fermented vegetables 2 jars

The trillions of microbes living in our bodies, our microbiome, have been making headlines lately—and for good reasons. These good bacteria—particularly those in our gut—may improve digestion, boost immunity and—according to some preliminary studies—they may even help us lose weight. There is plenty you can do now to encourage their growth. The most effective way is by eating foods packed with probiotics—good bacteria that live in your gut and show up in fermented foods. Almost any vegetable can be fermented, and fermenting farm-fresh produce is a great way to provide good nutrition year-round. Ferment one vegetable alone or create mix of many different kinds, along with herbs and spices, for a great variety of cultured foods.

Dr. Nina Walsh discusses the benefits of fermentation, the cultural traditions behind fermentation, and what you need to get started fermenting foods yourself.  Click the play button below to listen to the interview with Dr. Nina Walsh from Flow Natural Medicine and Acupuncture.

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