7 Fermented Foods to Boost Digestion and Health
You have probably heard about fermented foods, right?
Right here, on our channel, we have already talked about 3 or 4 of the foods we will talk about on today’s video.
If you want to learn more about each one of them, just click on the suggested video!
Fermented foods are part of our diet, even when we don’t even notice them, as is the case with bread, wine, beer, yogurt, sheep or goat cheese and apple vinegar.
Fermenting foods is an old process done by different cultures as a mean to preserve foods and improve general health.
And it is not for nothing that they are in vogue in the culinary world nowadays!
These foods have many benefits, such as:
Regulates and balances gut flora;
Improves intestine functioning;
Aids in vitamin and nutrient absorption;
Strengthens the immune system;
Acts against infectious agents and
Helps in antibody production.
The natural process of fermentation uses microorganisms, like beneficial bacteria, mold or yeasts to degrade proteins and sugars, changing the taste and texture of foods.
However, some fermented foods that are considered different to us have become more popular in the last few years.
Do you want to know what these fermented foods with probiotics are?
These foods are amazing, aren’t they? Which ones did you already know and eat?
Fermented foods also work as a detox since they stimulate the elimination of toxins and heavy metals.
They can also improve your mood, as they stimulate serotonin production.
Soon we will teach you how to make these amazing foods at home. Stay tuned!
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