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Fermented Foods

Eating a Mediterranean-style diet protects your liver

If you want a healthy liver and gut, an article on EurekAlert! recommended taking up a Mediterranean-style diet.

3 Ways Fermented Foods Improve Your Gut Health

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Although fermented foods have been a part of many cultures for thousands of years, a renewed interest is bringing them into the limelight once again.

Eat more cultured and fermented foods if you want to be smart, slim and healthy

By Wright: (NaturalNews) It's not difficult to get into a rut with food. As we rush about in our busy lives, many times nutrition takes a backseat to more pressing concerns. The regrettable cost of this shortcut? Expanding waistlines, dulled thinking and floundering immune systems. Fortunately, it doesn't have to be this way. By including a few probiotic-rich foods in our daily routine, we can greatly improve mental and physical well-being -- all without unpleasant fad diets.

Amazing homesteading ideas to help you become more self-sufficient


Self-sufficiency has gone mainstream, which means that more and more people, including many urban dwellers, are looking for easy and effective ways to produce food and care for their families without having to rely on the system for sustenance. Since knowing where to start with all this is half the battle, here are some amazing homesteading ideas to get you and your family on track to becoming more autonomous in an increasingly centralized and unstable world:

Studies show many health benefits from eating fermented foods


Although the human body is made up of 10 times as many bacteria as human cells, mainstream medicine and an unsuspecting public continue to kill off the bacteria that make up their body indiscriminately through the use of antibiotics and antibacterial products. Meanwhile, studies show that many of the health issues being faced by our modern society are being created by damage caused to our internal flora. At the same time other studies along with human experience are showing the health benefits that come from undoing that damage through the consumption of fermented foods.

Fermented foods heal the gut and boost immunity


The popularity of fermented foods is on the rise. And why not, these ‘cultured foods’ are not only delicious but a highly-effective way to heal the gut. And, let’s not forget, a healthy gut equals a strong immune system – which primarily resides in the digestive system.