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Fermented foods and probiotics for health part two
Fermented foods and probiotics for health part twoMost common fermented products include:RejuvelacRejuvelac is a nutritious and energizing fermented tonic made from sproutedgrains. Rejuvelac contains B vitamins and the vitamins E and K.Ingredients4 cups of any whole grain – wheat, rye, buckwheat, speltSauerkrautThe sauerkraut you buy in jars is heat treated, so the only way to gain the fullbenefit is by making your own. Luckily it is very easy to do and has a long shelflife. Sauerkraut also is a good source of vitamins A and C.Ingredients1 large cabbage with the outer leaves (you’ll need around 2kg of cabbage)3tbsp Celtic sea or Himalayan saltCashew YoghurtThis is a vegan alternative to dairy yogurt that is super easy to make. A naturalbacteria on the outside of the cashew nut causes this yoghurt to ferment.IngredientsRaw cashews (this means regular untoasted, not the truly raw variety. All cashewswe buy are extracted with heat to get them out of the pods and to neutralizetoxins)KefirKefir is a fermented drink made from grains. It can be made with water but ismost commonly made on milk, resulting in a healthful probiotic drink that is highin lactobacillus and other bacteria. Kefir grains can be bought online and is sharedbetween culture enthusiasts. See the references below for sources.TIPS
You can use the kefir grains to ferment non dairy liquids, such as coconut milk,juice, water and honey, nut milk or rice milk. Simply rinse the grains and put themin water for a few hours to remove the dairy. The process is the same asdescribed above so experiment with it! Kefir juice makes a great effervescentdrink that is high in probiotics.There are of course dozens of other things that you could ferment easily at home.For further reading we recommend Wild Fermentation by Sandor Ellix Katz.Foods that will reduce your good bacteriaSo now that you are all set to build your army of probiotic helpers, it makes senseto cut back on those things that might kill them off in your gut. Things that causedysbiosis and are unfavourable to your good bacteria include soft drinks, cordial,sugar, alcohol, potato, white bread and a low intake of fresh fruit, vegetables andwhole grains.For more information on fermented products or natural probiotics, contact yourlocal naturopath, massage Brisbane or chiropractor Brisbane professional. http://brisbanenaturalhealth.com.au/