacterias that help fight off a lot of the bad bacteria in our guts or in our body. Did you know that the majority of your immune system lives in the gut? Yep, that's right! So, if you're not taking care of your gut the right way, other parts of your health could be suffering as a result. By eating fermented foods, it helps balance the bacteria in your gut to improve digestion and function. With improved digestion and function, you might notice that you start to feel better in a lot of different ways. Simply adding fermented foods more regularly in your diet can help improve your health. By taking it a step further and adding a probiotic into your diet, you're on your way to a clean gut and feeling better.


Fermented Foods at Home

Fermented foods can easily be found in a number of different grocery stores, but did you know that you can also ferment your own food at home? Fermented foods can be easy to make as long as you have all of the right ingredients and a little bit of patience! Fermented foods take a while to actually ferment, so you want to be sure you're not in a rush. To find out recipes and how to make your own fermented food at home, head over to our recipes page of our website for ideas! You can even incorporate our PRO EM 1 probiotic into a variety of fermented food recipes for an even easier approach. Think about giving fermented foods a try!



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